Chateau de Sanse
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... subway ride through Paris, and another long train ride out of Paris to Versailles. All this occurring at morning rush hour times…duh! The first train was not bad, as we got on at its first stop. The subway was crazy…Cyndy, Ray and the boys packed themselves onto the subway car, but Cathy and I were unable to squeeze in, so we shouted "We’ll catch the next one" as the doors closed and our last view was of their ...
... on to Versailles. This was an amazing experience. The palace is breathtaking, and the gardens so expansive it took a full ten minutes to run from the far end back to the meeting place. (we tried to see way too much and ended up on the opposite side of the estate with seven minutes left in our free time) After hacky sacking in a circle (including OB) while waiting for the bus, we went on to see Notre Dame. We weren't able to see inside the cathedral because of the hours-long ...
... no idea whether you were upside down or left or right or - well you get the picture. After that it was a choice: Star Wars ride or ride the Space Mountain again?! We picked StarWars ride. After an extremely long wait - like exhaustingly tiring- we went into a theatre that was more like a stimulator. It was all seats though it was an airport from the future, unfortunately our pilot was a vey bad pilot.. But still the ride ...
... more focus and preparation, arriving at around 11 with the girls having named their must do's for the day (Mia: Thunder Mountain, Fairy Floss and Disney toy ... Audrey: Meet Mickey, Fairy Floss and Disney toy), all of which were achieved by the days end. Mia continued to challenge the perception of being somewhat timid, loving the Thunder Mountain roller coaster and going back for seconds on similar rides from the day before. ...
... own lover, Jasmine; Disney's first minority princess who is ruled by no man, Pocahontas; and finally cross dressing, gender bending, ass kicking Mulan. Quite a long leap from the passive Snow White.
Lastly the 2000 princesses - I think few subjects excite me more. In the 2000s we've seen three princesses and I absolutely love each adaptation and the lengths to which Disney is going to show a new concept of womanhood. Rapunzel is clumsy, somewhat rude, and a little brash. ...