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Disneyland Paris: Unique Journeys - A photo essay by Ian Parkinson
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Salon Mickey- Part 2

Even the bathroom is themed and beautifully decorated.

The best part of a visit to Salon Mickey is spending time looking at the wonderful details you can find around the rooms. If you have a question about any of the photographs on the walls, feel free to ask the cast members. If they don't know the answer, they can look it up in a folder with details on all the photos around the rooms.

The main focus of the room is the fireplace. I'm sure that in the winter, this contains a blazing fire to welcome visitors.

As usual, Disney went to a great deal of trouble when they designed the room, you can see the attention to detail in the following photographs of the wallpaper, lamps and ceiling.

Once you have your breakfast and enjoy the surroundings, simply let the cast members know that you are ready to enter the park. They then return your passes and shareholder card and take you to a door located in the corner of the main room. The magic starts from here, as the door opens and you find yourself in the park just next to Main Street Station.

To get free access to Salon Mickey and other shareholder benefits such as discounts on food, merchandise, accommodations, and tickets, you must hold 350 or more Euro Disney S.C.A. shares. You can still have the benefits if you hold less, but you need to pay an administration fee of 100FF every two years.

Since I am now a proud owner of 400 Euro Disney shares, I look forward to using Salon Mickey on my next visit.

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