Residence de la Seine
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... of a Caribbean. It was good but not good enough to go on again.
The next ride we all went on is called the big thunder mountain, you sit in a train and go around a mine.
The next ride was Space Mountain Mission 2. Overall this one is my favorite one.
The storyline is that they build a rocket and blast you into space and you go into pitch darkness and do about 2 loops and 3 turns up side down.
I came off ...
... it was getting unhygienic. The catacombs is basically a mass burial ground. There are tombstones throughout the Catacombs that mark which grave site the bodies came from.
When that was finished we had to get our belongings ready for a train ride. Dad, Mum and I slept on the train and we were surprised how comfy it was.
By the time we woke up it was time to have breakfast and I was really hungry. The food wasn't that great ...
... bikes and Ellie being sick, when we really just wanted to go to the Bastille markets which are only open on Sunday. After much persistence we agreed to meet them at the Bastille station at 2. We got the train there and arrived a little early so we started roaming through the very French market stalls. Most sold fresh produce but there was also cheeses, bread, meat, seafood and even some homemade jewelry etc. The whole thing was both familiar and wildly foreign and we were content ...
... Our server was very kind and explained a few menu items for us before we ordered. Evan started with grilled, shell and head on shrimp; I had a cold almond and garlic soup; while Brad had little squids. Brad and Evan then feasted on duck while I had tuna. When we ordered these dishes she warned us that the duck and tuna would be pink in the middle. We have had these warnings a few times, so I get the impression that Anglophones have had issues with it ...
... the village. A working farm was close to the idyllic, fantasy-like setting of the Queen’s Hamlet. Marie Antoinette would go there during the day but never sleep there. Abandoned after the French Revolution, it was renovated in the late 1990s and is open to the public. From here we rode around The Grand Canal. The works took eleven years, from 1668 to 1679. The Grand Canal, 1,670 metres long, and 3.5 meters deep, was the setting for numerous ...
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