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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
Disneyland Paris has always been the most beautiful of the Magic Kingdom parks which leaves us U.S. theme park based fans jealous. The number one item that turns us green with envy is the dragon lair under Sleeping Beauty Castle. … Continue reading
Okay. This one is extra cute. So cute that even though it’s in a foreign language (Dutch in this case) I wanted to share it with you. The new Dutch TV show Let’s Get Married has filmed a segment in … Continue reading
Okay, it’s not exactly Origami, but they did use an Origami expert to recreate Sleeping Beauty castle from Disneyland Paris. It’s now in a London mall attracting potential tourists to learn more about the destination. It took three weeks of … Continue reading