As you may remember, we went to see Disney On Ice Presents Frozen back in October and had an absolute whale of a time. The kids just adored the show ,as did my husband and I and we were all blown away by the amazing sets and production. When we found out that Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic is touring this year in sensational skating spectacular, I felt like a little kid myself! It looks set to be another corker of a production filled with so many much loved favourite Disney characters.
I realised that I haven’t really shared many of my Disneyland Paris photos with you all despite many of you asking to see them. I thought I’d share my ten favourite Disneyland Paris PhotoPass+ photos from our trip.
I decided to indulge myself when booking our trip to Disneyland Paris and we booked the Lunch/Dinner meal with the Princesses at Auberge De Cendrillon restaurant (ADC) when we booked our original holiday. I have always loved Disney Princesses and Cinderella was my absolute icon as a little girl. I had heard that the only way to meet the Princesses at DLP was to go to the Princess Pavillion where you queue up to meet just one. I have also seen that the queues can reach up to 3 hours and I knew no one would want to wait that long, so this seemed the best option plus you get three and a prince – no brainer!
We went to the 2pm sitting but arrived about 10 minutes early. When you go inside, you give your name and we were advised to take a seat in a small waiting area before they called us. It is really pretty and really got me all excited.
I thought I’d do a quick post with my essentials that I couldn’t have lived without at Disney. It was our first trip to Disneyland Paris and here’s what I recommend chucking in your suitcase:
The final guest post of the week comes from Nikki at Yorkshire Wonders. She is sharing her six tips for visiting Walt Disney World in Florida. Take it away Nikki:
If you are considering a trip to Walt Disney World in Florida (woohoo – go for it!), here are my tips for getting the most out of your time. The list is not comprehensive by any means, and I am assuming you are visiting the parks for the full two weeks.