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... most quite good, covering hit songs both French and English. And lots of people drinking beer.
Later in the night when I walked down to a store to pick up a few things we needed, the store was full of youngish people, more than hundred standing in line to buy alcohol in various forms. I counted 8 cash register lines with lines of people before them. It is apparently going to be quite a night. We’ll be turning in early to prepare for the next leg of our trip ...
... the back seat today so we stretched out and had a bit of a snooze. We arrived in Beune about 5 o'clock. Our hotel, the Henry 11 is in a building dated 1627 and is just outside the historic city centre. We had an hour to wander around this delightfully picturesque little town (see photos) before a thank you drink from Insight in the lounge. A dinner at the hotel restaurant finished off the evening......well for some!! Andrew is still partying on in the room opposite with a few ...
... in an abundance of caves and holes. We eventually came up at the Indiana Jones ride which Ally went on (by herself!). She did a fantastic job of keeping her tummy in the right place. I'm sure she enjoyed all the ups and downs and even the big loop in the middle. Dad: We switched between here and Frontierland for the rest of the day. Dad finally had the gullies to go on Thunder Mountain with Ally. Apparently most other riders were composed....at least that's ...
... interesting bones. He showed us a skull with a bullet hole, the deformed skull of someone who had the plague and a baby skull. He also pointed out some teeth and told us to take photos with the flash on because they look better!! It's good to have friends in high places.
Next we walked to Notre Dam and the Love Lock Bridge. It was really pretty during the day and we spent a while there reading the locks and taking photos. On our way to our next stop we found a ...
... we were allowed to take photos of the interior of the palace, whereas inside Peterhof, cameras were forbidden. Only drawback was we needed more time in the garden areas, our time constraints meant we really only saw a lot of the gardens & fountains etc., from a distance.
The coach takes us back into Paris (Versailles is about 18Km out of Paris), & we are dropped off for an hour of free time at the Champs Élysees & Arc de Triomphe area. ...
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