Exploring Nantes Before School Starts


Over the past week, I visited my school, the Audencia Nantes School of Management, and attended the program orientation. The new friends I made at the orientation were very nice and took new students like me on the campus tour. We decided to plan another outing over the weekend. Boating in the Nantes River during the Nantes Jazz Festival was an experience more relaxing and interesting. We had to drive the boat very carefully to avoid the other boats, which were in the middle of the tournament. We had so much fun boating, and afterwards we had a picnic in the garden where local foods are sold. Continue reading “Exploring Nantes Before School Starts”

Arriving in Nantes: The Most Livable City In Europe


After a 17 hours flight (with a 2 hour layover in Moscow), I arrived at Paris CDG airport. With two huge and heavy suitcases, I felt hopeless to get them from the baggage claim to the railway station. But to my surprise, a very nice gentleman offered me a helping hand and insisted on guiding me to the train station himself.  Thanks to him, I managed to catch the right train and arrived at Nantes Station safe. My host family brother Bactage picked me up at the station (GARE SNCF), and I finally reached my new home after a 24-hour trip. Continue reading “Arriving in Nantes: The Most Livable City In Europe”

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