I realise two months have elapsed since I got back from Disneyland Paris. We went to Finland just a few weeks later and I found my Lapland post difficult to write. I lost my flow but I’m back today with another travel post in my Disneyland series: Frontierland.
After wandering around Fantasyland, we headed to Frontierland. Making a beeline for the Frozen area I had noticed on my map. The park looked as though Elsa had just passed through. With the freezing fog which delayed our flight coating everything in delicate ice.
The Frozen section was slightly disappointing. Besides hundreds of children queued for a chance to meet the characters, there wasn’t much going on.
We realised a Frozen parade was taking place just outside, so ran to catch it.
Phantom Manor, Frontierland
As it was New Year’s Day, the park was quiet. So we didn’t have to queue long for rides. I love Phantom Manor and it looked amazing in the frost.
I’m such a wuss when it comes to rides but love a ghost train. Phantom Manor is my favourite ride in Disneyland.
Visiting the park on a quieter day was a lot of fun. We had plenty of time to go between areas and not worry about planning our day.
The Nightmare Before Christmas
I’m a huge Nightmare Before Christmas fan and whilst we didn’t meet Jack and Sally, I loved seeing the little NMBC touches.
Two of my all-time favourite films have their Disney home in Frontierland so it was a fun part of the mark to explore.
What’s your favourite Disney film?