Grand Hotel Amelot
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... him to giggle all the way through the tour!
After the Bateaux we stated heading towards the hotel, and I think this is the point where I ripped the map in Adam’s brand new, pristine book. L Typical me!
The metro stop we were aiming for was 'Oberkampf’, and we later learnt from Rach that it was a "no-go" area of Paris according to that idiot Fox News Broadcaster who claimed the same of Birmingham and some parts of London. Ha.
We exited the ...
... so great views.. But no relief from the cold... We were like icicles when we got off the bus, so back to the hotel for a hot shower... Bliss ... Then hit the Champs élysées... And the markets, unlike Mark, I enjoyed wandering thru them, and seeing all the goodies... Had a late lunch as we walked the length of the street to the Arc de Triomphe at the end.... and back again...taking photos as we went...quite a walk. ...
You don’t get to go to the top level with the stairs, but the view from the second level is just as impressive, and I loved looking up and down through all that steel and getting a different viewpoint of her (10,100 tonne and a 312 metre height of iron to be exact). I don’t know why, but I really can’t get enough of the Eiffel tower! The view from the top without a doubt is one of the best views you can get of the city, and we spent ...
... teaching French to Year 10 boys in Glen Waverley and is now doing her dream job. We say Hail to all those teachers still plugging away. I think we walked 100 km around the garden & then around the chateau - or at least it felt like it! It was all pretty amazing & ostentatious. You could see why the 1st revolution happened. - you can see I'm learning some French history here. We come home & swat up on all the Louis's etc each evening. Geoff found a ...
... this up with Big Thunder Mountain then Space Mountain. It was parade time, the girls found a perfect spot where the kids to could stand on the rail to watch the show. By the end even Rob climbed up to get just a little closer to the Mickey magic.
Over to Walt Disney Studios we got to Crush's Coaster where the 90 minute wait from this morning had disappeared. Full of excitement all the way to end, then Max got ...