Radisson Blu Hotel At Disneyland Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... help 'rescue' the stranded passengers. Jennine and Sassy experienced the same thing on the Ghost house ride. Halfway through the cars stopped, an announcement was made in several languages indicating there was a problem, and subsequently all the lights came on and staff assisted the people off the ride. We had one positive outcome with the breakdowns which occurred on the Buzz Lightyear ride, which happened to be closed for 2 of our 3 ...
... beating, the dishes were amazing. Quite confronting, definitely not mainstream and inventive and sometimes exciting. He flies all his seafood in, has very particular suppliers of his food and uses very unusual combinations and produce. Oh and the home-made bread and butter to die for! Could have had a meal of just that! It was nearly 1.30 by the time we left the restaurant, taxi home as the metro was closed. Tomorrow's another day! Steph ...
... looks so cool! The view from every angle is great. By the time it was nearly 6pm, we jumped back on the - always very packed - metro at Ecole Militaire and back to the hotel. We headed back out for dinner and after wandering around for a while we ended up in a busy street-corner bar/restaurant. The food was really good - had a salmon salad - and all meals here come with free pieces of baguette! After a long day, bed time! Sunday 6 April 2014 The real reason I am ...
Today was filled with some beautiful art works, both paintings and sculptures. The Louvre for all 5 of us, and Musee d'Orsay for Victoria and Ali.
Fantastic to have been able to see such wonderful works of art. I was very pleasantly surprised to find that we were able to stand right in front of the Mona Lisa, also the Venus de Milo. We took the Edwards tour of Louvre highlights, which Laurie very ...
... we've had this opportunity!
At Avenue Franklin D. Roosevelt we turned and headed to the Seine. At the river we turned back on the direction we came down Champs Elysée and made our way to the Eiffel Tower. We viewed the 324 metre tall Tower in full first from the right bank of the Seine at the Palais de Chaillot, then we crossed the river toward it by the Pont d'Iéna. Not far from the Tower we stopped at a grocery store to collect the makings of our dream picnic: ...