PARIS IS OVER. I AM SO SAD. Like, proper devvo.
I spent all Wednesday in bed, looking at photos while listening to the Frozen soundtrack. It was wonderfully depressing. The sorrow is strong, guys. I’m not sure I’m going to be getting over this in a hurry.
I don’t want to return to real life.
Anyway, I’ve a few hundred photos. So I’m going to split the post about the holiday into days like I did with Floriday.
Our flight was around 8pm, so we got a train to Manchester airport and decided to get something to eat.
After struggling to find more than 2 places to eat in our terminal, we settled on Italian.
Firstly, I just want to talk about the service of this place. It was terrible.
The waitress that served us seemed moody. She clearly didn’t want to be there and when she wasn’t serving people, she was stood with the face on. I don’t expect overly happy or chatty people taking my order, but a smile, please and thank you would have been nice.
There was also a guy shouting through the pass at the chefs like on Hell’s Kitchen and then one of the chefs walked out of the kitchen with her earphones in. The whole thing just didn’t seem very professional.
Now that’s over with, let’s get on to the food.
For my side, I had the rocket salad with cheese. It was okay, but basically just a bit of rocket and grated cheese in a small dish that cost £4.
For my main, I had cheese, spinach and goats cheese pizza. It was really nice, but I didn’t realise there was an egg in the centre. I’m not a fan of eggs on pizza.
There were two vegetarian options for pizza. Which is good because it’s boring only being able to eat cheese and tomtato usually!
The pizza was on a whole really nice apart from the egg. There was a bit too much spinach on but that could be picked off easily.
The girls had pasta based dishes. Lasagne and chicken and veg dishes. I looked online to see what they had exactly but they don’t have a menu or website that I can find.
After eating, it was time to go to our gate for boarding.
We flew with Air France. I’ve never flown with the, before but it was a decent flight. They give out a free sandwich and also a free drink which doesn’t usually happen on short flights I’ve been on in the past. I’m not one to say no to free wine…
We landed in France around 10pm local time, we had arranged a transfer so we got on our mini-bus to our hotel.
The hotel was two studio rooms with a mini kitchen in each. It was small, two single beds, but enough for what we needed. It was close to Disney two, just a 5 minute ride on the metro away.
We didn’t do much when we got to the hotel as it was getting close to midnight. We agreed to be ready for 9 the next day so we could enjoy a full day at Disneyland.