Okay, some of you may have seen my earlier post ref Euro holiday locations for my 30th.
I'm loving the idea of Disneyland Paris, close by, simple, cheap travel etc
On that note can people recommend any cheap, but nice, hotels, dont have to be on the Disney doorstep as i'll have my car.
Also any tips, restuarants etc, much appreciated.
Dont expect white knuckle rides at any Disney Resort though. They are exremely tame and not at all exciting compared to parks that specialise in rides, as opposed to a gentle theme.
Yeah i know bob, been to the American parks (Both large and small ones) and i appreciate Disney isnt a big, crazy ride style theme park, but that's cool, i just want a fun few days, feel like a kid again and smile, plus some of the rides are cool, space mountain, tower of terror and aerosmith, so enough to amuse me im sure.
I think Disneyland Paris will be great for what you're looking for - we had a fab time there a few years ago. Possibly the most relaxing long weekend I've ever had! We stayed at the New York hotel - it was great to have a place on site, very convenient if you needed to change clothes half way through the day. We went into Paris on the RER, but I seem to recall there were also organised tours to Paris and Versailles.
Disneyland my dream place from my childhood I were promised myself to visit this place at least once . And my dream its just 1 step far from me . Me and my friends we booked Paris trip with - snip-.They gave us good packages of hotel , food and flight tickets
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If you will go to Paris anyway, why not sleep there and travel to Disneyland by RER train? The hotels near Euro Disney are all very expensive and its the same for the parking fee. If you must sleep at one of Euro Disneys hotel you could also get a package deal through a travel agency.
We went to Disneyland Paris last October and we stayed at the hotel D'elysee which is affiliated Disney but not a disney hotel and it was very nice and you had a free shuttle to take you to the park and right across the street is a mall that has a full grocery store which is very helpful. Have a great time. P.s food is very expensive at Disney. We got to hot chocolates and 2 donuts and it was about 14.00 dollars.