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I recently took a one day trip to Disneyland Paris, and I made sure to snag some photos of the progress being made on Disney Dreams! During the dark hours of the night, the park has been testing various elements when … Continue reading
I’ve never been to Disneyland Paris (I missed the grand opening by 3 months too early); a deficiency I hope to rectify some day soon. A new video celebrating Disneyland Paris’ 20th Anniversary fits some of the highlights of the … Continue reading
Seems like we were just celebrating Disneyland Paris’ 15th Anniversary. But five years have indeed raced by and now we’re on the doorstep of the 3rd decade for the park. They’d better make it count, Disney’s themeparks are known for … Continue reading
Disneyland Paris Resort and its operating company Euro-Disney SCA have spent years on a carefully crafted plan to eliminate some of the mountains of debt the resort was left with after opening with too many hotels. For a while they … Continue reading