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... Japanese man asked us for help (error!) and caused us to miss the train by seconds. Luckily they run every 15 minutes.
Shockingly enough (despite booking a hotel there) getting off at Villepinte was an error....its just a big carpark. So back on the train we went to Parc des Expositions. We found nearly every exit to the station closed and when we got on the street it was a ghost town of large avenues and corporate offices. We knew our hotel ...
... Discoveryland to book a fast pass into Buzz Lightyear's Lazer Blast. The system of fast passes I will let Dad explain: (This system allow you to scan the bar code on your entry ticket. The machine prints out a small tag with a time span maybe 30 to 90 minutes later on from when you scan. Then you return to the ride within this time span and can join a much shorter queue to get into the ride. It works well when you plan ahead) After we had booked the ...
... more stairs again ! I don't think I need to worry about getting enough exercise with all this walking and stairs.
It was another amazing view from the top and a big achievement for Matilda to make it to the top with her fear of heights.
Our next mission was to hit the main shopping street of Paris, I was on a mission to find some flat shoes as I only brought heels for going out but Lucy told us there is a lot of walking and cobble stones we have to walk to get to our ...
... so he can complete the work. It doesn’t really feel like we’ve moved in, and my dutiful wife will have to deal with that for a week before leaving to meet me in France. She quipped to me that I always do that to her when we move in a new house: have the movers fill the house with boxes and then I leave for Africa or somewhere and she does the lion’s share of the unpacking and organizing. She said it as a joke, but it’s actually pretty true, though not ...
... we found an information booth with an English speaking person and they pointed us in the direction of the train that would get us to the Louvre.
After about 10 stops we reached the conveniently named Louvre station. Dee, our tour guide, had given us a tip that we could avoid the largest line if we enter the museum through the Metro and it seemed to have worked. We picked up our tickets to enter ...