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The history of the Opera de Paris was told (in English) by a tall curious Frenchman who was clearly passionate about his job - he shared all the stories including the famous 'phantom of the opera'. This place is seen to be believed - richly decorated Grand Foyer, grand sweeping staircases all in marble and then the breathtaking paintings lining the ceilings (similar to Versaille they said), chandelliers and ...
... productions as well.. For all ages once again ..tiny tots to daredevils..
The Studio Tram tour took us through back lots, we survived fire, flood & earthquake on that one!
Another great park with plenty to do and experience, we did our best...
But alas.. Time was against us! Not wanting to miss Disneyland Park's grand finale, the studio park was not "mission completed".. Another time!
Crowds had swelled back in Main Street ...
... with a sign. I started to panic probably because I was tired, I was really hot, and there wasn't a way out of the airport I could see. I found a pay phone and thought well let me call them. It didn't work. I took a breath, said to myself, I need some help. I looked up and saw an big orange "I" which stood for Information.
As an aside, I have always been intimated by visiting France because of the language "barrier." Truthfully, I don't what made ...
... and got to check out many of the great sights. That night we saw a famous cabaret and checked out the Paris nightlife.
While Paris is a beautiful city it is not one that I would live in. It is quite dirty, very over crowded and I didn't particularly enjoy the French people.
... lovely high ceilings and the most noisy floors and doors that I have ever heard. As is becoming the norm, the curtains are a very thin white material which seems to enhance the light rather than block it which together with the floors is going to make for some very late nights to bed for the boys and some pretty early starts. I am sure we will be used to this before daylight savings ends.
We did a bike tour called the Fat Tyre Bike Tour which I would ...