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:
- Autograph books & pens
It is under three weeks until we set off for our trip to Disneyland Paris. To say I’m excited is quite the understatement. I’ve been busy buying Disney clothes and planning our days I can’t quite believe how fast it has one round.
Ever since I was a little girl crying at Dumbo and dreaming of being Cinderella as I clip clopped around our living room in my Mom’s baby blue high heels, Disney has been such a favourite and special part of my life. I don’t think I realised how special until we booked our holiday.
I can’t quite believe I am getting to write this post. Ever since I was a little girl sobbing on the sofa at Dumbo, I have just loved all things Disney. My most prized possession was my Cinderella video and would beg my Mom to let me watch it at any given opportunity as I was besotted with the beauty of it all.
I remember when my friend went to Disney and I was so incredibly jealous. It sounded like the most magical place on earth.
I started looking at prices a few months back just out of curiosity. The girls having turned three have started to become “easier” if that makes sense? They’re more independent so the thought of travelling with them is less scary. Saying that I think they are still too young for Florida so that’s why we looked at DLP.