Ibis Marne La Vallee Emerainville
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I don't know.
One thing we did was go on the train that goes around the whole property, giving you an overview of everything. Although we only rode for some of the journey, the recorded commentary was out of sync, so what we saw did not match the overview they were giving us.We just laughed.
Some of the rides we wanted to go on today we gave a miss to as we did not feel like waiting too long, we will try ...
... done a good amount of research on what rides are best to ride at what times of the day, so we set off to ride as many rides in the rest of our day as possible:
- The Spring Promenade Parade
- The Dragon's Cave
- Blanche-Niege et les Sept Nains (Snow White)
- Les Voyages de Pinocchio
- Sleeping Beauties Castle
- Le Carrousel de Lancelot
- Its a Small World
- Alice's Labyrinth
- Visit Mickey ...
... Jeff had been advised to go there to seek out some of the smaller perfumes and try and get an idea of what he likes. These lesser known, newish perfumes are made by the up and coming perfumers so it has been suggested he might use one these people in his perfume, it's a start but not sure how that will go. We found a couple we liked and found quite a few we didn't like. Back home for a cuppa and another slice of apricot tart before we headed out to ...
... ate, drank, worked, slept and conspired. The size and number of rooms along with the palatial interior has to be seen to be believed. I particularly liked the rich velvet wallpaper, with embossed braiding framing it, and the marble architraves - gives new meaning to opulence. Once outside the full scale of the property hit us. Set in 800 hectares we knew we had to be selective where we visited so we used the Lonely Planet's guide again (such a worthwhile buy!) ...
... travel with all. Everyone had different interests so we did different things -- ranging from Michelin restaurants, foie gras restaurants and vineyards to caves, flea markets, churches and historic sites. With all ... markets and bakeries and fresh bread everyday. As for those we met along the way, we ended our month feeling like Alex, Alison and Barbara, owners of Red Shutters are our new ...