Adagio Access Magny Le Hongre Marne la Vallee
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... The Regency, 100 Queens Gate Road, South Kensington. The cab was a little different to our Taxis they are much smaller and we sat in the Back seat which was like in the boot section and then 2 fold down seats were In Front of us ( at the back of the front seat). We checked in our room then went for a walk to explore our ...
... us there once we spotted the signs! We hopped aboard and traveled twelve stops in where we transferred to our new train!
It took us a few minutes to orient ourselves and figure out where we needed to go to connect to the next train (once again two diagonally down pointing arrows that point at the same place means walk straight...) but I spotted the sign closer up and Claire knew we needed to go back upstairs from there! ...
Well. Where to start. The hotel is decent. Very large but we seem to have booked a decent package and we are not herded around too much. Breakfast is attended by assorted Disney Characters so we were lucky enough to see Goofy (I think) wander around frightening small children. On the subject of children. I forgot how they behave when tired. Essentially not well........ Running around like savages. ...
... snips, I was backpacking and there was no car. If you know me well enough then you know that I have a real heart for the nations, photography, and that I've always really wanted to backpack/travel around the world. So I don't know what my dream means, but I'm excited to pray and see what god has in store for me in that area. Sadly today was also the last day that Lauriane was going to be with us on our ...
... is slightly different, and the rides/shows recommended to me don't exist in Paris. Getting back to our hotel was very simple; we followed the crowds into the train station and into the train, managed to get seats and had a very uneventful trip until a man vomited all over himself and the five people closest to him. Poor guy. Poor people. Poor us who had to smell it for the rest of the ride. Hoping our next French train experience has a nicer ...