Ibis Aulnay Sous Bois
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... the tower of terror (ellen didnt want to) - was the scariest in the anticipation, the actual ride wasnt too bad • went back on the aerosmith using our fast passes - got to ride the front of the rollercoaster!! • went to crush's coaster (nemo) and lined up for a few mins before being told their were technical difficulties so we went on the studio tour instead • went back to crushs coaster and waited an hour - got to the very front and there ...
... a train and held things up. We all piled in apart from Doug who had a woman in front of him saying Non Non!. Needless to say Doug didn't make the same train. As we pulled out the guide made a number of gestures to him to let him know we would see him at the next stop. At the next stop we collected Doug and headed off on foot. While the culinary tour was less than expected, the guide was very knowledgeable about the area and more ...
... for one more thing, so since we had been to Giverny and then Honfleur with the Monet emphasis, we chose the L'Orangerie to see his famous water lilies and other artists of the time. It is a good time to go, late in the day, to busy places. It was quite an experience!
decided no more energy for more museums, so back to hotel for our last night here.
Walked up again the steep climb ...
After a tasty breakfast at another lovely cafe, we walked to visit Notre Dame. The cue moved very swiftly. Although it was difficult for me to be silent inside, I managed better than others around us. After looking around at the stained glass and side rooms for over 30 minutes, the noon Mass began. It was astonishing to hear many people talking! Especially tour guides, clearly ignoring the signs all around ...
... specialist on C-130's. Same aircraft I flew!!! The planes were contracted to various Middle East countries for medical evacuation of dignitaries. Very interesting work and all over the world. Now I know why I like this guy so much!
Anyway, we had a nice long lunch and some great conversation before he had to go to work and we had to go play.
Back to the Eiffel Tower by Metro. By the way, the Metro is super efficient ...