o0o0o pretty! more more more!
I so want to go. I've never even been anywhere outside of north america, so eventually going to europe would be
The first land we enter (clockwise) is Frontierland :
the entrance decorated for Halloween:
In Frontierland we have :
the Big Thunder Mountain :
the riverboats Mark Twain and Molly Brown :
the Phantom Manor and th Boot Hill cemetery :
the Chaparral theater :
where we had for ex. the Tarzan show (during summer period)
and the Mickeys Winter Wonderland show (during winter period)
and as in every other land the railwaystation :
Tomorrow I will post some pictures of the next land : Adventureland
Thanks for the photos so far, I just went out to the Disneyland Paris website and was poking around a bit to see some more pictures. Looks like you have two parks over there, I still have to look more into the second park though...Interesting, You have Discoveryland instead of Tomorrowland. I was looking at the "Phanton Manor" and they didn't show in the pictures any doom buggies, is that another walk through place or is it a ride? The Indiana Jones ride looks pretty cool, nothing like the ride out in Disneyland USA...I also liked "Alice's Curious Labyrinth"...I cannot wait to go some day...
Phantom Manor also has the Doom buggies, I will post some pictures of that tomorrow.
And for Indiana Jones : a few years ago, they turn the ride "around" : you made the ride backwards, so even more thrilling.
And "Alice's labyrinth" ... those pictures will be posted also tomorrow when I arrive in Fantasyland.
For now : good night to all of you at the other side of the ocean. Here it's already 1.35 am.
Some of your Adventureland reminds me of the Morocco pavilion at EPCOT.
Now we enter the 3rd land (clockwise) : Fantasyland
We step through the gate of Sleeping Beauty's Castle
and here we find the dark-ride Snowwhite:
also a dark-ride : the adventures of Pinocchio
and probably the same as in WDW, Peter Pan's Flight:
wa also have a carrousel, but in Paris it is called Lancelot's Carrousel:
and we also have Dumbo the Flying Elephant:
and Mad Hatter's Tea Cups:
Alice's Curious Labyrinth, a real labyrinth with all kinds of characters from the movie spread over it:
Casey Jr., the little circus train:
le Pays des Contes de Fées (the land of Fairy Tales), where you step in little boats and pass by sceneries of different fairy tales:
here you see the castle of the Beast and the village of Belle with the fountain in the middle of it and on the 2nd picture you see and the castle of the Wizard of Oz
and we also have It's a small world:
Next time we will visit Discoveryland.
But sometimes you have to go back to find the right way.
During summer period there are some water sprinkles here and there throughout the labyrinth, so the kids love it.
In the middle of the labyrinth you'll find the castle of the Queen of Hearts and in the first few years that the parc was open you could leave the castle by a slide. But they closed that part for safety reasons.
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