Campanile Paris Bobigny
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... the biggest and best.
Exploring the four areas of Disneyland with the beautiful castle in the middle as the centrepiece, was magical.
We had worked out the fastpass system yesterday and mastered it today.
We were able to go on all the big thrill rides early and Zara was brave enough to conquer the Big Thunder Mountain rollercoaster too.
We ended up on that ride numerous times.
... surrounding the altar depicting Christ's life are amazing. It is an experience we take in by walking around the Cathedral and then sit, marvel, pray and then wish our children were here to experience this moment with us. Very moving. We look for a restaurant for that special Paris meal together tonight. Chateau- briand is desired but it is up to TD. TD is shopping tomorrow, I am free to do what I want tomorrow. I am ...
... days we travelled the four corners of the inner city hopping on and off the bus and riverboat getting a good feel for where everything was and what we wanted to do.
Travellers who have been to Paris will know the sights and sounds that contribute to the atmosphere not to mention the traffic!!!
When looking for a toilet stop, not so easy to find, we ended up in a department store, Lafaette, we think, hugely opulent and massive and worthy of a stop in its ...
... Then back to the unit, still not there so we had a sleep at the front door. Pete and I then went to the arc de triumph service which was scheduled for 18:30, Isobel also went to the. Service a couple of months prior so it was good for Pete to also be there. It's amazing to see that they do it everyday. We then returned back to the unit, Chuck went and got pizza , easy night albeit another late one. Great night to reflect on the trip. Time for ...
... tackle the Louvre, so I'll need to take a whole day for that intrepid journey.
The opera house was a stunningly beautiful building from the front, and this continued around the side to the entranceway. After paying for a look around and walking into the theatre the first wow sight was the most amazing set of double multicoloured marble staircases leading up to the foyers of the auditorium. They were so wide and lavish that it was impossible to find a vantage point to take a ...