Chateau de Raray
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... where we could look out from. Next we did the Mad hatters Tea cups which is a must do at Disneyland. We all loved it. We followed this by two boat cruises through It's a Small World and also Fairytale Land which was fairytales that we didn't really know. After this we had a very big, flash and yummy buffet lunch. After lunch we went to Discoveryland and Opa, Oma, Emma and I did the Buzz Lightyear laser show, Mum didn't do it because it was in the dark. It ...
... castle with pink roof tiles... it looked stunning we had to take a photo
of the castle and every decoration. Disneyland was all decorated in
Halloween and harvest themes.... it was all really nice.
We finally got to go inside and there were less people and *************e
lining up. At first we took a photo with Goofy, as soon as the photo was
finished, the parade started. All the Disneyland characters were
... beautiful). Here we had our first crepe before more walking to hunt down some wine, cheese and baguettes to eat in the Tuileries gardens. Feeling a wee bit tipsy we then tracked up champs élysées stopping for shopping here and there before reaching the arc du triomphe. With the line to climb this way too slow moving it was then time to head ...
... was starting to come right by then. It took me over an hour and a half to travel to Versailles and I was amazed at how many people were on the train. It was a late train ( I didn't leave till 11am ) but it was standing room only, and when we arrived there were groups of hundreds of people walking through the township in the same direction. The Palace of Versailles has to be the busiest attraction I have ever been to, and ...
... all the brightly coloured pipes on the outside, and many people think is an abomination compared to most public buildings in Paris)
Tripadvisor rates the orangery #12 out of 730 attractions in Paris, because it has two large oval rooms which have walls that are covered in Monet waterlily canvasses. The reviews say that being in the rooms surrounded by Monet's paintings is like being transported to the gardens from which he took his inspiration in the early ...