Ibis Marne La Vallee Emerainville
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... the Seine, accompanied by a couple of glasses of wine. The weather was absolutely perfect - warm but not hot, sunny with a light breeze. Lots of people. There were massive queues to see Notre Dame. I suspect Stephen would have lined up if he was by himself as this is his favourite church but we satisfied ourselves with the outside view and continued on. We went to the Shakespeare book shop and Stephen managed to find a war book that he didn't already ...
... they spin around it was sticky, we went in a yellow teacup. I had 20 ice creams each day since it was so so hot. We went on a fast fast fast roller coaster, and we went on 3 roller coasters. We went upside down on the roller coaster but Mum thought you just sat down and the chairs moved but it wasn't like that. I tried to scream but my scream couldn't come out. And Mum screamed too loud I could hear ...
... just before 8. Train leaves Angoleume at 8.20, 3 hours to east of Paris straight to Euro Disney. Train ride great, macs extremely excited because its a double decker TGV train, and as luck has it we're on the top storey - whooppee! I watch a movie I'd downloaded - valentines day - mindless and good, only half hour to go when it finishes, brilliant! We arrive at Marnee-de-Vallee the stop right by Euro Disney and the crowds begin - its manic! ...
... some changes. I saw a super cute stage show called Animagique with Mickey Mouse, who spoke French, and Donald Duck, along with characters from Dumbo, the Jungle Book, and the Lion King. I also got to see a ton of the characters I was friends with! Rafiki was in a show, Pluto blew me a kiss, and drum roll please....AURORA WAS IN HER BLUE DRESS....not like it's a big deal or anything. I was able to see parades, make magical moments, and scream at the ...
... galleries, antiques & specialty shops a very pretty area. We wander around here for a while ducking in and out of shops. Then walk to Sully Mansion.
Sully Mansion or Hotel de Sully a 17th century building which is an example of how the wealthy aristocrats lived back in the day, as this area was very fashionable. It is not open to the public but you can walk through the small gardens which we did, then through another building which leads into Place ...
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