Chateau Hotel Savigny
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... that surprised us the most was the Ratatoille ride - very cool, and we didn’t expect to almost have a burning oil tanker roll onto our tram tour. Lucky there was a tidal wave of water pour down to put out the fire.
Also maybe we shouldn't have gone into the Armageddon ride with Zara.
But she did love the Lightning McQueen rally cars and we went on them about 4 times.
The 2nd ...
... This is not a bras shop, but rather, a bar/ restaurant. Reminded me of the time when we lived in France as a kid, and we had a room like this in Paris, with a balcony. I discovered I could spit down on the people below and pull my head back just before they looked up. I was discovered though and got a memorable spanking from dad. The day we arrived we walked around the area. The island of Notre Dame was 5 minutes from our hotel. The last time we were in Paris, ...
... directly from the entrance onto our first ride, Space Mountain of course. The crowds were a little dense through the early afternoon, but had thinned out considerably by early evening, to the point where the kids were able to do 4 or 5 rides in the space of less than half an hour.
We started at Space Mountain and then walked back and forth across the park several times, in what was probably the most inefficient but interesting manner, as we moved ...
The second flight was a lot more crowded. This time round I wasn't sitting next to a fat man.. So it wasn't that uncomfortable. Was feeling quite tired by the time the second flight came hence fell asleep once we got up the plane. The air stewardess were much more professional than the previous.. All smiley and ready to serve until the previous flight.. Friendly but kept chit ...
... in hand. Crisis over, were regathering and went out to explore the maze of alleys that are Venice streets. It was amazing and fascinating. We went back to the trattoria we had visited that afternoon ( which coincidentally was literally nearly viewable from our balcony) and had dinner. We then entered the throng in San Marco square, soaking up the atmosphere as restaurants had bands playing outside. We finally headed back to get some sleep and look forward to a full day ...