Novotel Evry Courcouronnes
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... queue. Wait was only about 40 minutes (I must add that their queuing areas are all in the theme of the ride, so for Big Thunder Mountain we were "inside" an abandoned gold mine, surrounded by rocks, cobwebs digging tools, old metal chests .... Quite entertaining in itself), and the wait was worth it, another roller coaster (runaway mine train), largely plunging in the dark. A good ride to finish on. We strolled back to the centre, to Sleeping Beauty Castle, and waited ...
This class was so much fun. We learned to make Italian and French versions. I think the French version is easier; and they taste the same. Our teacher, Eric, was born in France and then lived in the U.S. So he speaks like an American. Eric is a pastry chef and worked for Pierre Herme here in Paris. I learned a lot from him. FYI he pronounced Herme - air-may just like Jeanne Mitchell, my sister-in-law who also taught me that Guy is pronounced gee with a hard ...
... This takes you by all the classic sights, up the Champes-Élysées around the Arc de Triomphe, down to the Eiffel Tower where we got off. We decided not to go up the tower and had a bite to eat and then went down to the river Siene and had a lovely cruise up the the river to just past Notre Dame and around the islands and back to the Eiffel Tower. It was starting to get late in the afternoon so ...
... scrumptious meal in a local French restaurant and then wandered out towards the Eiffel Tower as the sun was setting and did some souvenir shopping. Lets just say that between the 8 stores we went to there was lots of negotiating- probably 3 hours worth of negotiating if you ask Shani. But It was worth it! We got all that we needed and I got all mine at the price that I wanted. Tomorrow we're jumping on the Eurostar and are making our way to London! Stay ...
... Monet and Manet, as well as some great Van Goghs! Evan was bummed that you couldn't take pictures in the galleries, but we took a few of the general space, which used to be an old train station. We also bought postcards of our favorite pieces - Evan and I chose the same two Van Gogh pieces to get cards of. Thankfully the rain had stopped by the time we left and we headed back to our apartment. Evan bought his first macaron of the trip - a tres gros one ...