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... Rob on the shoulder, then we found pizza for tea. Liams best ride for the day was the roller coaster through Big Thunder mountain.
It gets dark around around 5.30PM and sunrise isn't until about 8AM so days are quite short.
Tuesday 9th. Day 2 at Disneyland - up and ready to head off for opening time at 10.00am to look around Walt Disney Studio park today. First choice was the new Ratatouille show - the line was huge, ...
Today was the highlight of our stay in Paris and we planned a full day out at Disneyland Paris. This is just one of the two theme parks, the other being the Disney studios park. It was a very early start for us since the park is the opposite side of Paris which we stayed. It took us about an hour and a half by train and when we arrived crowds were already streaming in.
The first sight that all visitors see is the magnificent Sleeping Beauty Castle with its ...
... be made up of Australians and Kiwis). This would then stop us from getting lumped with dodgy countries and would save us a lot of time in lines. We then caught the Paris metro system to our hotel which was located in the Montmartre area of Paris. Montmartre is a suburb of Paris that is similar to Greenwich village in New York in the way that it is primarily residential but very trendy. It used to be where a lot of alternative artists lived and found ...
... a bomber of Heineken and sat outside my room and Bobs your Uncle
Was going to pack tonight but will do it in the morning as the hotel where I am to meet Sheila et al is not so far away and I guess they won't get there before 11 am.
So that's the day that was. Have enjoyed my time in Paris but being on one's own sort of limits one's thinking in terms of adventurous days. Mind you my leg has limited me also as walking on it swells it ...
... an old printing shop and we sat at the same table with southern French and other French locals. I couldn't eavesdrop on the conversation but Charlotte could! I then went to a famous street in Paris that has a familiar feel to bourbon street in New Orleans. It has a ton of cafés and many people just eating and drinking the night away. It was a fitting end to my journey through hidden Paris. When I got back to the hostel, I couldn't wait to lay down. I was tired. Nevertheless, ...