As a Southern California native and a former Disneyland pass holder, making a trip to Disney Paris was an absolute must for me during my visit to Paris. To start the day, my family and I paid a visit to our favorite bakery and fromagerie for some chocolate croissants for breakfast and a baguette and brie for lunch, since buying food at the park can be expensive. Then we hopped on the red line and took the 45 minute commute through the French countryside to the park. It was exciting for me to compare and contrast both of the parks. The park was very similar as the original in terms of design and rides and I was surprised as to how much English the employees spoke and how even the parades were in English! However, it was a bit smaller and had a few less rides than the original, so it didn't take all day to go through it. I would highly recommend this day trip to anyone who is in Paris and looking for something fun to do and a way be a kid again, even if it's just for a few hours.
Eating a baguette while walking out of a bakery..... very French
We have arrived!
The name of the flavors in French made me laugh
Waiting in line for It's a Small World
According to Disney Paris, all Americans are cowboys....here is just one of the many examples :)
We're all mad here!
Damn, the Excalibur didn't think we were worthy
Excited was an understatement
Some of the beautiful stain glass windows inside the castle
The scary dragon underneath the castle
After a long day of walking, a slurpee is just what the doctor ordered
Just hanging out at the bazaar in Adventureland
Because we're poor, this is as close to visiting Morocco and riding camels are we're going to get
So glad they had the Frontierland Shootin' Exposition, it's my favorite!
Why don't we have this back home?!
Phantom Manor aka The Haunted Mansion
Ended the day with the biggest macaroons we'd ever seen