It wouldn’t be a trip to Dublin without a pint or two of Guinness.
*WARNING – There is no glamour or style in this post, I have reverted back into a 10 year old child in the photos*
The bank holiday weekend seemed like the perfect opportunity for my sister and I to hop over to Disneyland for a few days. After a few hours on the train and quickly checking into our hotel – more on that later – we got stuck into the meet and greets starting with Thumper and Miss Bunny.
After much hugging we managed to catch the end of Goofy’s Garden Party Parade where all the characters were out in their spring outfits, before hitting up some of the rides.
I love Disneyland at spring time (check out my photos from last years visit) the extra attention to details make everything even more magical.
Before I knew it, it was time for the Disney Magic on Parade. Yes I did stake my place at the front half an hour before it started and yes I did squeal throughout.
We had worked up quite an appetite so stopped off at The Lucky Nugget a childhood favourite to refuel on some good old fashioned burgers and ice cream – calories don’t exist at Disneyland.
After some (read a lot) of shopping it was time to get a seat for the grand finale. Disney Dreams, which has to be on the most beautiful things I have ever seen.
Very tired we returned back to our hotel excited for the next day!
Check back tomorrow for day 2
Peace Out and Pixie Dust XO