Radisson Blu Hotel At Disneyland Paris
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... people for their daily acts of bravery. Also cheered were regiments who we think have been in service abroad recently. Following the troops was all the display of hard ware with armoured vehicles and tanks. We saw for the first time drones, (small aeroplanes about the size of a small car) these were the observation type but no doubt they have the sort that can carry out attacks without having to risk to pilots or aircrew and they can be ...
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One thing we did was go on the train that goes around the whole property, giving you an overview of everything. Although we only rode for some of the journey, the recorded commentary was out of sync, so what we saw did not match the overview they were giving us.We just laughed.
Some of the rides we wanted to go on today we gave a miss to as we did not feel like waiting too long, we will try ...
... done a good amount of research on what rides are best to ride at what times of the day, so we set off to ride as many rides in the rest of our day as possible:
- The Spring Promenade Parade
- The Dragon's Cave
- Blanche-Niege et les Sept Nains (Snow White)
- Les Voyages de Pinocchio
- Sleeping Beauties Castle
- Le Carrousel de Lancelot
- Its a Small World
- Alice's Labyrinth
- Visit Mickey ...
... didn't want to deal with it at night. Plus, it was nice to see the city and not have to walk a lot! We got back to the hostel and immediately grabbed a table because the football game was about to begin. We (same group of people) ended up watching the game with a rowdy Australian She was hilarious and I could listen to her talk all night because she was a wild Australian who loved to talk and had a great accent. In all, we had "heaps of fun" laughing at ...
We slept late and made some significant strides in getting caught up on our sleep. Pat and I spent the afternoon shopping and stopping for quiche and a glass of lovely french wine for lunch. There are lots of very high-end expensive stores where we 'window shopped' but ...