After a very long flight to Paris and a three hour train ride to Limoges, we met Christine, who welcomed us to Limoges and showed us around the town. She took us to our apartment and to the grocery store to get necessities for our stay in Limoges. We were all pretty tired after that, so we called it a night.
The next morning, we went to her Business English class to talk to the students about what our classes were like in the States as well as hobbies, etc. One of her students was very nice and asked us to come out to dinner and maybe get some drinks in the town center that evening which we happily said yes to. So that evening she picked us up and we went to the Bureau to eat dinner and then to a bar/cafe called 35 where her friend met up with us. He also spoke English fairly well. We had some trouble communicating, but we had two English-French dictionaries and an electronic translater to help us throughout the night.
Saturday, we went back to Carrefour, the grocery store to pick up a few more things we needed that we hadn't thought about before. We also had to buy a European hair straightener, as my straightener blew my converter the first morning I used it. (I had to go on the French eBay site to buy a new one and have it shipped here.:() Then we rode the buses around town so we could practice getting to and from work for Monday. We also made tacos when we got home.....pretty close to the real stuff considering we didn't have everything here as in the states to work with.