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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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Kids loved this place! Great waterpark and fun playarea. Adults might find it just ok.
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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 ...
Well....our plan was to visit Versailles today but thankfully we looked at the guide book beforehand and realized that Versailles is actually closed on Mondays!!!
Instead we started our day with a climb up the Eiffel Tower. It was a foggy morning but we still had a good view and a chance for some photo opps. Paris is a beautiful city in any weather!
We also went to the Musee de L'Orangerie to see Monet's famous Water Lilies which takes up two ...
... stored our luggage for the day, and were off to our destination for the day. We got on a metro to connect to the RER train to Versailles. When we arrived we found a Starbucks and quickly got coffees for our treck to the palace. As we turned a corner the Palace came into view, how Luxurious this building is makes your jaw physically drop. We found a ticket office lower than the main one, and I bought my ticket, and we made ...
... longer later. We formed a line and were maybe the 20th people to go in. We waited an hour to enter, but were right inside at 10 am. The line formed behind us and by 10 am was forming around the block. They only allow 200 people in at a time, an average of 1200 per day.
We grabbed an audioguide and began wandering the underground tunnels towards the catacombs. Our eyes ...
... get a word out. Soppy I know, but I have been waiting what seems like a lifetime for that moment.
The Eiffel Tower entry was our first close up experience with the gypsies. One young man tried to hand me a beautiful red rose, which I nearly fell for. But I said no thank you, grabbed my bag closer to my body and kept walking.
Catching the lift to the first floor, Waz and I enjoyed a delicious meal at the Tower ...