Campanile Creil Villers Saint Paul
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... anticipation etc.. It's just me....I don't believe it until it's started.
On the platform at Poitiers we look at each other and say "Here we go again". The third January in a row off to distant corners. The TGV is warm, quiet, bright and comfortable, like an airplane. In the dusk outside the world streaks past with no sound or vibration. Time to chill and read. Glad that we are travelling up this evening to avoid ...
Caught the Paris Cityvision tour bus from Paris at 8.30am and arrived at Disneyland about 9.15am for about a 9.45 opening.
Had a great day, kids had lots of fun. It was pretty quiet at the park, hardly queued for anything.
Was supposed to return to Paris on a 7.00pm Paris Cityvision bus but we waited until 8.00 pm and the bus didn't arrive so we caught the train ...
... the line was really long. The storyline was cool but I didn't like the drop, it was like my heart was coming out my mouth. After we met up with Mum again and Eleni and Dad went on Rock n Roller Coaster starting Aerosmith. Mum and I just sat around and they came out fairly quickly. While we walked to the next ride we saw a live show going on so we went and had a look. MUM SPOTTED PIGLET AND HE CAME AROUND AND WE GOT LOTS OF PHOTOS AND I GAVE HIM A HUG AND KISS. I was so so ...
... Tomorrow my plan is to ride to and camp at Foret Domaniale de la Coubre le Tremblade, which is on the west coast of France about half way to San Sebastian, where I've scouted out a few potential locations. According to Google it will take just over 5 hours with tolls, or the Sverre way of just over 7 hours without toll roads. I figure I'll head off nice and early so that I have plenty of time to find a campsite and check it's sufficiently private - and fingers crossed not too many ...
... for a bit and then decided to go get groceries. Our first stop was Les Pains des Idees, who are famous for their breads. We chose a loaf that was made of walnuts and honey and then a loaf of their pain des amis. We also went to a grocery store to get items like yogurt, juice, and eggs. With our groceries, Brad made us a simple supper of breads, cheese, and a meat selection. Evan went to bed shortly thereafter, but Brad and I tried to stay awake as late as possible. For me, that meant ...