B&B Roissy Charles de Gaulle
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We had done some research and knew we were supposed to take the Roissy bus and get off at Opera. After we had picked up our luggage we went down to find the Roissy bus and get our ticket. Had trouble with the ticket machine but Robert was able to get it to work and we went and waited for the bus to arrive.
Got on the bus and found a place to put our luggage and settled back to enjoy the ride. It ...
... at Disney Studios. We went to one show which featured Martin Short immersed in classic movie scenes from the Titanic, Gone with the Wind, to name a few. It was cute and something different for us. Next we headed to the backlot tour, which is a very scaled back version of the one from Hollywood Studios in Orlando. We then went over to the shops at Disney Village and sought out our purchases. Once we picked out what we wanted, we made a mental note to get them before leaving to save ...
... t eat all my corn flakes yesterday they replaced them with bran flakes. Bloody hell, this was getting a bit weird. I tried to ask cranky pants if corn flakes could be made available tomorrow by he just waved his hand in my direction and walked off. I think he was being dismissive or sending some sort of insult in my direction. I said to MDW " he is being a real pr#ck!." After drinking our warm tea and coffee we handed our key to reception (something you do if leaving the hotel) . I ...
... from the toilet, and were perfect till an endless stream of French 12 year olds occupied the other seats. During the trip I finished my game of thrones book, ate two little packets of Pringles and got mushroom risotto and a kitkat for my dinner. We arrived at Paris Gare du Nord on schedule and caught two different metro lines to Belleville station. The area is really nice and fairly cheap but there are a few shady ...
... Deco buildings in the 16th which was very interesting. Back home on the metro for a little rest and a cup of tea before drinkies time. Campari and fresh orange juice from the fabulous epicerie just around the corner. They have a great system where you squeeze your own or age juice I to little jars which are lined up on legs on the wall. We couldn't get in to another local restaurant called Les Canailles ...