Travel Blogs from Paris
... some found a little a cafe just round the corner that did a delicious French Onion Soup! Full up and eager to explore we started strolling along the Seine to the Musee D'Orsay. Free to get on for EU youngsters which was wicked! We then spent a few hours here exploring the buildings and paintings etc. We saw Van Goghs self portraits and Whistlers Mother! (Mr Bean fans will be sad to know I don't think it is a poster. Or is it?) Pretty tired from our ...
... of different structures. The parks here all have an age designation and many are for 2-8 years. This one provided option for up to 19 years. The best was a tall rope structure that looked a little like the Eiffel Tower and rose up easily 30 feet at the pinnacle. When we arrived there was a small boy balanced precariously on the very top bit. The other highlight in the play area was a kind of zip line that began with the children launching ...
... and get dressed up as Rapunzel. I was so excited about
getting my hair done and some make up and face paint.
As I left our room Eeyore was just outside walking past so I
had a photo (or 2) and so did mum with him and then Chip & Dale walked past
the Castle Club reception so I played with them for a short while. We had some
time before my appointment at the Princess for a day Salon so we went for a
walk through Disneyland. As we stayed ...
... of my pounding headache, I decided to stick to my original plan and head to Versailles. I jumped on the train and got there without incident. My head was SCREAMING by then. I went into what I thought was a general store but it was only a tourist stop. I asked the owner if I could buy aspirin and I pointed to my head in pain. He said, "no." However, he said, "wait." He took me to the back of the store and gave me some of his personal aspirin. I was ...
... down the main street to see the famous Moulin Rouge. We didn’t see the show as it is quite expensive the reviews I read were mixed, yet there were bus loads of tourists that were flocking inside for the daily matinee.
Our last stop on the *Michelle & Diane Walk n’ Shop Adventure Tour* was Montparnasse Tower. This building is truly out of place in this part of Paris – once it was ...
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