Chateau de Sanse
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What a wonderful morning. We were able to sleep in until 7:45 AM to report to breakfast at 8:15 AM! It was so nice! We had another French breakfast that consists of croissants, cereal, ham, and cheese. Then we boarded the coach for a day at Disneyland Paris. Everyone enjoyed the day! We went to Earl of Sandwich for lunch. We had a choice of ...
... knows how to entertain you and keep you in a line for an attraction for hours. Disney Dreams is a show they project image off the castle using lasers and water jets and its fantastic. We're going to attempt to see it again tonight, only if we manage to pack our bags in time ;) Our excess baggage crisis was adverted after purchasing two prepaid shipping boxes from the local post office. We did have ...
... Greg and I got more lost in the Alice in Wonderland maze, as the kids raced off before us.
Highlights for me was watching the boys nerves at the start of a ride, change to extreme excitement and hell yeahs after.
Watching my little girl's face change to pure joy as she saw her movie idols Elsa and Anna in the flesh, as Let it Go was playing across the park.
The finale was ...
This morning our first stop was Sacre Coeur Basilica and Mont Martre. The basilica was beautiful! We were able to do some shopping and I even got to try a crepe. My crepe had Nutella and banana in it. Our next activity was a 2 hour bus tour around Paris. We stopped at the opera house, the Arch de Triumph the ...
... not exaggerating) we spent some time enjoying the architecture and atmosphere of the plaza. Dinner went smoothly, and with full bellies we settled in for an hourlong cruise of La Seine. The nighttime glimpse into Paris only adds to my praise of the beauty here. Again, I went briefly because it's been a long day, I need some sleep, and we'll be waking up at 3:30 tomorrow morning to catch a train to Milan. Four hours left until it's, "Au Revoir Paris!" (:/) But it's, "Bongiorno ...