An Early Morning Photo Walk from Hotel Cheyenne to Disneyland Park in Disneyland Paris
On the third day of our Christmas trip to Disneyland Paris we had to be up and out early, as my family needed park tickets. So to make the most of Extra Magic Time, we had to be at the gates of Disneyland Park at opening time. I’m not talking about the turnstile gates that let you into the Park, but the ones further back that stop guests even getting as near as Fantasia Gardens. This we succeeded in doing and were amongst a handful of people actually waiting for those…
Disneyland Paris – Photos by The Fans Part 1
Some time ago, I mentioned that I always intended to go take some really artistic photos in Disneyland Paris, but invariably get caught up in the excitement, ending up with little more than a memory card full of snapshots and selfies. So I asked viewers of said video if they had ever taken some really great photos, and if so, to send them my way for an article. Here is that article, at last! I’m sure yoou’ll agree, there are some very talented photographers out there, who have done a fantastic…
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 DLP website turned 6 in late September). Thank you for everything you do. We love the show, which is probably why my Mum went a bit badge crazy. We wanted some to wear around the park and for the run, but…
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 you taken time to look at the signs and advertisement posters that add to the atmosphere of recreating Main Street in the image of turn of the 20th Century America? They are works of art in themselves, and below I 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 Park, so until it’s open again, here is Adventure Isle in all its glory. Click to enlarge the photos and take in all the detail and stunning scenery on offer.
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 an internal and external paint job and tidy up, which has it’s a small world looking fantastic, inside and out. The colours are now so vibrant that it feels like riding it on opening day. Maybe the characters will come, but…