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Disneyland Christmas Adventure

This is my first post on our Christmas trip and I’ve not been able to upload my photos because the camera battery has crashed. But here’s a start anyhow.

We’re in Disneyland Paris for the grand unveiling of the Christmas extravaganza. Susanna from Amodernmother is here and so is Liz Jarvis from Livingwithkids.

We’re staying at the Hotel New York which is a short walk from Disney Village and the Walt Disney Studios and of course, Disneyland Park. It’s an altogether different experience being here at the tail end of Autumn. Toyland is now open in the Walt Disney Studios and it’s great to see the film Toy Story come alive. There’s a few rides to try out, my daughter wimped out of the Parachutes but we tried the Slinky Dog – which is a mini (I mean micro) rollercoaster.

We arrived yesterday on the direct train from Kings Cross – it’s great to have a one stop journey and we had lunch in Annette’s Diner in Disney Village before heading into the attractions. This is our third visit and only the first time we’ve bothered with Disney Village. It’s well worth a look; it has the Hard Rock, Rainforest Cafe, Starbucks and a Disney Store and also a Disney Store Boutique.

I bought some converse-style Disney high top sneakers as I arrived in heels and had forgotten my trainers. They’re were 35 Euros so pretty easy on the pocket. Let’s hope they last through the today’s rain.

Miniminx chose a funky belt – there was a diamond missing from it so we have to change it. The clothes are either very cutesy for under 5s or quite gothic for the Emo crowd – I have amassed quite a few bags and nick nacks over our last three visits here and if you really want to get some unusual merchandise, Main Street in the Disneyland Park is the place to go.

Prices for 2 night/3day including Eurostar from £412 adults, £178 children (7-11) and £65 for 4-6 years.

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3 Comments to “Disneyland Christmas Adventure”

  1. TheMadHouse says:

    We did the park in the Autumn just before Halloween and it was magical (Mini was only a baby) and I can only imagine what it is like now qith all the chistmas things. I am very envious
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    • admin says:

      OOh I bet it was great for Hallowe’en. We came in the summer and it does feel different but we’ve been more adventurous and adrenaline seeking this time – it’s quite a rush! xx

  2. Look forward to hearing more about your trip. I’m on the fence when it comes to Disney – some parts are fantastic, others not so much. Will be interesting to hear about the park in Christmas.

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