Residence & Spa Le Prince Regent
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... 189 feet] above ground level. A bit scary when you step on to it and look down!!!
We walked the 300 steps up to the second level. As we were walking up the stairs you could feel the tower swaying from the wind and the movement of the lifts going up and down the ‘legs’.
From the second level you have to take a lift to the third floor. This we did and when we got up there the view ...
... green lawns and immaculate flower beds bursting with colours….oh, and of course a stately palace at the end! Delightful ++. A creperie stand just setting up as I walked past – is this heaven? I definitely want to have a breakfast picnic here with Mitch. Probably didn't walk fast enough to get much exercise value, but who cares when the setting is this visually fabulous.
Then…..tasty breakfast back at our apartment. Croissant from Le ...
... earlier, they tell us that in our boarding picture we look like a boy band, I wish I got to see that picture.
The idea of a picnic sounded fun but I was very surprised at how good the food was, especially the desserts. We help pack up so we can make it to the Cabaret show on time, I encourage Jack to sit down at a table with all the girls, there's a cute girl I have noticed called Victoria that I'd like to chat to. I introduce myself to the table and make some jokes ...
... it was hard to tell what the kids were more excited about. We headed over to meet the newly engaged couple and had Emerson present them with their "wedding ears" we figured there was more chance of them wearing them coming from her :)
Indiana Jones had to compete with Gab and Emerson suffering collective seizures when they found Elsa dolls and dresses for sale, but eventually we made it to the ride - awesome! ...
... reflective vests and most wore ponchos. We couldn't have looked more touristy. About 30 of us biked through the streets of Paris in the pouring rain, while angry French citizens honked their horns. It wouldn't have become such a vivid memory if it was a beautiful sunny night. We were absolutely soaked and had the time of our lives. The tour took us to a boat tour where we saw the Eiffel Tower sparkle over water and we drank wine on the Seine River. Pretty much a dream and ...