Travel Blogs from Marne-la-Vallée
... br> experience.
Eventhough it's expensive and costly, but it's worth visiting especially to occupy yourself whole day .
Walt Disney Studios ParkThis was an enjoyable park with some excellent rides (Tower of Terror,
Studio Tram Tour, Crush's Coaster) and shows (Moteurs Action, Animagic,
Cinemagic), but it is much smaller than the Disneyland Park and feels
it. There is less magic, ...
... was the ride! Next we headed into the next enclosed attraction, the Art of Animation, ths was in a cinema where we watched the best Disney animated movie montage I've ever seen, I just wanted to watch it again! We then moved into the next cinemas where we watch some guy explain how Mushu from Mulan was created and found out Meeko the raccoon from Pocahontas was originally going to be a turkey!!?? No wonder there is no merchandise! By now we had done most of the rides we could here ...
... to drive go carts . we had a race against dad and I and mum and mac and guess who won it was ........... Dad and I . I was so afraid cause they bet us in the line but there carts were taking slower to get to the finish line . So we ended up winning . But we still did more we went to this maze adventure but it turned out like it was a goose chase. Then we got the tastiest ice cream on earth . Thirdly went on mad haters tea cups they were spinning so fast and we saw mad hatter ...
... to our hotel Julia says "thank you mum & dad for taking us to euro Disney I really loved it", "me too, thanks mum & dad for spending lots of money and bringing us here" chimes in Mac. All worth it hey? Back at the hotel we head for a swim, it's a great indoor pool, and not too cold, even I get in. Kids think it's fantastic having a 'family swim' at 10.30. Been a BLOODY long day, showers and bed preparing ourselves to do it all again tomorrow oh ...
... implied that Notre Dame was just two blocks away, and I knew from past experience that the world-famous Berthillon ice-creamery was just a hop, step and jump from there, so we headed in that direction. I had been salivating at the thought of the divine caramel beurre sale ice-cream, so I wasn't going to miss this opportunity. But the map lied. Repeated consultations clearly showed just two blocks, but it was a good 10 blocks before we crossed to Ile de St Louis and ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed