Ibis Marne La Vallee Champs
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Woke up with a very thick cold and gummy eyes, yuk! Had some rain overnight but a beautiful morning so had a lateish breakfast then out to do a spot of food shopping. Steph texted to say she was allowed out of hospital for the afternoon and did we want to have lunch but think it not a good idea with my cold. Back home and a chicken pasta salad for Stephs dinner then decided to head over to canal Saint Martin. This was used in the 18th century for bring ...
... found one under 7 € so we went in to get one. Before we knew it, a man had us by the arm seating us and pouring a drink for us. All we wanted was a take away sandwich. He was a nut bag and very very rude. He then handed us the bill once he realised we were not going to order anything else.... 24 € for 2 soggy baguettes which had very old lettuce, tomato and cheese on it. The price on the sign was 4.5 € each... We ...
... was waving at me, oops, it was a soldier waving me to not take pictures, not again!!
We sat in the gardens & took in the beautiful, warm sunny day, already making plans of what we would do the next day. Went back to the apartment to relax for a few minutes before we headed to our cooking class at 5pm.
Anxiously we took the metro to where we would be meeting the class. Amelia saw the crepe stand and wanted a ...
we woke up in the morning at Disneyland there was ice on the ground and the leaves were frozen and Ben kept slipping on the ground.When we got in Disneyland the first ride we went on was space mountain Ben and Dad went on it first then Mum and Ben as you can see Ethan didn't go on it because he was to scared to go on it. The second one was buzz light year we all went on that one. In it you sat on pods and you had guns and you shot signs ...
... building with brilliantly painted ceilings overlooking the tomb itself. His sarcophagus is enormous and is submerged in the centre of the building becoming the focal point. We could have spent many more hours in the associated armoury but .........
From here we passed the des Invallidies( or the place built for injured and returned soldiers by king Louie, which is still used by the armed forces today) and into Rodins garden for a look at one ...
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