I'm so happy, I could BOUNCE!
- Nov 15, 2009
Wow! Your trip is coming right up! Sounds like a lot going on the whole time!
Very much so! I just hope my graduate school course that starts August 19th gives me the full assignment list at the start. I don’t know how much time I’ll have to get work done while on the trip and would rather work ahead. My textbook arrives tomorrow so I may get a head start on reading as it is now prior to the syllabus even coming out.Wow! Your trip is coming right up! Sounds like a lot going on the whole time!
You still arrived prior to the trip starting so you are not late at all! I get you on the intimidation factor. I just don’t want the anxiety of trying to plan everything out and over researching. This forces me to do some things we wouldn‘t have sought out and special access to other locations.I'm here in what I'm guessing is a dis records of a year and a half late Your trip sounds amazing. France has always seemed so intimidating to me so the tour sounds great. I remember how good your Italy tour was. Can't wait to hear all about it!
This is our first visit! Italy has been the only European country we’ve really spent time in until this trip.Not sure if you said this was your first visit or not, so you might already know below:
One thing about the plan for the arrival day at DLP, you say for dinner, either California Grill or counter service in the Village. In the village itself there are only 2 counter service restaurants, you have McDonalds & Earl of Sandwich. Just outside the village you have Five Guys and Vapiano (Nice place, slow service). When you get back, you have to go through security again.
My husband loves Five Guys so I know that will interest him as we don't go there very often. We'll probably end up McDonald's at least once as well.I have only been to Five Guys once, I wasn't very impressed. But they were open for only a week or so, maybe some start up problems.
I wouldn't rule out McDonalds immediately. Because you are from a different country, it can be fun to visit. McDonalds sells different items all over the world, you will probably find different items on the menu than you have at home.
Thank you! This time in 3 weeks, I'll already be there. I'm so excited!Your plans sound amazing! I can't wait to read about your trip!
That sounds like something that would happen with my husband. We were going to NJ for a weekend this summer, he had to go to China the week before so I meet him in NJ. But he dealt with the flight changes.My husband is lucky I love him! I spent over an hour today on the phone with Air France as I had to change my husband’s flights. He’s going to Kentucky for work immediately after the trip so instead of flying back to Miami - we needed to get him to Louisville. Now to figure out how to get him to CDG for a 9am flight as I don’t think the shuttle runs that early.
My flight is at 1:40pm. Our Disneyland Hotel was part of a RunDisney package so it’s paid in full. We’ll probably arrange for a taxi or the private transportation company we are using to get from Le Maurice to Disneyland Paris depending on costs.That sounds like something that would happen with my husband. We were going to NJ for a weekend this summer, he had to go to China the week before so I meet him in NJ. But he dealt with the flight changes.
We took uber from our hotel in the Opera area of Paris to the airport the first time. Then the extra night we stayed at an airport hotel that had a free shuttle.
What time is your flight that day?
So glad Dorian behaved enough for us but it was a stressful buildup!So excited for you! Fingers crossed about Dorian and can’t wait to hear all about it! Safe Travels!
Thank you for joining in!Your trip sounds like it will be amazing and your dogs are adorable! Happily following along!
We did! It was as painless as international travel could be!Hopefully you made it out today with no hitches!