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  1. Liberty Arcade

    An alternative way of walking from one end of Main Street to the other is down Liberty Arcade which runs along behind the stores on Main Street. Also great if the weather isn’t very good as it is all undercover. Access to the shops is just as easy through the back doors. Always plenty to look at on your way. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 5:07 pm

  2. Discovery Arcade

    A slightly less busy way of walking from one end of Main Street to the other is down Discovery Arcade which runs along behind the stores on Main Street. Also great if the weather isn’t very good as it is all undercover. Access to the shops is just as easy through the back doors. Always plenty to look at on your way. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 5:04 pm

  3. Disney Cinema Parade

    I have seen this parade several times, whilst shorter than the parades in Disneyland Park its still just as enjoyable. It features all your favourite characters and when new films are released ie: Finding Nemo and The Incredibles they add new character appearances from those movies. After all, it is all about the cinema! The floats are colourful and the music will get you singing along. The crowds... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 9:37 am

  4. La Galerie de la Belle au Bois Dormant

    So many visitors to the park walk straight through the castle to access different areas. Take time to go upstairs to see the stunning stained-glass windows, even more beautiful when the sun shines through and the Renaissance style tapestries telling the story of sleeping beauty. You can also access an external balcony for great views over looking the park. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 9:27 am

  5. Le Carrousel de Lancelot

    This is a beautiful traditional carousel suituated in Fantasyland. Will appeal from small children to adults alike. Obviously not wildly exciting but worth having go as the lines tend not to be too big for this attraction and it is larger than most carousels I have ever seen so it will hold quite a large number of guests at a time. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 7:11 am

  6. PanoraMagique

    I think I’m right when I say we had to pay 12 euros for this experience (this is not included in the cost of your park ticket). PanoraMagique is situated on the edge of Lake Disney/ Disney Village. It only operates when the weather is favourable. It takes you 100 metres up into the sky giving you wonderful views of Disneyland Park, the Walt Disney Studios, the Village, hotels and surrounding countryside.... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 10th November 2007 at 7:04 am

  7. Disney’s Sequoia Lodge

    I think it helps if you dont compare the disney resort hotels to other hotels in general-they are as a whole a bit tired decor wise they are 15 years old and could do with refurbs and you probably wouldnt pay the sort of money for dated hotel rooms-however in the context of Disney resort hotels I would say that we have stayed here twice and rooms were clean and tidy and were just fine for what we... (full review...)

    By daisygirl on 10th November 2007 at 2:00 am

  8. Silver Spur Steakhouse

    First class food, atmoshere and service, what more could you want from a restaurant? The price is fair for the standard of food on offer. The mat dishes are great and if you get a seat near the kitchen you can watch the chefs at work. An excellent place for a meal with a good bottle of wine! (full review...)

    By phildis66 on 9th November 2007 at 6:49 pm

  9. Moteurs… Action! Stunt Show Spectacular

    This live stunt show will almost certainly thrill its audience with spectacular stunts right before their eyes. Its fast moving and there are some very clever tricks that leave you guessing how they are done until you are showed by the production team. Members of the audience are selected to become part of the show. Be warned there are several explosions and loud noises which... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 2:08 pm

  10. Space Mountain: Mission 2

    It took me three years to pluck up enough courage to go on this ride as I had never experienced looping the loop or corkscrews before. Once I had riden it I was very proud of my achievements and couldn’t wait to go back for more. Having also been on the ‘Rock N Roller Coaster’ in the Studios park I would definately say that SMM2 throws you about more. It is no where as smooth a... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 2:00 pm

  11. Phantom Manor

    Board your doom buggy for a scenic adventure! Phantom Manor tells the story of a bride who’s wedding went wrong and she ends up becoming one of the 999 ghosts! Go on a journey through the manor and on to a haunted town and graveyard complete with singing grave stones! First class audio animatronics. Watch out for the extra passenger that sits on your doom buggy at the end of the ride. Cast Members... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 12:35 pm

  12. Pirates of the Caribbean

    I have been on this ride more time than I care to mention and it never fails to please. There are two small plunges but nothing to worry about. Disney Imagineers have made this a truly unforgettable journey through dungeons and a Caribbean island and numerous audio animatronics of wenches and pirates abound! Very small children might find it a little scary but I should think it will appeal to all... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 12:19 pm

  13. Studio Tram Tour: Behind the Magic

    The English commentary is provided by Jeremy Irons and each tram is supplied with a video screen. The tour takes you behind the scenes of the movie world and you get to see lots of props, costumes and sets. The highlight of the tour is when the tram enters Catastrophe Canyon. Here you experience an earthquake, fire and flood. Very small children might find this part of the tour scary.... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 12:00 pm

  14. Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant

    Disneyland Reosrt Paris wouldn’t be complete without this truly magnificent castle. Don’t just walk through it, take time to admire it’s beauty. Go upstairs to see the stunning stained-glass windows and the Renaissance style tapestries. You can also access an external balcony for great views of the park. I was at DLRP last Christmas and the castle was lit up at night... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:41 am

  15. CinéMagique

    A half hour film show which is well worth watching. I have seen this several times and enjoyed it more with each viewing. It stars comedian Martin Short as a traveler through time in search of a lady (Julie Delpy) with whom he falls in love. There are some very clever special effects and is most entertaining. The art deco themed theatre seats 1100 people so don’t bother to queue. Ideal for a rest when you... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:28 am

  16. Disneyland Railroad Main Street Station

    This Victorian styled station can get very busy as it is right near the entrance to the park. As you wait to board your train enjoy the views of Main Street right down to the Castle. I would advise possibly visiting when the parade is taking place to avoid long lines. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:19 am

  17. Mickey’s Winter Wonderland

    A chance to see Mickey, Minnie and all their pals in a winter themed show of skating, dancing and singing. It will really get you in the mood for Christmas. Be warned though you can get very cold whilst sitting watching the show, so wrap up warmly. There is even an appearance of a real reindeer which will delight the youngsters. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:13 am

  18. The Tarzan Encounter

    Another first class performance from Disney! The cast of this show have boundless energy as they swing through the jungle, dance and perform acrobatic displays. Children from the audience were invited to make music with the cast which they loved! A truly brilliant show that will appeal to all ages. Highly recommended! 10/10 (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 11:07 am

  19. The Legend Of The Lion King

    Having seen ‘The Lion King’ in London’s west end this was every bit as good although a shorter version. The theatre holds a large crowd and views of the stage were excellent. The performance was stunning and the special effects first class. All your favourite songs and characters. This show can’t fail to please. 10/10 (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:59 am

  20. Autopia

    I have only been on this once as it tends to be closed when I visit the park usually in the Autumn and Winter months. Although the cars move very slowly it was reasonably entertaining. Slow loading ride results in long queues. Appealing to the younger visitors to the park if they can wait that long to board! (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:54 am

  21. “it’s a small world”

    A good ride to take if you need a rest. A slow moving boat ride through the world with numerous audio animatronis dolls dressed in brightly coloured costumes singing ‘It’s a Small World’ and dancing. This ride will appeal to all ages. Every fifteen minutes the clock outside the ride springs to life with a display of more dolls! I have never waited very long to go on... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:46 am

  22. Disneyland Railroad

    Board the Disneyland Railroad for your journey around the Magic Kingdom! Either use it as a means of getting to another area in the park or for a relaxing trip to take in all the views along the way. There are four stations - Main Street, Frontierland, Fantasyland and Discoveryland where you can either board or alight. It is great for capturing video footage of the park and for having a break from... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:30 am

  23. Star Tours

    Whilst in line for this ride we meet C3PO and R2D2 who entertain you before boarding for your journey to Endor. Sadly the robot pilot commentary is French which detracts a little from the atmosphere. Your journey through outer space on board the simulator is a little rough at times which won’t appeal to the very young and it is also quite noisy, that said it never fails to please me! (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:19 am

  24. Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing

    Take time out from the roller coasters and parades for a picturesque ride around Frontierland on either the Molly Brown or Mark Twain boats. This is your chance for a rest from the other more hectic rides and to enjoy the views that the park has to offer. Most people head to the upper levels where views are better but it is just as enjoyable on the lower decks. Seating would make this a better... (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 10:10 am

  25. Peter Pan’s Flight

    Board your pirate ship for a ride up, up and away over the streets of London complete with Big Ben and moving taxis and on to Neverland! Be warned though lines for this ride can get very long so I would advise a Fastpass ticket if you don’t want to be queuing for ages. This will appeal to all ages, young and old alike. (full review...)

    By junglebaggie on 9th November 2007 at 9:56 am

  26. Wishes Nighttime Spectacular

    Wishes! One of the most amazing Firework night Show in the world! The fireworks, the rythm, the music… JUST AMAZING TO WATCH! Its a shame they only perform it in peak seasons though. Anyways I love it and recommend it to everyone! Keep it up DLRP! (full review...)

    By Donald-Duck-Malta on 8th November 2007 at 6:59 pm

  27. Disney’s Fantillusion

    The amazing Night parade… Disney’s Fantillusion! The best night parade in the world! When watching it, listening to the music… JUST AMAZING! I can’t wait to see it again one day… Keep It Up! (full review...)

    By Donald-Duck-Malta on 8th November 2007 at 6:55 pm

  28. The Legend Of The Lion King

    What a brilliant way to spend our wedding anniversary, dinner and a show (well an omelette burger and a show! ) This really was a fantastic show. The special effects were brilliant ( flames, water etc.), the songs were favourites from the film (hakuna matata) and the puppet characters were excellent. We actually watched the french version, because we missed the english one, but it really didnt matter... (full review...)

    By mandymoo on 8th November 2007 at 11:20 am

  29. Thunder Mesa Riverboat Landing

    A beautiful steam boat and a lovely setting. Everyone scrambles for the higher decks for the views, so unless you like to be really close to other people, I should stand back and let them get on with it! It is just as good to stay on the lower deck, the only problem being the lack of seating. My legs were really bad that day and I desperately needed to sit down. There was so much space on the... (full review...)

    By mandymoo on 8th November 2007 at 11:08 am

  30. Le Passage Enchanté d’Aladdin

    This is a nice little walk through a model of the story of Aladin.It is a good quite place to come and just look. I think it would be very easy to walk by this one not knowing it was there. Worth a look, just for the detailed modeling alone. 6/10 (full review...)

    By mandymoo on 8th November 2007 at 10:58 am

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