In just one day, eight CGS colleagues: Dragoş, Vlad, Bogdan, Răzvan, Daniel, Ciprian, Ştefan and Bogdan discovered Paris. And during three other days, they ventured to the small town of Marne-la-Vallee next to the French capital where they entered the legendary world of Disneyland.
If in Paris they visited, in just one day, Notre Dame Cathedral, Louvre Museum and the Tuileries, gardens, in Disneyland, things were a bit different in the world of Disney.
They didn’t leave Louvre empty-handed, but with a frame-worthy selfie which caught the famous Leonardo da Vinci painting, Mona Lisa, also known as Gioconda. Selfies swith Eiffel Tower, Arch of Triumph and the pyramid outside the Louvre.
`An experience in two different worlds, an immersion in the world of childhood, fun, a few moments of disconnect from daily stress in Disneyland and the experience of returning to a city filled with history, the optimal time to capture unforgettable memories and present the city I saw through my camera lens. The Parisian adventure was something I had promised myself to do, if given the chance, to see the city as I could not when I worked there. `, said Dragoş.
Before leaving Paris, the day was completed by a walk on the Champ-Elysees Boulevard, where CGS colleagues could admire the Arch of Triumph and, of course, the Eiffel Tower, the main tourist attraction and symbol to Paris.
`This was extremely pleasant, I saw what I had never thought I’d see in this lifetime, but the whole trip would have been nothing without my colleagues. Louvre, the Eiffel Tower, the Arch of Triumph, Champs-Élysées, Notre Dame were incredible, these are places some people only dream of and we were there and it was extraordinary`, Daniel accounted.
After the tour-de-force in the French capital, which ended with lots of photographs and a lot of fun, all being minutely prepared, from transport to Parisian snacks, in Disneyland, visiting the historical landmarks was replaced with taking on all challenges in the amusement park.
Those were three days lived fast, when adrenalin reached maximum peaks, and the selfies abounded. They took photos with Disney characters, saw all the parades and most importantly, tried on the famous rollercoasters.
` I was pleasantly surprised by the trip to Disneyland, I was expecting boring kids stuff… and there were, but the rollercoasters were worth it. Being in an elevator and falling down nine stories is not something so rarely seen, just Disneylands gives you the chance to do it all over again. Relaxing musical rides and, most importantly, lots of fun. We have Disneyland and CGS to thank for that”, Răzvan explained.
And so that everything is perfect, the eight colleagues were checked-in at a hotel just 10 minutes away from the main attraction.
According to the eight, the whole Paris and Disneyland experience can be simply described as: the days were unforgettable.