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The Great Mason Family Disneyland Paris Badge Adventure

When Katie told me what she and her family were doing during the runDisney weekend I asked if she could send me some pictures, and that she did. So without further ado, I hand you over to Katie: Happy 6th Birthday to start with! (Editor’s note – the Dedicated to...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: The Signs & Adverts of Main Street, U.S.A.

There’s no argument against it, Main Street, U.S.A. is one of, if not the most beautiful place to be in Disneyland Paris. Under the railroad at one end and the sight of Sleeping Beauty Castle at the other, with a plethora of interesting and unique buildings in between. But have...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Adventure Isle

With Adventure Isle closed for refurbishment until September, guests are missing out on the incredible beauty and lush greenery of my favourite land in Disneyland Paris. Last May when I was there I had a bit of time one sunny morning to stroll around this very under-appreciated area of Disneyland...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Main Street, U.S.A in Black and White

I had some time to myself early morning one day when I was over in Disneyland Paris last May, so I strolled up and down Main Street, U.S.A, taking in the splendour and atmosphere, snapping a few photos as I went. I know it’s easy enough to convert photos from...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Newly refurbished it’s a small world

Just a few short months ago it’s a small world opened it’s doors again in Disneyland Paris after a period of refurbishment. We thought there they may have added some Disney characters to the attraction as has been done in America, but this was not to be. Instead we got...

Big Thunder Mountain revealed – the drained Rivers of the Far West in Disneyland Paris

It’s not often we get a look behind the magic in Disneyland Paris, as fences usually block our view of any work being done, or they simply close the doors of housed attractions. The refurbishment of Big Thunder Mountain, and the necessary draining of the Rivers of the Far West...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: The Spring that time forgot

Okay, so the title may be a bit misleading, but The Time that Steve forgot isn’t quite as catchy. Next month I’m off to Disneyland Paris to experience the Spring season for the first time, except for the little matter that I’ve been before. “How can that be?”, I hear...

Disneyland Paris Spring 2016 decorations – the best ever?

I talked a couple of days ago about how Spring has sprung early in Disneyland Paris, and it seems even more has arrived overnight, dispatching of winter a month before we expected and turning Disneyland Park into mass of colour and fun. Thanks to @InsideDLParis, @DisneylandBerry and @ED92live we can...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: Found on my phone

I’m sure I am not alone when in Disneyland Paris I take far too many photos, more than I’ll ever need or have time to do anything with. Sounds familiar, right? On my last trip in May 2015 I did my usual, and came home with a fair few hundred...

Disneyland Paris Photo Friday: 10 years ago…

Being 2016 this year means it is 10 years ago that I visited Disneyland Paris twice, once in July and once in October. I thought it would be fun to look back at some things you could see back then, that you can’t see now, a decade on. Old shows,...

Disneyland Paris Diary: Halloween 2015 – Day 6

Well it was another cold and wet day in Disneyland Paris today so I thought I would share a few photos of Walt Disney Studios. With a few areas being refurbished and the lack of any form of a parade I have to be honest I’ve not really had a...

Disneyland Paris Diary: Halloween 2015 – Day 5

With the rain and cold weather hitting Disneyland Paris hard this morning I have to be honest, I’ve struggled to get photos in focus due to shivering! So today I have included a few pictures of Main Street I took the day before to really show the Halloween decorations. With...

Disneyland Paris Diary: Halloween 2015 – Day 4

The park by Twilight: Disneyland Paris is stunning at any time of the day, but when the sun is setting and the park lights come to life it create a very different and magical setting. I think this is the best time to explore Discoveryland. Once the sun has set...