Hipotel Marne la Vallee
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... Cafe, and Cafe Mickey. The Rainforest cafe was cleverly themed with a variety of robotic animals, lighting and sound affects, set in the jungle. Cafe Mickey had Mickey, Minnie, Goofy, Pluto and Tigger all walking around going from table to table greeting the patrons. We're now enroute to Ljubljana, Slovenia and it has entailed a bus to the train station, a TGV train to the airport, a shuttle to terminal 1 and finally a plane to Slovenia! Bon ...
... 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
... tea of pastries and then preparing dinner for our guests. Just had some tiny radishes, pistachios and olives with the Bollinger rose to start. First course, a roasted cauliflower, rocket, pickled red onion, goat curd and toasted pinenut salad with a 2002 Mersault. Not bad. Main was slow cooked brisket done in red wine and herbs for about 5 hours, plus a pork belly marinated in fennel and caraway, also slow cooked and finished with apple/fennel and cider sauce. Allison you ...
We awoke to a cooler cloudy day which after the beautiful weather of the last week provided some novelty value if nothing else. We heard from Jim and Anne and Jan and Pat and decided to meet Jan, Pat, Chris, Helen, Jill and Terry at the Arch d' Triomphe. We caught the Metro from Saint Germaine des Pres to Chatelet and then changed lines but unfortunately heading in the wrong direction. We eventually met up with everyone on the ...
... in awe. Worth the wait. 4. Star Wars simulator. Half hour wait, kids don't know Star Wars, I watched it when I was Julia's age - it was all the rage! Bought back memories - R2D2, CP30. I hate simulators, but hey, kids loved it - great ride. We go into a submarine which is not a ride, just a look at captain nemo's cabin, a huge octopus is under water that moves. Not bad - and NO lines! 5. Back at Disneyland park we line up for an hour to ...