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... to the festival, Ben & Jerry's became everyone's favourite as they gave away free icecream to anyone who lined up. Not sure how they made that work financially, but it was appreciated in the 30 degree heat that's for sure! My two favourites from Day 2 was Ben Howard, who reminds me a lot of Jack Johnson, and the Stereophonics, who were probably one of my picks of the festival. Mike was pleased to finally see them live after being a fan for a ...
... in my room on the top floor. It was like a sauna. Considering the price one pays for hotels in Paris I thought this very poor form. It wasn’t until 5.00 am the following morning that the room cooled to a reasonably comfortable temperature.
Despite the heat, the streets were full of people and the cafes overflowing. Once again that fabulous Paris atmosphere. Much as I enjoy ...
... we hadn't done it, they would have charged us $100 to repair! As it was, it was only $30. :-)
Had an uneventful (short) flight into Paris. Got our luggage and quickly outside to await our hotel transport. Again, very glad we don't rent cars in Paris! Lot's of traffic.
... the highlight of the day. The cheery, extremely cheesy music was actually wonderful to listen to and I felt so happy as I watched all the my favourite characters pass me by. Disneyland has a way of transforming everyone in it into children, and I very much enjoyed watching full grown adults skipping and dancing to the music as if they were eight years old again. As for photos, I took about 200, deleted all the rubbish, blurry ones, and uploaded the rest ...
... suites and three other bedrooms. The top floor had a further three bedrooms and three bathrooms. The other guests stayed in the coach house which had 8 rooms all with bathrooms.. Beautiful grounds, swimming pool. So Monday was our last day and Jeff Sarah and I got up for boot camp at 8 but it was grey and drizzly so we went for a run instead. Decided to drive to Perigoux as Garry and Chris had been there on Saturday and said it was great. ...