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As a 10-percent holder of stock in Euro-Disney, Disneyland Paris’ parent company, Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed, potentially had the power to scuttle The Walt Disney Company’s $1.25 Billion bailout of Disneyland Paris. No one expected that action as the Prince … Continue reading
The 60th attraction of the Disneyland Paris resort just opened putting a great big smile on the faces of guests. Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy (or Ratatouille: The Adventure) opened inside Walt Disney Studios on July 10th. It’s part … Continue reading
In case you need another reason to get excited for summer, here’s a pretty good one: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy. Disneyland Paris recently announced the opening of a new section dedicated to our favorite cooking rat, which will house … Continue reading
Good news from Disneyland Paris, the Pirates of the Caribbean attraction in which a 5-year old child was injured on Wednesday reopened for normal operations on Saturday. Authorities gave permission for the ride to reopen after it was found to … Continue reading