Radisson Blu Hotel At Disneyland Paris
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Travel Blogs from Marne-la-Vallée
... think I got my money back. There were roast meats, salads, vegetables and an amazing selection for dessert! After lunch we headed for the closest enclosed attraction which was the Armageddon special effects show, they had a cool special effects movie montage at the start but the rest was a bit random, did enjoy the fire balls though, they were nice and warm. After this we went to like up fr the Aerosmith rock n rollercoaster, the rain made the line really short which was awesome... ...
... a job at EuroDisney! The guy at breakfast is about 6ft5, the longest legs we've ever seen, longer than rob mainwarings, and he's skinny as anything, in white/blue striped pants. Look the uniforms are big, bulky, old fashioned and HIDEOUS! Head for a day at the Disney parks - steeling ourselves for a whole day of it. Walking over there the crowds seem smaller, find Wifi at the theatre so hop inside to download emails, post a pic on ...
I can't tell you how excited I was to be traveling to the happiest place on the European continent. However, the traveling gods did not feel as excited to grant me that wish. My voyage to Disney was planned weeks in advanced: train tickets, metro stops, and emailing Disney with questions were all taken into account. However, it seemed even that couldn't stop my perils. It all started when my alarm did not go off at 4:45 am. Luckily, my host dad woke up ...
My feet hurt. They really hurt. We left the apartment at 9.30 and got back at 6pm. I feel as though I've walked about 50k's, Roger swears it was probably only 25.!! Well worth the walking though. Took ourselves off to the Marmottan Monet museum, an absolute treat. The gallery is housed in the spectacular house of an avid collector from the late 1800's. The paintings are very accessible to the public, ...
... victory of a given general or emperor. In the attic room it displays architectural and sculpted models. The bronze palms on the walls are tributes to the memory of the Unknown Soldier. The sculptures were produced from 1833 to 1836 by roughly around 20 artists, including Fraçois Rude. In the ground level, the names of battles and generals of the wars conducted by France during the Revolution and under the Empire were engraved on the inside walls and there are sculptures ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool