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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... missed that part except me. The ride is a little better but Orlando probably wins overall. We hung out in that park for a few hours. It's a small park and a few rides but it seems to be the European speed with lots of areas to hang out and take a break. They had a Crush roller coaster which was pretty cool. The idea is you're riding the East Australian current so you're spinning around and going up and down. The best ride was ...
... Palais, Petite Palais, and multiple tiny streets that were worse than any maze I've ever been in. Eventually we do find a place to eat around 3 before hopping back on the metro and making our way back to Montmartre district and to our hostel. With a quick 10 minute breather to get organized and change shoes we are back out on the streets, this time staying I the Montmartre district. The streets through this artsy neighbourhood were ...
... a large church on the right that I had never seen before. Of course it was the wrong way. We walked about eight blocks to the end before turning around. As it turned out, it was less than two blocks to the right. We picked up some tubs of salted caramel to take home, then had lunch (at 4.15pm) at Tennessee Cafe, where Mum and I watched the French Open final last year after leaving the market. We headed in the general direction of Luxembourg ...
... It wasn't long before we headed out the door to explore the hotel then downtown Disney. I was pleased to finally find Elsa for Gillian as she had most elusive since Hong Kong. We decided to stop for dinner at Cafe Mickey and use our free dining. We were one of the first in so got 3 characters straight away. We still had time for the fireworks so headed into the park. I was instantly struck how different this park is, so beautiful and so much to look at unfortunately it ...
... names on a padlock and locks it onto one of the bridges. They then throw the key into the Seine River as a symbol of their undying love. There are two bridges in Paris with the locks. You must be very careful which bridge you put your lock on because Pont des Arts is for your committed love, while Pont de l'Archevêché is for your lover.” We move onto the Louvre. We are getting better on our French history. Gained a wealth of knowledge out at Versailles. ...