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After getting to the Geneva airport, we were on our way to Paris, the layover. The flight was only an hour and 10 minutes, while the layover in Paris was an hour and 45 minutes. During the layover time, we took a cab to Point Alexandre III, a bridge arched above the Seine River.
After, we explored the area until 10:45 PM and we returned to the Paris airport. From Paris, our ...
... To the right was a statue of a figure I didn’t recognise (It looked like a gooey blob with an apple for a nose) holding a tray of sweet cakes and the entrance to the first exhibition room.
Willing to create some more suspense for the film I decided to explore some of the exhibitions first. I took a right and entered into a dark room. The first thing I noticed was two large doll houses against the wall, all the windows were open and inside were screens of ...
... could not select it. He looked at us, making a cross signal with his hands. The train Alistair and David had bought a ticket for was gone; we had just missed it. The fare denomination was no longer available because it was the last train.
Looking on the bright side, Alistair and David did not need to buy a new ticket. This is because Tokyo does not evaluate the validity of tickets by zones, instead relying on the value of the ticket. ...
... our hands to honor the gods. Fortunately, we encountered a traditional Shinto wedding at the shrine and watched the procession of the families in their traditional clothing. It was very cool and beautiful!
We next made our way to Takeshito Street, the home to costume and kitsch shops and cosplay, and the Grand Festival at the Hanazono Shrine. The five of us split a variety of street food at the festival, which included rolled okonomaiyaki, fried ...
... wouldn't carry her anymore, so Veronica agreed to take her back to the hotel while I stayed on with the 2 big girls for more rides and the fireworks display.
With a prime position on the bridge we watched the fireworks display, I took photographs while Charlotte videoed it, had a few more rides on Aquatopia, and it was time to head home. Charlotte wanted to try Journey to the Center of the Earth one more time, but a 50 minute wait time at ...