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... town; I wish we’d had more than a few hours to explore in the evening.
On day 6 of the tour we headed north towards the Pyrenees and the Spanish boarder. First stop was St Jean De Luz, in Basque country, where most of the group elected to take a cable car up into the Pyrenees mountains for the views and a traditional hot chocolate. Have well and truly had enough of sitting down and travelling ...
... that started "if a train is travelling at ...." can work that out! The train gets up to 200kph on the land bits so the journey is over pretty quickly. The light meal was very nice too. It was very exciting being in France and arriving in Paris!
No formalities on arrival, you just get your bag an walk off. I did get a suprise to see three soldiers with machine guns of some sort strolling through the arrivals hall though. A reminder that this country has not ...
... restaurant just on the corner of their building. We were too early for dinner, so we went around the corner to an Irish Pub they had also suggested to get a drink before dinner and then making our way to the train station to go home.
The Irish Pub was called the Cork and it was great! It had an awesome vibe and was the perfect spot for us to kill some time and feel like real Parisiens before meeting our train. Just after 7 we walked to the restaurant for dinner and ...
... Moulin Rouge, much like the Mona Lisa, was a little disappointing looking nothing like it does in the movie (which I found out was filmed entirely in Sydney). The tour took us to the apartment where Van Gogh lived for a while, to the restaurant where the movie Amelie was set, to the cabaret place where Picasso started his paintings and finally to the Sacre Coeur, which looks amazing lit up at night.
The next day I went to the Notre Dame, and unfortunately didn't get to ...
... Main Street we saw the famous Disney castle which was absolutely stunning.
The day itself was like most theme parks, lining up for rides and watching parades. There wasn’t many Disney characters around the park which was a bit disappointing. However, it was absolutely packed. We made our way quickly to Adventure Land for a couple of rides with only 10 minute waits which was an extremely good idea as we found out later. The rides quickly became 1 hour waits or higher.