One of my favourite moments of this year so far has been the trip to Paris with Mr.B, a trip that I have been dreaming of since 7th grade when I first started French classes and this year it finally became true. I have shown you some of the highlights of that trip already, but the best thing for a girl was probably Disneyland! I have visited Disneyland in Anaheim, California 13 years ago and ever since knew that I would be back in Disneyland one day. This day was awesome and I can't describe all the emotions that I felt, but want to show you through some (ok, a lot of) pictures.
A must - the Mad Hatter Tea cups! Had to go there first!
Dumbo the flying Elephant - just awesome and saved it for last!!
The Carousel of Lancelot looked stunning, but the ride was a little short. Glad I went on another ride when we visited the Eiffel Tower.
The parade was great! Seeing all the characters, but I did miss Daisy Duck and Belle and all the characters of Beauty and the Beast. It is a story situated in a French village after all and I was sad that Frozen got so much attention, but my favourite movie of all time was really neglected in Paris. Hope it will change during the 25th anniversary celebrations next year.
A great place - Alice in Wonderland labyrinth!
The light show at night - Disney Dreams - was amazing and a great finish to our day at Disneyland!
We also visited Disney Studios that day and it was great for Mr.B as most rollercoasters at Disneyland were closed for renovations, but the Disney Studios still have a couple of great ones! I would recommend visiting the Studios at another day though, to have more time for each park.
Mr.B loved this one, I didn't go. I don't like 360° rollercoasters. This also has a twist.
And last but not least, Mr.B's favourite - crashing down with an elevator is not really my thing as we live on the 7th floor and take one every day, but he really liked this one and said it was his favourite of all.
It was a great day, but for the next visit, I want an entire weekend for both parks to have more time for all the great rides and actually hang out for a bit. I would also love to visit Disneyland in Tokio as they have a big part for Beauty and the Beast. Maybe one day! Are you a big Disneyland fan or do you think it is childish or overrated?