Mister Bed Residence Torcy/Marne la Vallee
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... so no one was going in yet. Tour bus after tour bus pulled in. And the line was long. But at 9 the security station opened, and it moved fairly quickly. We passed through another courtyard behind the gilt fence and moved with the crowd to pick up audio guides, entering the building itself. We moved through several rooms filled with paintings of Louis XIV and of the building of Versailles--it was a family summer home when he was a child but he turned it into a small ...
... class on Thursday. Why Thursday, I couldn’t tell you. Most of the students were very friendly and we appreciated getting the chance to talk to them. Hopefully we’ll make some good friends during the semester!
Sam, Amy, and I explored Paris some more in the afternoon. We wandered around the Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, and ended up by the Louvre again. We had a picnic dinner on the Champs de Mars – literally on the ...
... which we have been told will continue until the end of the weekend.
The park seems smaller then the Los Angeles one, and many of the rides are quite different.It certainly has a more restrained European aspect which I would expect, with a less over the top feeling going on in terms of it's atmosphere.Some of the rides are shorter here.
We are lucky enough to have a fast pass for each of us, one for each day, ...
... more appropriate for dinner on the Seine, we made our way to Musee Rodin which was stunning (thanks Sue, Elle and Michael). We did some thinking with the Thinker, then moved on to Elise du Dome - Napoleon's tomb. Once again this was spectacular, they certainly know how to make a statement. The gold covered dome is visible all over Paris. The dome is a part of the larger Hotel des Invalides which was originally built for housing injured soldiers ...
... that we just wasted all that time.
Check-in at the hotel is fast, friendly, and convenient; with a baggage hold until later in the day when the room will be ready. To a back hallway to change into the Princess dress, we have lunch with the princesses at 12 noon and its 11:35 now. So we hightail it out of the hotel and to the park which is about a 7 minute walk to the gates, and another 7 minutes to the castle in the center of ...