Chateau de Grande Romaine
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We are at Disneyland Paris.
There is 2 parks.
The first day we went to Walt Disney Studios. It was so cool.
We went on Crushers coaster. The line up was massive and took about 1and a half hrs.
Also as we were just about to get on and the ride broke down. But we finally got on.
I was a little scared. But ...
... in to see about a possible future visit. There was a big welcome and seats were found downstairs. They put newcomers at large tables and you just mix in. Laurie, as usual, ordered the veal liver while Meg had her favourite duck breast both cooked on the BBQ plate upstairs. Just what we were looking for by way of getting right into the suburb rather than skimming the ...
... me just as much as it had the day before. I went through some different books, particularly enjoying one about the lyrics of the Beatles that I would have bought if it hadn't been ginormous and heavy. Fun fact: Hitler was originally going to be one of the figures on the front of the Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band record cover, before they were persuaded against it at the last minute. We finished our trip upstairs in the children's section, perusing ...
... us close. Then a bus to the castle. Had some confusion about which bus but ultimately found the right one to take us through town to the Chateau. Beautiful castle, especially the enormous gardens. Snack at the garden tea room. Found our way back to the train for the trip back to Paris. Then a quick stop to change and to dinner at Le bistrot Valois - recommended by magazine in hotel & around the corner from the Louvre which is ...
... s in one viewing before. About 130 spread across his lifespan so there were of his differing styles. Absolutely amasing. There were also a few Rembrandts, Monets, Matisse, Renoir, Chagall, Klee, Cezanne. Excellent display and a great way to spend a few hours on a rainy day. We checked out some shops but Swiss watches don't seem any cheaper in Switzerland. There were bus loads of Japanese tourists going through the Rolex and Longines shops. ...