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... era because the weight of the locks is actually causing the panels on the bridge to break so they are being replaced one by one with sheets of plexi-glass. We opted not to take part in the ritual since there were really no places that we could have affixed our lock and also because it seemed to us to be missing something with all of the panels on the bridge covered by plywood to prevent any more locks from going up.
Throughout the tour we had the opportunity to ...
... 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 ...
... air strikes over night on Iraq. It was not an unnerving sight seeing the military with machine guns but rather gave us an assurance that they were taking steps to make things as safe as possible. We were rather preoccupied with Emma though who is scared of heights. What, with doing the Eiffel Tower today and going up a mountain when we get to Luzern we were really gong to push her boundaries. When the Eiffel Tower opened at 9.30am we were ...
... I was very much looking forward to. We boarded the boat at 7:45pm for a 9pm departure. We were pleasantly surprised upon boarding to be given seats upstairs on the terrace rather than downstairs in the bar as we had been told when we booked that the terrace was full. The terrace seating afforded better views of the city as the walls were just big glass windows.
We were each given a glass of champagne soon after we ...
... and cheese sandwich that had the cheese melted on
the top and the ham in the middle of the slices.
After our lunch we headed over to the tower. going up in the tower was
sadly closed because of bastille day(french independence day) but
instead of going up, we were surprised with a parade of military trucks
and their soldiers that were being honored.
Amy had a shock in store when she saw the Eiffel Tower up close - I think the quote was ...