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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsExplorers Hotel Magny-le-Hongre
Kids loved this place! Great waterpark and fun playarea. Adults might find it just ok.
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Ok Disneyland top to bottom list of rides:
Indianna jones (roller coaster)
Pirate's of the Caribbean
Tower of Terror
Mad hatters Tea cups
I would have liked to go on Space Mountain and Thunder Mountain roller coasters but they were both closed. Space Mountain was closed …
... see. They are more than 100 metres long by three rows across. There are some of the usual market stands but the majority of them are produce; fruit and vegetables, seafood, meat, cheese, bread, pasta and the like. They all have the freshest looking produce at very reasonable prices. It was mind blowing to see the homage the French pay to good food. Fungi/mushrooms of many varieties I have never seen, living seafood to ensure freshness, vegetables you can almost still see the ...
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 ...
... Heuer watch. He says this can be a wedding present for him! I picked up two pairs of sandals and a hand bag. No wallet yet! All the designer name brand shops are in close walking distance for us. We spent the day walking up the main drag and in and out of all the back streets that are filled with shops and cafés. Came back to the hotel for a ...
... original castle building. (The Louvre started life originally as a castle, then became the palace before Louis XIV moved to Versailles ) After this, portions of the Louvre were used as government offices before finally becoming the Louvre Museum. The finance minister's offices were actually still housed in the Louvre until 1993, when this final wing was annexed to the museum to allow for additional works to be displayed. I have to admit ...