Auriane Porte de Versailles
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... walked around a lot between warm drinks. Brooke's caveat was we needed to see the nighttime extravaganza which was pretty cool - fireworks and laser lights. I've concluded I'm the only adult out there who hasn't watched Frozen and has no idea about the songs...I admit I'm comfortable with that too :) Well, as it turns out it wasn't the stuff of nightmares...well, if you discount the shopping and shopping of ****** plastic trinkets and ...
... of us had raincoats etc.Finally the "pink mansion" appeared in front of us- The Disneyland Hotel, right on the site of the park.Next question was- would they even have our reservation?After all , they have in the last month sent us three cancellation letters for reservations we did not even make!!
Next, a wait in the line- of course, then check in,where to my relief they had our reservation, but not our room ready.So by now we are all ...
... Aleks threw the key into the river but all I could think about was how I wished that the bread and I had a lock of our own. I love you Parisian bread. Always in my heart and never forgotten in my taste buds. Being the experienced traveller that he is, Aleks led us through a beautiful park in the middle of the Seine river and we even got Nutella and banana crepes, which are to die for! I was super glad that Karliana and Aleks were walking ahead of me so that I could just inhale ...
... trap. The only saving grace was when we reached its other terminus, the famous Arc de Triomphe.
You will find other triumphal arches in the world. You will not find one as grandiose and spectacular in appearance or reknown. It sits in the middle of a round-a-bout (cue TomTom Darth Vader "round-a-bound") and you are required to descend into an underground tunnel to get to the arch. I'm told the views above the arch are impressive, particularly ...
... to venture too far, we started at Notre Dame to see the Crown of Thorns worn by Jesus and the cross. As the Church tells it, in 1239, King Louis, later Saint Louis, brought the crown into France from Constantinople. He built a reliquary and housed the relic at Sainte Chapelle. The Crown is presented to believers (and tourists) in a ceremony/mass on the first Friday of each month. Wanting to see the view from the ...