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... and less spectacle, although it is
definitely worth a visit.
The atmosphere when you walk down the street of Disney village is just
amazing it puts you in the mood, there are lots of shops and
restaurants, sports bar was nice too. As expected two big shops in which to buy all things disney, usual
prices to be had. Disney popular Mickey cafe is also here and the cowboy
... we leave. Head back to the room, have a swim then head to dinner about 9. Loads of Spanish here, they start arriving about 10 to eat. It's buffet, and as far as buffets go it's not bad. We tell the kids 'fill your boots, have whatever you want'. There's a chocolate fountain! There's your fried stuff, but some great fresh food. We all start with melon & jambon, bit more like what we've come accustomed to. Bed late, all our bellies ...
... that so we decided to have a dessert crepe for dinner (I am definitely getting used to French cuisine!!) then went to Musee National de la Marine which has a big marble courtyard with a fantastic view of the Eiffel Tower in the background. We ran back to our bus after that and I had to sadly say goodbye to Paris. It was a great first time in the city that I've always dreamed about and I know that it won't be my last!
... Mountain, and Peter Pan's Flight, not to mention It's A Small World. After going to Disneyland Paris, I walked the 2 minute walk over to Walt Disney Studios, the sister park to Hollywood Studios in Orlando, FL. It has many of the same attractions, with a few minor adjustments. I rode on Rock'n'Roller coaster, and it was really cool! They had a ton of other rides too (Tower of Terror and Backlot Tour) which are almost identical to the Disney World ...
... event (see http://parentingaces.com/getting-to-kno w-longines-future-tennis-ace-adam-neff- of-bradenton-fla/ for more info), but it was raining pretty hard, so the event was moved indoors to a facility about an hour away. After taking a few pictures, we walked toward Le Marais and ate lunch at Falafel As which I had been reading about on TripAdvisor since planning our last trip to Paris. It was ...