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Unread 4 Mar 12, 12:07 AM  
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yes probably Ali, you'd have your RER fares to add in to the cost, that would be about 1.80 euros each, single fare.
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Not stayed in NPB but I think it is the standard European hotel breakfast - rolls, croissants, ham, cheese, jam, fruit, cereals, yoghurt, toast.
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I stayed there a few years ago, but i do remember it being the same as the SL Santa fe. Rolls Ham and Cheese etc as Gill stated
But its all very nice, and filling.

I have a character breakfast one morning, where there is a hot choice of food on selection to.
I cant remember if im right in reading its 13 euros per adult to upgrade to cafe Mickey.
Thankyou, it seems like a good enough choice for everyone to fill up on. We will probably go by Eurostar, so will take drinks and snacks with us.
Thanks for the heads up on upgrading to the Character Breakfast, that is something to consider doing - We have enjoyed doing them at WDW .
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You can buy cordial in supermarkets. Teissiere is a good brand. It's called sirop.
Thanks Gill i will a note of that brand
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Also, might be worth knowing that most french cordials come in large tins with a plastic cap. Blackcurrant juice (like Ribena) is called cassis. Make sure you get it in the soft drink aisle though, they do a fab one thats alcoholic which is great added to lager! (that type comes in a bottle and is about 16% proof so not good for the kids).
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Also, might be worth knowing that most french cordials come in large tins with a plastic cap. Blackcurrant juice (like Ribena) is called cassis. Make sure you get it in the soft drink aisle though, they do a fab one thats alcoholic which is great added to lager! (that type comes in a bottle and is about 16% proof so not good for the kids).
Thanks Alison i will make sure we watch which one we get, glad they have blackcurrant as orange also sets the heartburn off.
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