France! France was fun. We saw what I'll call French Countryside Belle. Which is my way of saying that we saw Belle from Beauty and the Beast in her regular clothes and not as one of the versions of Princess Belle. I thought that was very cool, but then I would. Somehow she didn't have a line and I was heading her way when I almost got run over by a very large family stampeding toward her. We moved on.
This window was probably why I liked France so much. As you might have figured out, Belle is my favorite Princess. And this stained glass window in one of the shots is right out of the movie. It pleased me.
So, the lady on the left in the below picture is French. She had a very lovely, very French sounding name and of course I can't remember it. We spent quite a bit of time with her, so I probably should have taken a picture of her name tag. She took a shine to Elizabeth, so we all hung out in the "Souvenirs de France" shop which is where the Kidcot shop and the pressed penny machine were.
She is actually from Paris, and before she worked at Epcot, she worked at Disneyland Paris, and before that she was some sort of dancer. As you can see:
There was a lot of dancing and jumping and stuff, and Elizabeth had a good time.
So, no matter what anybody says about the French, I'm a fan.