Hotel Ibis Essomes-sur-Marne
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... clean, operation. they have 52 staff and one of them was cleaning the grooves between the tiles on the floor when we went past! Another was turning bottles, one sixth of a circle at a time, a job he has happily been doing for 15 years! His speed and accuracy was impressive. The cellars are cold (about 9.5C all year round) and huge. We went down to the lowest cellar which was 34m below ground level, looked into one from the top of a ladder (to see over the top of ...
... s Teacups. We could spin our teacups with a steering wheel, and we went around in circles. At the end of the day, there was a parade of Disney characters in Fantasy land which was cool except it started raining. We had to buy Disneyland ponchos because of the rain.
This was my favourite land. We went on a riverboat cruise called the Molly Brown, and saw an old miner sleeping in a rocking chair by the river, ...
... without the crowds) for a clear view of Paris.
The kids were shocked by the presence of armed forces patrolling the grounds of the Eiffel Tower. It was a little confronting to see them carrying machine guns around crowds of people.
Our last two days in Paris, we have been catching up on some rest and enjoying our little town.
We are looking forward to going home, we have had such an amazing time and seen so ...
... spent on the Eiffel Tower. If you ask me, he made an investment most business entrepreneurs would base their work on nowadays. None other than Mr Thomas Edison was among the visitors to see the Eiffel Tower. He wanted to get a good look for himself of the spectacularly ginormous entrance. He was accompanied by Mr Eiffel to the top of the 985 foot structure. The two shared a drink in silence due to the fact Mr Edison was English and Mr Eiffel French. Neither spoke a ...
... up to meet Princess Aurora, you walk through a reception area with stained glass. Each glass has a Disney princess palace on it. Sophie and I were going through, naming all of the palaces - "Oh here's Cinderella's. There's Snow White's" - and her mom was puzzled by how we knew this. We responded that they were in the movies, you just had to pay close attention. Moreover, I think her mom was shocked that a 23 year old knew as much as her 9 year old did about Disney.