Disneyland Paris.

Most little girls dream of visiting Disneyland. As a child I imagined Disneyland as a land of bright colours where dreams come true. Visiting Disneyland Paris with my mum and as a 21-year-old exceeded all my expectations.

I was a bit worried I would think it was lame and that the magic perhaps dissapears once you grow up, but it was completely the opposite. As I get older my memory links in more with all of my senses (instead of just sight and hearing) so I noticed more aspects than I would have as a child. I had so much fun pretending I was as carefree as a child again in the most visited theme park in Europe.

Disneyland truly is the happiest place in the world and I barely stopped smiling.

Yes, I did wear my Minnie Mouse ears all day.

We began our day at Disneyland Park and first we visited the Discoveryland area.

The Buzz Lightyear Lazer Blast ride was my favourite as it was a game too – you got to shoot lazers and gained points for hitting targets.

I am not an adrenaline junkie and instead I love pretty things, so Fantasyland was my favourite part of Disneyland.

Sleeping Beauty’s Castle.

Alice’s Curious Labyrinth.

Le Carrousel de Lancelot.

Mad Hatter Tea Cups.

“It’s a small world” ride which goes through many countries in the world and in each area “it’s a small world” is sung in their native language. So very cute.

Adventureland has the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, which goes for at least 5 minutes and takes you on a journey through the dark and scary seas. It was my mum and my favourite ride of Disneyland.

I hoped this photo alone would convince my mum to grow her hair long again!

We finished off the day with a one and a half hour speedy visit to Walt Disney Studios, which is next door to Disneyland Park. Walt Disney Studios focuses on the processes that go into creating movies.

Cruella de Vil’s car from 101 Dalmatians.

The Studio Tram Tour, which shows you how they do stunts and how to fake ‘natural’ disasters and catastrophes in films.

Hollywood Boulevard.

Of course I had to get a keep sake. Meow!

Whether you’re a thrill seeker or just want to pretend you’re a child again Disneyland Paris is fun for all ages. Hopefully the next Disney park I visit will be DisneySea in Japan.


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