Premiere Classe La Ville Du Bois
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... in it there was fireworks, lasers, holograms and a projector.
And it was a special from the movie Frozen. I don't like frozen but my sister is obsessed with the movie. It was really good overall and I forgot to tell you that we went on the Indiana Jones 9 times, the Big Thunder Mountain 6 times and the Space Mountain four times.
And like I said before Space Mountain mission 2 was my favorite.
I LOVED Disneyland!!! ...
... Metro takes us to the Rodin Museum, another Grail of the TD. Her anxiety of not being able to find it calms as the gates come into sight. One of the first sculptures we see when we walk in is the thinker. No sign of Dobie Gillis or Maynard G Crabbs, just as well. The sculpture is a magnificent art showing a sitting man. Every detail is perfect. Most of his sculptures are so perfect you can almost see and identify the person sculptured. He was accused of moulding the featured person. They ...
... so we could continue our journey on foot. Issy and I had to meet the woman whose apartment we would be staying in the next 2 nights and Eammon and Ellie-Mae kindly tagged along. We walked together to the Gare de Lyon, stopping only to find an Internet and phone cafe so we could warn her of our approach and get some complicated instructions. The apartment was in a small residential area with about 4 shops and we headed upstairs to have a quick introduction and get our keys. Once back ...
We found a little bakery a few streets away and had bread and coffee before walking to The Seine - about ten minutes away. Past The Louvre and Notre Dame which had a big queue so decided to leave that for another day. Crossed over the Isle de La Cite and the Neuf Bridge with all its love padlocks. Walked up to The Pantheon which is such a beautiful old building ...
... into the Palace. Daniel asks if anyone wants any audio's of course Mr & Mrs Dork collect them. Off we go on another history trip! The Palace of Versailles is the central part of a complex that housed the French government, most notably its royalty, during the reigns of Louis XIV (France’s famed “Sun King”), (which now is my new name for Stuart) Louis XV and Louis XVI. After the French Revolution in 1789, it ceased to be a ...