Timhotel Saint Georges
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... She has seen and experienced so many different things in the last two months, now theme park rides.
The best thing about today is that there are hardly any wait times. The longest is 20 minutes on the Tower of Terror. We are just walking straight onto most rides or having short waits.
It reminds me of my day at Japan Disney. More riding than waiting - yeah!!
We ride all day until we realise we only have time for one more before the light ...
... three Disney Parks I have been to (Disneyland California, Disneyland Paris, and Walt Disney World in Florida). However, I know this is a travel blog so I'll save this comparison blog for a later date. Just know now that I had a wonderful, magical time, and I'll never forget it!
Another thing I think about often while studying abroad here is how hard it must have been before social media was a thing to keep in contact with all of you friends/family back at home. I use ...
... woman were playing a cello and violin under the terrace. It was very beautiful.
One other thing before I go. I was alone now. I stopped into a store. It poured really hard and then stopped. I walked out of the store and toward the metro and there appeared a rainbow! A very nice end to the day. Tomorrow I am off to Normandy.
I have been typing this with a French keyboard; so apologies for weird typos.
... amazed by the city views and took over 100 pictures from the top on their IPod touches.
The Catacombes…After waiting over 3 hours (3 hours!), the kids were excited to finally enter the 'Empire of Death’, climbing 90 steps down into the chilly catacombes. While the 3+ hour wait was aggravating, once inside it seemed like we had the former quarry turned cemetary to ourselves, and we enjoyed our escape from the large crowds. ...
... were in a bus, which was in a train, which was then surrounded by tonnes of concrete and water….yeahhhh glad I wasn’t awake for that haha. Thanks for the occasional feelings of claustrophobia mum!
Once we were in France, we stopped to get food and stretch our legs. We got to try out our French for the first time, which was hilarious! After not having many opportunities to practice my French since I was in year 9, I was a bit rusty to ...