Novotel Marne La Vallee Collegien
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... gone)...Perla came back and had some fun with her though :) Almost 2:30p by the time we leave the lunch and get into the park, its busy but not overly crowded, plus I have done a good amount of research on what rides are best to ride at what times of the day, so we set off to ride as many rides in the rest of our day as possible: - The Spring Promenade Parade -The Dragon's Cave -Blanche-Niege et les Sept Nains (Snow White) -Les Voyages de Pinocchio -Sleeping Beauties Castle ...
... on and I braved the street to shop. Pomme de terre (school french), wine from my man in the wine place and madeleines for Jan's arvo tea. The street was in Saturday arvo mode and festive. A gathering up late afternoon and evening beside the open windows to our shared courtyard, planning, writing, packing, cooking ... and stuff. Playing Coleman Hawkins and Joe Pass on the very handy iPod player. Jazz somehow seems right for Paris. A very lovely ...
... salad. The bread is so soft and tasty.
We then walked through the streets towards Musee d'Orsay and past the French Parliament buildings to get the Batobus for Notre Dame stop to then walk to the Metro at Cite. (Near the Batobus stop along the banks of the Seine, was an area for 'playing'. There was a huge chalkboard wall, painted pavement maze, number snake game, hopscotches, etc. Lots of fun for all ages.) The maps are not very ...
... coaster TYPE ride' we head to this first in the Walt Disney park, thinking its a simulator. We're in line for close to 2 hours, twice we're told it's temporarily broken down due to "technical difficulties", the line seems to take forever then when we get there it's a bloody full on roller coaster and we see the people before us leave. It's damn fast and I make sure the kids are OK, willing Julia to say I don't want to do it so we ...
... to arrive at the time of one of the live English guided tours. I always prefer them since I tend to want to ask questions and those little audio guides they provide never seem to answer me back when I ask them. ;) the guide took us through 3 distinct areas of the abbey including structures built in the 10th century, 12th century and the 18th century. She explained the life of Benedictine monks (which I felt verge learned to ...
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