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Kids loved this place! Great waterpark and fun playarea. Adults might find it just ok.
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To all of our loyal readers (all 5 of you) as you know, last night we went to bed without any idea where we would stay in Paris. We spent hours in London trying to find a vacancy, finally gave up, and decided to just wing it when we got here. Well none of that changed until 9:30 tonight. To our parents, and those of you faint at heart, please feel …
... very loud rock band). On such roller coaster it is not so much a question of having your tummy bounce around feeling queasy. You simply leave it at the start of the ride and pick it up on your return. Mostly in the dark, but occasional light just so that you know you are about to be corkscrewed round or loop the loop. Thankfully they do not last long!! The food is quite expensive. 12 quid for ...
... skills I was able to borrow his phone but neither Clement nor Sunshine picked up. Miraculously however I remembered the name of the station and all was good.
I had a little time left so I decided to head towards the l’Orangerie Museum. The l’Orangerie museum had two exhibitions, one of Monet and one of Guillaume’s extensive collection of Renoir, Cezánne, and Picasso etc. It was interesting ...
Its now day 33 and what was to be a long day. 2 service centre stops during the day before we arrived in Paris about 5pm . After unloading our bags at the hotel in La Defense, we were taken back into the city for an orientation before tomorrows sightseeing tour. Daryl and I had dinner at a small cafe, Cafe Romain, one of many on the Champs Elysee. The chocolate mousse for dessert was the best I have had in many a year and set a new precedent ...
... this is going to be a hard act to follow!
After breakfast we decide on a short drive to view the area where the political elite of the DDR lived when there was a divided Berlin. During the DDR it was a walled enclave where the politicians lived with their families and bodyguards. Alwin remembers that these politicians would travel in a motor cavalcade to Berlin and that cars would have to pull over and let them by.The walls are ...