Millennium Hotel Paris Charles de Gaulle
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So far on this journey I've learned that it's alright not to be happy 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Sometimes you need those moments of sadness and breakdown in order to let go of or realize whatever is hurting you. I've also realized that we are in charge of our own destiny and have the ability to let bliss be our guide at any given moment. We do not have to keep choosing pain. And we do not have to keep making the same mistakes over and over again. Also, we do not have ...
... s Castle, then its off to Phantom Manor which was far to scary to take Maclaren on and quite frankly, not worth all the hype it gets. A quick spin around Boot Hill which is really just an extension of the Phantom Manor theme and then up to the Frontierland Depot Train Station to catch the train around the park. Along the way though, we ran into Pluto, Smead (Captain Hook's helper), and G_______(the cat from Pinocchio). Maclaren was really excited ...
... the tower. We take the next lift up to the Sommet level which is the top, we come out and yet again we are just in amazement of how far up and all we can see. We wander around all sides and take in all that we can see. We make our way down via the lift and cross over the river Seine trying to avoid as many gipsy's as possible. This gives us a different perspective of the tower and take to opportunity to take some more photos from the Palais De Chaillot because you can never ...
... were in for a treat - Preston, a friend we met in Ottawa, was going to show us around Paris's nightlife. We meant to have one drink because Jon was still not 100%! but after a couple of Guinness's at the best Irish pub in Paris... Well, let's just say the night continued for a few more hours. Thank you Preston for showing us the local hangouts! And mes amies, that is the end of jour 1 in Paris. Very sorry for the giant blog. Bonne unit, Xoxo M & ...
... reason. The bones were just as impressive, although you couldn't use a camera flash, so we couldn't get any decent photos - luckily we have our ones from 18 years ago, when you could use a flash!!
Raced back to a market near our apartment, bought some goodies for lunch and ate it at the hotel dining room (its more like a hostel, but with individual family rooms).
Then we headed off to the Rodin ...