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Once again our research was a big success in finding a place to watch the SOO we headed off straight after breakie catching the no 30 bus we arrived in nord de something somewhere near Belushie's after a 10 min walk and finally finding some one who under stood English there we were all pumped up and rearing to go There were at least 20 TV s. all on the SOO but no sound while we were choosing our ale of choice we were told that up the back room the ...
... s Castle, then its off to Phantom Manor which was far to scary to take Maclaren on and quite frankly, not worth all the hype it gets. A quick spin around Boot Hill which is really just an extension of the Phantom Manor theme and then up to the Frontierland Depot Train Station to catch the train around the park. Along the way though, we ran into Pluto, Smead (Captain Hook's helper), and G_______(the cat from Pinocchio). Maclaren was really excited ...
... Mark and Max for dinner. As it was we got to the restaurant about 30 minutes late. Malcom’s ticket wouldn’t work on the Metro so we had to get a replacement one. This and the fact that we got lost walking to the restaurant meant that we were a little late in meeting our friends. Le soufflé is highly recommended as long as you don’t get on the wrong train and don’t get lost. After a very long day and ‘adventure’ happy to be going to bed.
... line for over an hour in the freezing cold, we finally made it up the 400 spiral steps to the top of Notre Dame. It was well worth it because it was amazing views of the city. After that, we decided to go have lunch at Angelina's where they serve the most amazing hot chocolate (8,50€) and Croquet Madame. We split lunch so we could have their amazing deserts. Well worth the expensive lunch and calories (after all the stairs at ...
... to the metro, and we caught the train back up to his uni for a coffee. Liz and I took a roadie croissant for Pete's guided tour of the Luxembourg Gardens, which he didn't know much about. But it was a beautiful park. We had lunch in one of Pete's favourite cafés. I had a tandoori salad and Liz had her first taste of confit duck. Then Pete had to take off for class, so Liz and I spent the arvo wandering around, checking out churches and pretty buildings. ...
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