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... in Fawlty’s oven for half an hour – I would
say about 27 minutes too long.
We sit back and enjoy the show. Other guests arrive at the table to give us another instalment of our French language lessons. Its
heavy going. Perhaps we will fail
Then suddenly Ms Fawlty rushes into the room,
bearing a telephone. Maybe service ...
... again one day.
It found a place in our hearts.
We drive the 40 mins to our hotel near Disneyland. We unpack, settle in and then catch the shuttle bus to Disney village. We are so excited to be back at Disney. We look through the shops and then head to the Rainforest Cafe for dinner. We show Lily the fish in the tanks and all the animals.
We walk back through the shops and then catch the shuttle back to our hotel.
We are so looking forward to ...
... around the perimeter of this great canal and saw lots of little wooden row boats floating around with people lying in them soaking up the sun. Beautiful! Once we returned the bikes, we took Nat's lead and made our way back up to the castle by walking through the labyrinth of hedged walkways. We discovered all these deserted little sitting areas which all had beautiful fountains and statues in the middle of them. Oh how they lived. Some of the huge rough iron gates and the ...
Today we were driven into town by magic and first were taken to a French perfume shop. Most the girls bought some perfume. Then as a group we all got our photo taken in front of the Eiffel Tower, some people missed the bus into town so they didn't make the photo. We were then dropped off in front of the louvre and given the whole day to explore Paris. Sam and I ran off on our own and saw notre darme, arc de triumph, etc For lunch, we ate in on ...
... didn't seem like anything special, but once we entered we could see it was. The ceiling was gorgeous, painted navy blue with gold stars decorating it. After researching it, we discovered it was the oldest church in all of Paris from the 1500's! I did not take any pictures of it. I had an odd,feeling about doing so. Our next church was Saint Sulpice that has the Rose Line running through it just ...