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... offers to carry our bags. They really target the tourists so I made double sure that there wasn't any zips open and Doug didn't have his phone or wallet in his pocket. Our first challenge was getting through the ticket gate. I went first and the gate slammed shut trapping my suitcase partway through. I was stuck fast and no way could I move my bag!!! Another man was in the same situation and was calling for help. Doug and a man managed to prize the gates ...
... all about really flying into space, though she didn't buy it, she was convinced Chewy was going to come sit next to us on the ride, just like on the instructional video. Gab did some more shopping while the kids and I did the tea cups before heading back to Walt Disney Studios to use that Fastpass.
Straight on to Ratatouille this time, Champagne cork is the best bit, though Max thought running under the AGA was pretty hot, boom boom. Best bit about being here ...
... in the streets and lots of colours, despite the rain. We had missed the big part of the parade in Bastille place which was lucky traffic wise!
We had a lovely dinner at one of their favourite restaurants nearby, tried some local dishes like Bone Marrow, Rillette & Tartare de Beouff. For desert, that I couldn't fit in, I close a lovely panacotta with berry sauce.Too much food!
Today, Sunday, we started quietly... I wasn't feeling too flash after too ...
... You should see the cyclists, they seemed to keep up with the traffic too,
on the cycle paths. And for a small fee, you could hire one of the bikes at the roadside and ride
all over Paris on them.
And everyone speaks French.
We took the Metro back to our dear apartment, in the
Chinese quarter and sank down to have a well-earned rest.
Oh…………and the TV still doesn’t work.
... of the Metro station to huge gusts of wind and the coldest weather we would surely endure on our trip. The Arc is surrounded by a giant rotary (or roundabout depending on where you're from), with at least eight roads coming off of it. Maria's goal was to take enough pictures, from enough angles, to create a full 3D model of the Arc at home. OK, a little hyperbole there, but we did take about a hundred pictures here, crossing the roads multiple times to get quite a few ...