B&B Marne La Vallee Bussy Saint-Georges
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... walk. I suggested the walk... Shani was not so keen. But in the end she made the decision to walk. I rather enjoyed the walk as we followed the Seine river from Notredame back past the Luxembourg gardens (which were closed by then), passing "Love lock" bridge and Pont Neuf, the palace of Invalides and eventually sporting the Eiffel Tower we managed to find our way to a supermarket to get some fruit and water and get back to our hotel. Tomorrow is going to be another big ...
... galette. Evan was very uncertain about the snails, but actually enjoyed them. He was less fond of the terrine. Go figure. We shared two mains: sea bass with risotto and vegetables and gnocchi with a Lyonnaise sauce and crawfish. Both were spectacular, but Evan enjoyed the gnocchi the most. We passed on dessert as it was getting late - the French are in no hurry to eat - and took the metro back home. We were all exhausted from our day and glad to see our ...
After my wonderful night of little sleep, I woke up really late. The only big problem I have with that is I miss breakfast and I love breakfast. I knew I would have to visit my bakery so that was the only positive. There is nothing better than French bakery! After my typical French meal, I went with Charlotte to go see a Liberation of Paris photo exhibit. One thing about Paris is I can always find something to do without expecting it! As we went to the place, ...
... on and threw away the key. Back on the boat feeling quite proud of ourselves that we had found the bridge when a few minutes later the real padlock bridge came along!! Woops. Felt a bit better about getting the wrong bridge when we passed a couple more, so obviously the bridges are getting full so tourists move onto the next one. Off again at the champs élysées and wandered up to the restaurants, found ...
Disneyland here we come
Our last day in Europe held the greatest surprise for the kids – Disneyland Paris. Up at the crack of dawn, we walked to Gare de Lyon station for the train to Marne la Vallee. The kids tried to guess our destination without success and still had no idea where we were when we arrived. Imagine their screams of excitement and delight as we walked out of the station to be greeted by a huge Disneyland ...