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... couple with there show of strength and power balance wish I could show you photos but worst luck not allowed a bloke next to us tried and they were onto him in a flash. Three acrobats their skills and perfect timing must take years of practice But for my money the girl that dived into the pool of water full of snakes swam around getting tangled up with them wow I know they were only pythons but big ones and a lot of them All in all a great nigh was had by all ...
Train trip good had good seats in upper deck, arrived Paris 6pm. Taxi to hotel 30 min from station. Quick unpack then out for tea and quick look around, that took us till 12 30 we found Molulin Rouge. There is the all over France Music Festival the place is pumping Regga Jazz we went in a bar for a drink and there was a great female singer singing blues come jazz Edith Pief sort of voice, great guitarist accompany her we stayed and listened for hr or so. Home now Sacre-Caeur ...
... The last port of call in the studios was Stitch live, this was an interactive show and was very funny! By this point the studios was near closing time so we headed into the Disney village and went for some delicious dinner at king Ludwigs castle. Followed by a spot of browsing in the shops. We then decided to head into the main Disney park to explore. We were both awed at sleeping beauty's castle. We then headed to frontier land! The first stop had to be the big ...
... almost like it's breathing! It is so beautiful!
In addition I saw Victor Hugo's House, well one of his many houses! It was so amazing to see paintings of him, his parents, family, photographs, the desk where he wrote Les Miserables!! I could have camped out there! Just astounding. And oddly enough, his portrait look like Liam Neesan who played Jean Val-Jean in what I consider one of the better or maybe the best movie version of the ...
... men in earnest conversation and negotiations with a vintage post card seller. They were looking for Polish post cards. These were serious collectors all around and they were enjoying the exchange. Another scene was an old French man in a wool coat bending over a bin of buttons, holding a button in his left hand and lifting buttons from the bin with his right hand and peering close to them to see if they were a match.
Another cold grey in Paris and ...
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