My favourite part of Disneyland Paris is Fantasyland, as I love the whole fairy tale thing. On New Year’s Day, We had the most fun exploring this part of the park and returned throughout the day and evening, going on silly rides and wandering around Alice In Wonderland’s maze.
The frost made everything look really magical and blended so well with the fake snow, I had a hard time working out what was real.
I’ve loved Alice In Wonderland since I was a little girl and clearly we’re both big kids at heart as we loved Alice In Wonderland’s Curious Maze.
The tea cup ride looked too cute to not go on, so despite being two adults we did and it was hilarious. I’m such a wuss when it comes to rides, even that was slightly scary.
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After exploring the Alice In Wonderland stuff we headed over to the Princess Pavilion, although no Disney Princesses were hanging around.
We went on It’s A Small World and I think I’ll have that song stuck in my head for the rest of my life.
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As we wandered back through the park we caught one of the shows which featured all the princesses.
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Trying to find the steam train we came across this little ride. As it was New Year’s Day the queues were minor, so we got to go on lots of rides which we probably wouldn’t have bothered to queue for, but really enjoyed.
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In the evening after exploring the other parts of the park, we came back to Fantasyland and went on a carousel in the dark. Everything looked so pretty in the dark, illuminated in fairy lights.
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