Holiday Inn Paris-Charles De Gaulle Airport
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... this park again, or any other Disney park outside of the USA. The standards here are nowhere close to a minimal percentage of what they should be. During our extended sentence...err.....I mean visit here, we only saw a handful of characters, which were not even available for meet & greet. We saw Captain Hook and Smee walk by, Mickey near the park entrance and Snow White and Aurora who must have realized this wasn't their cup of tea and were also leaving for places ...
... Dame, long queue so we just admired the buildings architecture. This time we got on the Hop on Hop off bus but the one with an orange square ( different route). Michael and I sat on top in the pouring rain but had umbrellas. Still got wet and cold. After another lap of Paris observing all the stone buildings and remarkable statues we changed buses to get back to the hotel. Quiet night tonight, got some bread rolls from a nearby patisserie and enjoyed lovely fresh bread rolls and butter, ...
... singing than is typical at a Lutheran service because the Notre Dome Cathedral is Catholic. Interestingly enough, they still let people walk through the cathedral while the service was going on. This lead to a major clog of people after the service, trying to leave Notre Dome while tourists were trying to enter. For the service we were given little booklets that had the sermon and songs for each day. I wondered how they had so much money to hand out literal books ...
... When I asked Oregon or Maine, he responded Oregon. He asked where we were from and we chuckled Salem, Oregon. Then we shared one of those 'small world' moments. But then, we found out he was an architect who had worked extensively on a neighbor's house two blocks from us, we really had a laugh. He was heading off to Lyon to paint for a week -- something he does to unwind and relax -- so we bid him bon voyage. The serendipity of that chance encounter is ...
... metro line taking us to our destination. Upon arrival at the town of Versailles we proceeded to walk to the local square to be introduced to our bikes. I had the pleasure of riding "Spoketacular", a red bike in its prime! Lucy had "Parmentier", Matt's was "Raft of the Medusa", and Ben's "Punez". Personally, I think mine had the best name, and certainly did out performed the others ;-). Travelling through the town on bikes, after being told ...