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... bells and the organ. It was awesome! That almost made up for not being able to see the stained glass inside. When the music ended and mass started we took a walk around the cathedral to check out all the flying buttresses and the gargoyles and ended up meeting a nice young couple from the states. He's stationed in Italy with the Army and she's a wedding photographer. We took a few pictures of them and she took some of us. I'll have to see how they come out. I ...
Disneyland was the most exciting part of my visit! The rides were spectacular, Everything feels family friendly, The parades are magical and the whole thing just makes you feel like a child again! Disneyland is definitely a must on your itinerary.
We saw that you could get boats to paddle out on the lake, which we decided we had to do! It was so much fun being out in the boat, we got to paddle out to the middle and take amazing pictures of the Palace from behind. After getting off the boat we continued walking around the grounds and taking beautiful pictures, until we were told we had to leave at 5:40. We headed out and went back to the train station.
... bus stop. We waited, and waited and waited and finally a bus turned up. It was now dark, so we decided to abort the rest of the itinerary, get off at the closest geographical stop to our apartment and walk back. The evening was cold but the Christmas lights sparkled and Paris looked beautiful. We didn’t get to the Louvre or Pompidou Centre but we saw just about everything else. No problem – we’ll just have to come ...
... one) of wine, and smoke like tobacco-fuelled chimneys are the latest fashion in renewable energy. It’s here that the mysterious smoky haze of Paris really comes alive for me, these mysterious galamazons who swan through the city without ever exposing an imperfection or displaying the slightest insecurity. This is the magnetic core of Paris for a young British girl from the thick of ‘Please’, ‘Sorry’ and ...