Chateau de Sanse
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... as you got a laser gun that you had to shoot targets with and you got points for what you hit. Emma won and Opa lost. We then went on the Star Wars star tour. Oma and Opa sat this one out. It was a simulator that shook you in your seat and by using the big screen made you feel like you were actually in a space ship that was about to crash. It was then off to Frontierland but on the way we came across the main parade of all the Disney characters ...
... they were all dressed in Halloween theme. There were many
different floats, many different characters and dancers and they would
give you high fives on the street. We ate some lunch, we packed a yummy
picnic. After that my uncle, my brother and I went on the rides first we
went on the haunted house ride, the log ride then the giant fall, the
space ship ride and then we went on the loopy loop. My little sister and
... queued up for Auditopia, a track where kids can drive. Then we went on the lacklustre Jules Verne "ride" which is not a ride, but more of a walk through. At that point it seemed like the Disney parade word start soon, so we grabbed our spot on the boulevard. After 20 minutes it became obvious that the parade was not starting, so Brad went to get Fast Passes for Thunder Mountain while Evan and I held our spots. The parade was short, but we saw ...
... 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 ...
... the other's language. Gustave Eiffel wanted to make the entrance grand, spectacular and a work of art everyone would remember. If you have been to the tower you can imagine how futuristic the architecture must have been. People must have been awestruck by the creativity and design of the newly famous tower. Dedicated and passionate, Mr Eiffel spent hours working on the design for the tower. He used 5, 500 pages for blueprints, employed 300 workers and used 18 038 parts ...