Yes, but how many of you have actually seen that hotel in real life?
Those stuck-up Europeans! Just because they can travel to Disneyland Paris quickly, they are not that great.
No, I am just kidding.
What is your review of the resort, assuming you stayed there? If you didn't, was the exterior that pretty in real-life?
Well I went twice about 6 years ago, once staying in Sequia Lodge (sp?), but then there was only the main park.
However in a couple of months time I will be going there again to both parks. Should be good.
The hotel is very grand. Posh and expensive, but do do you expect right at the enternce to the park?
You are paying for the prime position.
If i remember correctly everyone has to walk under the arches of the hotel, or round it.
I want to visit all the parks. Ive been to WDW. I have my odds of going to Disneyland California the best, because of my uncle, step-aunt, step-cousin, and cousin all live there. But I'm dying to go to Tokyo, Hong Kong and Paris! Paris would be more of a romance getaway, probably for a honeymoon ROFL. Gotta get MANY of that pin!
My family and I went last January. It was cold but oh so beautiful. That hotel is pink and so cute. You do have to walk under it to get to the park. We didn't stay there but did see it everyday. I want to go back! But this time, we will go when it is warmer.
I love that pin by the way. I wish I had it in real life as well.
The bad thing about Disneyland Paris is that shows are in french
I don't know about all of the shows, but their Lion King show is offered in both French and English. You have to check the schedule to see when they are doing which language. And a note to the wise, no woo-wooing at the show. I thought the show was so great that I was a bit vocal about it. Europeans are a bit more reserved then us Americans and everyone kept looking at me. It got to the point that even my husband was embarrassed. But, the guy playing Simba did point me out and wave with a huge grin. That made it all worthwhile.