Adagio Access Magny Le Hongre Marne la Vallee
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We set off from Paris Disney to a railway station in Paris where we caught a train to London. The journey took 2 hours on the train and we rode underground in the tunnel for around 20minutes. We got a cab from the railway station and had to give the driver the ADDRESS of our hotel which Karin said wrong but the driver knew ...
... is a tad expensive!! However we pre-booked dinners so they feel free!! The shops are full of Disney related products. Nothing else at all. Again just a tad overpriced. The weather is wonderful. Hot sunshine and cool shade. Lovely. Not even very crowded. A few notes to self If and when Grandchildren arrive DO NOT offer to take them to Disney land Pack earplugs to stop the noise of children irritating too ...
... first time. I first went to the Orsay Museum. When I first entered I felt goosepumps on my arms and I thought that it looked like a train station. I started from Van Gough and Gaugin because I really like Van Gough. I listened to the audio guide and I was taking it slow. By the third exhibition room I got the weird feeling that I recognized most of the famous paintings from somewhere. Then I realized that my parents had bought a ...
... building with brilliantly painted ceilings overlooking the tomb itself. His sarcophagus is enormous and is submerged in the centre of the building becoming the focal point. We could have spent many more hours in the associated armoury but .........
From here we passed the des Invallidies( or the place built for injured and returned soldiers by king Louie, which is still used by the armed forces today) and into Rodins garden for a look at one ...
Last breakfast in London. Taxi to St Pancras Station via Abbey Rd so I could walk across THE crossing. Raining in London - very heavy rain when exited tunnel in France - overcast but no rain on arrival in Paris. Hotel small but comfortable - lifts take maximum of 3 people - Gini describes room as French Provincial - comfortable but TV has no subtitles and only BBC news in English - couple of others ...