Ibis Paris Marne La Vallee Val d'Europe
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... to get my fly-away hair to curl nicely (it didn't, particularly with all the rushing through the underground tunnels on the way!). It was after 7pm when we set off for the Hotel de Ville (City Hall) for the gala dinner. It took 3 Metro trains and a lot of rushing through tunnels to get there. It was almost 8pm when we finally found the queue to the entrance. (I had been fairly confident that we needn't have arrived at 7pm, the scheduled start time!)
I got up at 7am because that is when we agreed to get up, but when I awoke, the others were leaving to get supplies and told me to just stay and watch the camping things. They told me they'd be back in 20 minutes, but after an hour, I got a little worried. Eventually, other frisbee players playing in the tournament came though, and they came back. Mostly, I felt bad, because I was the only one dry after the night before and here I was, doing nothing while ...
... but fun at the same time. I saw a baby Statue of Liberty! We then went to the Military Museum it was fun and it had a lot of cannons, guns and spears it was really cool. We also saw The tomb of Napoleon I and I thought it was alright. Kyle from the Eiffel Tower I saw a soccer field I took a photo for you. 5M I haven't found snails yet but Dad is looking (I hope he can't find them). But we did find Subway, delicious ...
... like this, London by comparison in clean. Maybe it's just where we are staying, but the Parisians just throw cigarette buts and rubbish on the ground, and so much bird poo. Next time we would stay Paris for a few days then experience more rural or provincial France. It's nice to see some very early architectural features still remain, including the old Paris wall. The French government was mostly done well to preserve what was left after the war. ...
At Lille we turned to the west and made our way to the coast. Somehow whether it was due to films I had seen or just the through that I was going to take the train under the Atlantic ocean, I imagined something dramatic would happen. But when we reached the coast we just cruised down into the chunnel (as the channel tunnel is sometimes called), which was very like all the others we had taken: dark. It only took about 15 minutes to travel the 30 miles ...