After a gondola, a taxi, a plane and then another taxi ride we finally arrive at the Yooma Hostel. The rooms were so cool there were 2 sets of bunk beds and they were in cupboards with sliding doors.
On our first full day, we went to Le Harve to watch the Women's World Cup New Zealand v Netherlands. It took 2 hours on a train to get there. When we were on the train in our New Zealand gear we got interviewed by Fifa TV on our score predictions and favourite players. (We looked on Youtube the next day and found it but Bella and Toby had been cut out the interview which they were gutted about) We finally got there and there were so many people wearing orange (Netherland supporters) there was a minority of NZ fans at the game but the Dutch were friendly and fun. We were sitting in the middle surround by a sea of orange. The girls played really well managing to hold them out until the 92nd min when the Dutch scored which was unfortunate. I had so much fun watching some of my idols play and being in the busing atmosphere soaking up the World Cup vibes.
The next day we went sightseeing back in Paris. We caught the metro and went to the poor old Notre-Dame for breakfast and had crepes then we walked to the Lovre museum, we wandered through the gardens to Champ-Elysees and then we went to the Arc de Triomphe and we went up to the top and watch the heavy rain come towards us. The Arc de Triomphe was amazing I enjoyed watching the cars go around it and cutting each other off.
On our last day in Paris, we went to Disney Land. " The Happiest Place On Earth!" the waiting times were really good. It was a fabulous day we had loads of fun on the rollercoasters especially Dad who loved the dark and fast one (not).
We enjoyed seeing the iconic sights of Paris. Next stop to Switzerland then back to Paris for our final days in Europe.