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... and I stopped again at Chalet Reynard, each time for a few minutes to chug water. Linda didn't want to stop that second time, probably because she might not want to start again.
There was a stiff north wind which alternately provided a welcome cooling breeze or a punch in the nose for the last half-dozen kilometres. Dave caught up just as I was about to start from Chalet Reynard but after a little while I started to fade and ...
... along part of the Tour de France route and you could see the markings where last year's tour had travelled.
We stopped in a village to get some lunch: croissants for Paul and brioche and local goat's cheese for me. Delicious.
We were happy to see the temperature climb to double figures as we left the Alpes region crossing to the Provence region. Snow is pretty, but we're really not equipped for this sort of weather.
Orange is quite ...
... the water guns to soak us further without getting on the ride themselves...cowards. Sadly the sun decided to hide its face which prolonged the drying process somewhat. We walked through Jurassic Park in which the main ride River Adventure is closed for refurbishments.
We then enter Hogsmeade, part of the new Wizarding World of Harry Potter zone. It looks excellent and is like stepping into a scene from the movie. We are entertained by a few students ...
... and we had another few hours to go until we arrived at our campsite, we finally got there at around 9pm, by which time the front gate had closed hours ago but Wendy in all her wisdom had prearranged for a PIN number to allow us to gain entry to the park, we then drove through the most beautiful forest for about 5 minutes to get to the hookup location. After a few minutes the kids were already asleep - even though they had a few hours sleep in the RV whilst driving they ...
... World's other water park. But Disney World's shuttles almost got in the way of that idea. There was no shuttle from Blizzard Beach to Typhoon Lagoon, so we had to travel back to our resort, wait for another shuttle, board that shuttle, ride through all four stops of our resort, ride to Downtown Disney, drive through both stops there, wait for them to change drivers, and then finally, almost an hour and a half later, arrived at Typhoon Lagoon. We'd all napped on the bus ...
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