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- Minbar in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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... but we just slept on the plane anyway. We got Paris at around 12:30 then worked out the trains and got to our hotel at 3 stuffed around for a bit then went for a walk around and looked at moulin rouge then got some tea at a America cafe after that just walked around for a while then headed back to the ...
... to be precise and got on a series of subway trains and overground train rides. Once we finally reached the specific Disneyland Paris train stop called Marne-la-Vallee, I squealed with glee (as you may know, I am obsessed with Disney Parks and all things Disney). My parents, Navneet, and I went to a long line to enter the park and once we got in, I started examining the park and noticed all the differences between Disneyland in Anaheim and this one. My dad got a map and I exclaimed ...
... named Eugene and a bunch of people from out of town. They were super funny and nice, though the weather was pretty miserable the second half of the game. Could not have asked for a better location though, as we played on a field just next to the Seine river. I saw so many french people in the Metro in athletic clothing going to run in the park; I thought all of them were frisbee players. Sadly I was mistaken. I went back and made myself a gigantic ...
... holds mainly French art and it is also the largest collection of impressionist and post impressionist masterpieces in the world, including works by Monet, Gauguin, Renoir and Van Gogh. There is also furniture, sculptures and photography. We spend a good 2-3 hours roaming through all the different rooms. You would need a few days to see everything but we give it a good go.
Leaving Musee d'Orsay at about 4.15 we figure out how to get ...
... it is relatively small. However when we caught the lift up to the top floor it still certainly has the power to turn my legs into jelly! But Super Stephanie managed to calm me down by wafting a glass of champagne under my nose, so I was able to enjoy the stunning views! It as a beautiful day so we could see for miles, and Paris is a beautiful city in any weather but rain does instruct the views. Lots of photos were taken (none can be published at the time of ...