Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Euro Disney and, of course, Le Queen

In the spirit of continuing to live like kids, we drove up to Euro Disney for a day of fun, kid style.
Our strategy was to build up to the mega rides by doing the tame ones first. Naturally, in the spirit of the diversity of our group and our travels this year, we started out with the 'it's a small world' ride. It was fun to pick out all of our friends - the Mexicans in sombreros, Germans in leiderhosen, the North American cowboys and indians, the Dutch in those wooden shoes.
About half way in the ride stopped, though the music continued, painfully repeating itself over and over and over again. We never found out whether there was a technical problem with the ride or whether the french workers had staged a strike. We were just relieved to get out in search of another ride.
And, on the way back to Fontainebleau, we stopped for the night at Le Queen in Paris. It was Michael Jackson tribute night, which made for good music and good entertainment.

And a bunch of our other friends made it up to enjoy the night there with us too. I will miss monday's at Le Queen!


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