Residence Du Parc Montevrain
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... time at the 2 parks (Disneyland & Disney Studios). The kids got to meet a few of the characters, enjoy some fun rides and push their braveness to new extremes with some scary rollercoasters. The best ride would've been Ratatouille at Disney Studios. All 4 of us, wearing 3D glasses, sat in a rat-like-car, and were whisked through various scenes in a kitchen and restaurant pretending to be rats on the run. We also enjoyed meals at ...
... breakfast the boys left on their cycling the alps adventure. Mary and I managed to work out the Open Air bus tour and have seen many lovely parts of Paris again. It is quite warm, sunny and very crowded. Highlights includes the Eiffel Tower, Madalet Church, we didn't try to see Notre Dame again due to ridiculous cues. Lovely picnic baguette in the Louvre Gardens and we now know ...
... queuing up for quite a while (during which I heard all these horror stories about pick pocketing so I was quite wary). When we got in Nim needed to pee which took about fifteen minutes due to massive queues. Eventually we started into one of the wings of the museum. Niamh decided she wanted to go straight for the Mona Lisa and then see the rest of the gallery on the way back, so we went up three flights of stairs to the Italian painters wing. ...
... perfect. However, turns out in France I am really tall. I was too tall for the bed, too big for the shower and I hit my head on the roof. I was half expecting Bilbo Baggins to come knocking demanding his flat back.
On day two in Paris we ventured to Disneyland and Walt Disney Studios. Great day, as Coops got to take photos with Mickey, Goofy and Pluto. To my great pleasure Julie has recently discovered to excitement of 'selfies.' Every ...
... about it, but after almost three weeks of being a pioneer I
booked a tour and it was worth it. All I
had to do was get on the bus. No worries
about missing my train or whatever. As I
was waiting in line I met a woman from Sao Paolo, Brazil named Lucilia who was
also traveling alone and another woman, Diana, from outside Sydney was also
traveling alone. So we kind of grouped
up for the day and it was really nice.