Holiday Inn Paris Marne La Vallee
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Today we woke up at 7:00. we went down for breakfast and then we headed back up to our room to grab our backpacks. We then went and boarded the bus. Today we are headed to Paris!! It's about a 3 hour drive. On our way we stopped at the Vimy Ridge Memorial. It was really cool!! We met a lady there who gave us a description of it and little Vimy …
... the Marais area is turned into a pedestrian zone, by mid afternoon it looks like a very busy shopping mall, bikes are also allowed but work in well with the pedestrian traffic. Home for more study, we had a lovely vegetable soup made with poitrine which is smoked pork belly, it was great to have a hit of vegetables with the obligatory baguette. Early night, school ...
... polar fleece to be seen. Mind you we have had a continuous run of beautiful weather, hovering in the mid 20s, still and clear.
Apart from this envy, Paris is brilliant. Over the past few days we have got into Paris life. From our little apartment we have direct views to the tower and Arc De Triomph. We can watch the light displays and hear the hum of the city below our window. We dine on baguettes with pate, dips ...
... an unsafe situation to be in the midst of. Keep in mind this was only just past 10:00 and we had 13 more hours ahead of us. The main crowds hadn't even arrived yet, but I knew they were on their way. We were in NYC for New Year's Eve this year and the crowds there were more contained and managed that here. I went back to find the girls and we went into the "queue" and I use that term loosely, for Thunder Mountain. The wait time posted was 15 minutes, but it ended up being ...
... to Allah holding a cup out in front not moving for hours hoping someone will fill it up with cash. Taxi the driver was the first French man we met that waved his hands around giving all sorts of signals to other drivers he wore glasses that were like coke bottles wondering wether he was the problem. Upon arriving we saw the line up and went **** it's only early the show doesn't start till 8.30pm but these people must have paid for dinner and show ...