Chateau de Grande Romaine
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... small piece of Aladdin, is a small area in Adventureland where you can walk through scenes of the story. Pretty hokey (not even "A Whole New World" scene), but we had to do it. Next we went to Phantom Manor (the haunted mansion). It had a different story than the one at Disneyland, as it was being haunted by a bride who's groom mysteriously disappears. We jumped parks and went back to Walt Disney Studios to ride Crush's Coaster, a roller coaster designed after Finding Nemo. ...
... shop, and it was open, so we went inside to see what there was for breakfast. We ended up buying two croissants, two chocolate croissants, two apple filled beignets, and two raisin pastries.
At around 9:30, we met our Paris greeter, Jordi, at Victor Hugo's home. First, he talked a little bit about the area, and how there were two types of museums in Paris, the first being national museums, such as ...
Bonjour Paris, what a beautiful day to leave blue skies, and warm weather. After a leisurely breakfast of French pastries and ham and cheese roll (packet French cheese certainly leaves Coon for dead) we packed up and went by taxi to Gare Lyon driving through the city and past all the monuments we have come to love. First class train travel is the way to go, they feed you, with wine and we are travelling at around ...
... where there is a wall inscribed with the names and dates of every deportee. There were some 76,000 jews deported from France in WW2 and most perished in camp, enroute, or in the death camps of Poland/Germany. The display was historical with explanation of early antisemitism and then concentrating on the people and their experiences including the jewish resistance members. All in all a strong reminder and with little overt ...
... Left the Louvre and caught the open bus again. Changed to the other route and drove around Montmartre. Glimpses of Sacré-Coeur, passed the Moulin Rouge, and heard lots of historical titbits about this "interesting" quarter of Paris. Home after walking what seemed like miles downhill underground to our train platform. (I used to think parts of the London Underground were "deep" but nothing compared to the "Opera" ...