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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 …
So it's 5.27pm and we are waiting in line for the Star Trek ride ... We are listening to one of the characters talking over and over in French and I've decided I really like listening to the French accent. So we are on the train back to the apartment and it's 7.55pm. Today we left home about 10.15/10.30 in the morning. We walked to the station, changed lines twice and then caught the line a train straight out to disneyland - it was easy. I had a good day but I wasn't particularly ...
... the edges and the grandchandelierr hanging above. We of course found the infamous Box 5, demanded by the Phantom to be left vacant always, only for his personal use.
From the Opera, again on the train and off to the Notre Dame cathedral. No sightings of Quasimodo today, but the grandeur and experience of the cathedral more than justified its visit. Especially as entry is free! The Cathedral is celebrating its 850th birthday this year. Is is widely considered to ...
... cafe as we were both desperate for a toilet stop. A morning and afternoon necessity but it is also a wonderful way to experience the cafe culture of Paris and watch the world go by. We finished the day in a wonderful free museum called le musée de Carnavalet. Each room was set up as a période in French history. There was also a beautiful garden within the museum. Then home to change and out for dinner in Saint ...
... much they enjoyed this. I think Ayden really enjoyed
the finale float too, however, don’t tell anyone, after all, he is nine turning
ten and obviously way too old for it…
With the girls exhausted, yet still so much to do, I
braved the French roads to drive Grace and Millie home, whilst James and Ayden
stayed on for ‘boy stuff’. Ayden and James took on ‘Space Mountain’, ...