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... much alive in France. Our driver, on the other hand, simply said " I don't care. You're black, Chinese, Arab...it's all money". I'm glad we did not get the racist cab driver. Our man was pretty cool so we tipped him well and exchanged high fives before exiting the cab. Back at the hostel we crashed hard after our long and eventful day. Tomorrow is our last day in Paris and I think we'll just be taking it easy and enjoying ourselves. Not too much on the agenda. Until ...
... hardship and loss and so many families whose sons never returned home. The great part of the trip was that we were following the family stories of some members of our group. There was a family from Victoria: grandad, 85 year old Bill, his son, daughter and grandson. Bill had copies of his father's diaries and wanted to retrace his steps. We shared with him the emotion when he walked the same path that his father walked and found the graves of men his father ...
... the park closes so we are waiting in great expectation for it to start. Only 10 minutes to go.And what a sight it was! Lots of Disney songs with pictures displayed onto the castle as well as water fountains and lots of fireworks. Wow! We have decided we have to watch tomorrows as well should they have the same thing happening.
We got to bed rather late and so stayed in a bit before going to the park the following day.This time we knew exactly which rides ...
... 1.30 per euro, that is officially the most expensive water we have ever drank! Dang tourist traps!
The show was excellent! We had to wait in line quite a bit but it was definitely worth it! Inside the theater, they cram you into very tight confined spaces. Thank goodness we didn't have to use the restroom!! It doesn't compare to the glam of Vegas shows, but it was exactly what we wanted to ...
... br> ruin all my favorite foods…haha). The
opening band was stupid so we just ate outside.
Once we made it through security we were handed two pastel
colored bracelets each. Kyle asked
someone who worked there who spoke English what they were for. She told us that during the show they would
light up. We were shocked at the size of
the stadium. I’ve never seen that many
people in one place (80,000). Our
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility