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... and less spectacle, although it is
definitely worth a visit.
The atmosphere when you walk down the street of Disney village is just
amazing it puts you in the mood, there are lots of shops and
restaurants, sports bar was nice too. As expected two big shops in which to buy all things disney, usual
prices to be had. Disney popular Mickey cafe is also here and the cowboy
... I have given my children over the many years is that I have not attempted to 'facebook friend' them. I didn't want to blemish my record and as I suspect there are not a lot of glorious parenting moments they remember I don't feel I should squander this one.. So I found this travel blog.) Amazingly there was more to the telecommunication nightmare. The spare phone we had bought with us to put a French SIM into had not been unlocked.... how was ...
... Peter Pan ride, it's like being Peter Pan flying to never land - gorgeous. 5. Big thunder mountain, we've got fast pass, still 45 minute wait. Loved this, thought it would be tamer than it was, we get off all laughing hard, wasnt what we expected, another roller coaster just no 360 loops like the first one which is still voted 'freakiest ride of the trip'. 6. Buzz Lightyear laser ride. 15 minute wait and kids loved this one. So it's ...
... spent a ton of time just walking around and comparing the parks, which was so worthwhile for me. To see so many of my passions fuse together is a wonderful feeling. For me, nothing is better than some French language, Disney, Sleeping Beauty, and American culture. I walked around each land riding on Phantom Manor, Space Mountain 2, and the Indiana Jones roller coaster. Other attractions that were the same in Disney World included Pirates of the ...
Today we decided to spend the day exploring our neighbourhood Le Marais (pronounced Le Ma-reh don't forget to roll the r). Le Marais has managed to keep the charm of older times. Apparently this neighbourhood has been slow to adjust to modern day, as parts of it did not have running water until the 1970s.
Our first stop is Sens Mansion and Forney Museum a private mansion built around the 16th century. It is now a public library with some temporary exhibitions ...
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