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It was a tough day yesterday, what with my mind being on the family, and on the other hand trying to enjoy Disneyland Paris, yes didn't know they had a Disney here, but yes, the only one in Europe it seems. I did not take my tablet i do have some pics but need to wait Abde has some on his tablet that we will transfer onto a usb along with a whole lot of different pictures.
We had such an amazing day seeing many different churches, including the oldest church in all of Paris from 512 AD! Notre Dame's stain glass was not like anything I have ever seen. The organist was playing beautifully while we toured the church. I took a short video of it. Mom began lighting candles for Papa here and something strange happened. Her candle had an aurora over the flame we both could ...
The significance of daily dental hygiene mustn't be underestimated. Practiced daily, proper oral hygiene really helps to decrease bad breath which will help prevent plaque and tartar buildup, teeth cavities, and periodontal disease. Unfortunately, studies show a large number of folks are not aware of this and the relationship with overall wellness. The fundamentals of Daily Dental Hygiene A May 2012 American Dental Association Survey ...
... an increased probability of developing teeth's health problems. A greater incidence of teeth cavities, oral pain, foul breath, and periodontal disease is definitely the direct results of poor oral hygiene. Some scientific studies have even suggested one of the links between poor Dental Hygienist and certain oral cancers. Flossing and brushing could possibly be all it takes to reduce the prospect of these conditions and ...
... cramped together in the car. Even the break for lunch was a packed out Aire. The French motorways have regularly spaced green areas, some with services, some with just a toilet and a vending machine. They are all called 'Aire de' something or other; Aire de Bois Verdun; Aire de Charles de Gaulles; and even, worryingly: Aire de Wancourt... We didn't stop at that one.
During one queue on the motorway, we ended up behind a Swiss car. ...