Radisson Blu Hotel At Disneyland Paris
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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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 ...
... and in the courtyard. At the back is a chapel, very ornate, topped by a gold dome under which lies Napoleon's body. The French have created quite the elaborate hero's tomb, golden and very fancy, for a military hero that they once exiled to Elba during his lifetime. Rather ironic, I think.
We then wandered back towards the river and crossed over to make the promenade down the Champs Elysee to the ...
... s ambience for about an hour before walking toward Boulevard Saint-Germain and the Mabillon metro station, from where we rode back to the Champ de Mars area. [Note: The metro stations seem much cleaner than we remember from previous trips.]
We learned from a friend that tomorrow is the day of the Paris Marathon, with the route passing near the Louvre, so we may have to alter our plans to visit the museum because of the anticipated ...
David attended his dental appointment but it was in the middle of the day so sort of split our sightseeing time into two shorter ventures into the old city. Both were interesting as we visited some churches we came across and the Municipal building that the fellow in the guide book raves about. The interior of this building is done is 'art deco' style and has lots of that lovely pink marble, large columns and wall panels, such as we’d seen used in ...
... a pairing. I walk home through the streets of Le Marais as a french cliché, baguette in hand, wine and cheese in my bag. I pass a man wearing a t-shirt of plain black, save the word Facebook inscribed in bold print on the front, and i think: "congratulations on boldly proclaiming your support of the most popular thing on the planet, ever." I sit on the floor of my room munching on my improvised supper, finishing most of my bottle of wine as i struggle through my ...