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... the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster (no little kids in the line for that one) and then loved the Ratatouille ride – it’s all in 3D and you get to be a rat and have a rat’s eye view of the world (movie). I then retired to a quiet corner for a coffee as the students had to do some serious shopping for Disney paraphernalia – why???
My overall impression of Disneyland Paris was of impeccable ...
... number to call, but I had no phone.
We waited in the sun.
Across the road was a small shop. Some fruit
out the front. Possibility of a soft drink.
Pleasantly surprised to observe the stock. 10%
sensible stuff like fruit and veg and groceries. 10% soft drink, the rest
was booze. Handy to have across the
road from where we
would be ...
... br> Some buildings are stone others are timber, some have masonry rendering. Most have chunky rural looking wooden doors and windows. The exteriors of all buildings might do with a visit from the Dulux man. Behind the rustic unloved exterior lies well kept and beautifully decorated interiors of timber, plastered whatever, granite, marble and local quarry stone.
Pavements are generally cobbled. ...
... and decorated tastefully. When taking off from stations the acceleration was extremely smooth. We were on the train for 90 minutes and arrived at Sens [Sens is a commune in the Yonne department in Burgundy in north-central France, 120 km from Paris] on time.
As we were not being picked up until 2.00 pm we saw a pub across from the station so we decided to have lunch there to once again fill in time. Was so funny. ...
A brief stopover at this fabulous chateau - the severe downside of tour groups is that they'll drop you off places for an hour, which isn't long enough to do much! For the rest of the group, it was long enough to investigate the local shops, buy snacks and do usual stopping things. For me, it was long enough for a whistle-stop tour of the grounds of the ...