Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Vive la international travel! Et la franglaise - oui?

I've just made the first steps to booking a big exciting holiday to Europe. It won't be until next year probably, unless I can do some serious convincing in the interim... you never know.

I'd like to go via Americkky, and go to Disneyland. For the kids. Of course. Why would I want to go there? Oh thats right, because it is the happiest place on earth and has the best rides. But that is the only reason.

And then we'll tootle around Germany and France for a while, visiting family and coming to rest at my parent's house in France.

We probably need a reasonable sized lotto win to manage it, but otherwise I'm prepared to sell umm, some old shoes or something to get there.

6 comments:

llew said...

Your dad's in France? Cool.

The Editter said...

just put a button on your sidebar for people to donate to your travel fund, I'm sure your porn audience will help get you there...

Martha said...

Editter, I'd totally put a button there if I were slightly more technically adept, and thought someone might actually give me money for a holiday? I think I'd need to make up a disease.

And Llew, not currently, but often yes.

susan said...

I went to a little french village in the alps when I was a kid and have incredibly strong and fond memories of playing in the fountain in the village square while the adults sat outside a cafe and read. I totally recommend you visit such a spot on a pleasant day, I think we were there for more than one meal.

Oy Vey said...

Ebay! Sell those shoes!

That sounds great. I've never been to DisneyLAND but I've been to DisneyWORLD. Six of one, I think. There's always EuroDisney.

Em said...

Disneyworld is great I must say; perhaps you should consider it and then you can go to Miami as well. My favourite American city!! Plus in Orlando they also have Epcot, Universal Studios, some crazy water slide park, the biggest McDonalds in the world, and many more places to spend lots of expensive US dollars.

Good on you for contemplating international travel with toddlers! You're a braver woman than I.