Logis La Chaum'yerres
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- Non-smoking rooms
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- Multilingual staff
- Non-smoking hotel
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We arrived in Paris again for Disneyland.
We went to Disneyland Studios. As soon as we got in we went straight to a ride called Crushers Coaster. It is a ride based on the movie Nemo and does twist and turns throughout the whole ride.
Then we went to Disney's newest ride called the Ratatouille. It is like you’re a real rat. You go around watching a 3D movie and it felt like you where doing what the rat was ...
... surrounding the altar depicting Christ's life are amazing. It is an experience we take in by walking around the Cathedral and then sit, marvel, pray and then wish our children were here to experience this moment with us. Very moving. We look for a restaurant for that special Paris meal together tonight. Chateau- briand is desired but it is up to TD. TD is shopping tomorrow, I am free to do what I want tomorrow. I am ...
... minds. We swore to return the next day and buy something, because Parisian lingerie is definitely worth having. We sat back in the courtyard reading till after 8 before we decided it was probably time to head back to our new accommodation, so we hopped the metro which was an easy 1 train ride. Back at the apartment Corrin still wasn't home so we got into our pajamas and into bed, where we both did some languages for a while (Issy starting French) before ...
Evan and Brad made their final trip to Liberte for a fresh baguette and to Craft for our last flat whites this morning. Since we were up a bit early, we decided to head back to Notre Dame which we visited on our very first day in Paris; however on that day we didn't enter the church. The line to get into Notre Dame moved quickly and we were inside in about 15 minutes. The morning light really highlighted the stained glass windows and made for an ...
... friends, a place of leisure. Designed by the Queen's favoured architect, Richard Mique and with the help of the painter Hubert Robert, it contained a meadowland with lakes and streams, a classical Temple of Love on an island with fragrant shrubs and flowers, an octagonal belvedere, with a neighbouring grotto and cascade. There are also various buildings in a rustic style, inspired by Norman, situated around an irregular pond fed by a stream that ...