Relais Akena Garges Le Bourge
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We continue our climb to the 2nd floor viewing deck, where we are beginning to see less and less of Paris. But it's also getting dark - which means as we are riding the elevator up to the top level, the lights come on and all off a sudden, a once dark and foggy tower is now glowing as though it were the sun itself. Funnily, the fog holds in all the light at the top of the tower, so we feel ...
... for everyone, but we just HAD to walk around to the Eiffel Tower. Actually the tower is only 200 metres from our apartment. It feels like it is IN our lounge room :) We were almost accosted by the vendors trying to sell us miniature souvenirs of the tower, but decided that as it was quite cold, we would rather return during the day to take the tour. All systems go for tomorrow on the 'hop on hop off' bus ...
Today we woke up and got ready for Disneyland. We had to get ready quickly because we needed too catch the metro and it was a long way. We arrived at the station and we exited. We all got water for Disneyland and made our way to the entrance. It was split into two parts Walt Disney Studios and Disneyland Park. First we went to the studios because it closed earlier. The first ride we went on was The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, this was my first ever drop ride. Mum didn't go on ...
... term parking area to fetch the bike, a squall of rain come through and was quickly saturating me as I walked. I got to the bike, quickly pulled the bike cover back and fetched my bike pants and jacket, re-covered the bike and walked back to the ferry terminal - getting ever wetter on the way. In the ferry terminal I geared up, and chatted to a Jewish family for a bit that had planned on renting a car once they got to Calais - only to discover that the car rental shops were all ...
... figure out where all of our poles were supposed to go.
When the tents had been set up, Wiggles cooked us dinner and we got ready for our first night out - Cabaret! We put on our best clothes and Christian drove us into Paris where we were able to grab a few drinks outside the Moulin Rouge and practise our French.
We made our way to the Cabaret venue and were seated in front of a sequined stage, starry roof, and ...