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... we would try the next day. We had another great day but the kids were getting tired. That night, Jenny and Volker took the kids out to dinner and the four of us (Dave, Karen, Phil and I) went out to dinner. We had a pre-dinner drink at the hotel bar, where I had a cocktail with a blue cube that glowed (not sure why, but sounded good at the time). We found a pub but struggled with the food. Disney seem to mass produce the food and it is the same in all ...
... t impressed with Paris Cityvision! Other people were also waiting who went to the train when we did, I have put in a complaint!
Anyway we didn't let it ruin the day and the kids were tired but enjoyed Disneyland.
The he weather was a little cooler today. I think it was about 18-19 degrees as it was cloudy and a cool wind.
Off to Amsterdam by train ...
... her about her Vernon coat-of-arms bumper sticker . . . We returned to Paris and walked to a "gourmand" section of town where fine food shops, kitchen design studios, appliance specialty shops and restaurants are all clustered for many blocks. We managed to stuff ourselves again and topped it off with another helping of gelato. Becca's corner ( the best thing we ate today): Can't pick just one. The dinner steak, the Vernon baguette, or perhaps the chocolate eclair . . ...
... only to discover that on Certain days our Museum pass does not cover the Gardens. So we go in search of Marie Antionette's Gardens, but soon discover that these are too distant. On returning to the Palace queues we are blown away. People are absolutely everywhere! It is 15 August, the day to commemorate the Assumption of Christ, and un beknown to us a Public Holiday! It seems half of Paris is here, along with tourists from around ...
After over cooked Crepes with bitter chocolate sauce, ham & cheese on toast for Grant at a French cafe recommended by the hotel we head for the train station. Looks are deceiving the street stores have the best & cheapest Crepes & there are plenty of parks & pretty outdoor areas to eat to avoid expensive Paris prices. I have eaten Crepes everyday in Paris. I could live on them ..yum! We have decided to get out of Paris & head to the Palace at Versailles, about a 30 ...