It would appear that the Mr and I can’t stop going on holiday!
Earlier this year I found out that my man had never been to Paris which promptly led to me booking us a mini break to the wonderful city as well as a cheeky trip to Disneyland Paris because well, do I really need an excuse to go visit the mouse?
We hopped onto the Eurostar; had a quick nap on the way and before we knew it we had arrived at Disneyland Paris.
Full of excitement we checked into our hotel – Hotel Santa Fe; its Pixar Cars themed and a great budget choice; before rushing off to start our adventure.
We strolled down Main Street USA hand in hand soaking up the Disney magic.
Bumped into some cute faces.
Before we knew it it was time for the afternoon parade. We took our place among the others, staking a claim on the good seats early and waited for the magic to begin.
The parades are one of my favourite parts of being at Disneyland.
We had a few more hours before dinner so took advantage of the slightly emptied park – lot’s of day trippers leave after the parade so ride lines go down a lot! I highly recommend going on Space Mountain, Temple of Doom or Thunder Mountain if you like Roller Coasters.
We dined at The Agrabah Cafe in Adventure Land; really good quality middle eastern style food buffet, terrible lighting inside to take photos.
Full to the brim we meandered through the different lands making a pit stop to drive cars at Autopia and help defeat Zurg in Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast.
Before settling in Main Street to watch the sun set.
We wrapped up as evening drew in and snacked on warm popcorn whilst we waited for the next bit of magic to begin.
Disney Dreams is the night time show and it truly is magnificent; watch as Peter Pans shadow steals the magic of the star and goes on an adventure through the Disney classics.
Exhausted but excited we retired to our hotel ready to wake up early.
Disneyland isn’t just for kids and families its the perfect couples destination as well.