Finally I have got around to writing about our trip in February, apologies to those that have been waiting to read it.
The day to drive to Dover has arrived, we are staying overnight near the ferry port then we are booked on the ferry to Calais tomorrow morning and like last time we are driving.
I’m only going to write about one of the two Disneyland Paris trips we have booked for 2020, and that trip is in February. The second booked trip is Christmas, which one of us will blog about at a later date.
Not the longest of posts today but realised we haven’t posted in a little while. I thought I would post about our experiences in the parks and shops for people on the plus side.
Having raved in my post about gluten free eating at Disney having had such a range of choice at Disneyworld it was now time to see how the French parks matched up.
Day 3 had arrived which meant our last morning in the world of magic before travelling home. We had a rough plan of where we wanted to go and what we wanted to do, and we basically stuck to it.
Due to how we had booked our travel this was our only full day at Disneyland Paris and boy did we want to make the most of it. I say we, Beans was expecting some kind of break in the day but he had obviously forgotten who he was with! Oh and be warned this will be a long one.
Travel day had arrived, well part one of our travel, which was home, near Southampton, to Folkestone. We got to Folkestone and the Premier Inn we had booked about 8pm and decided to use Deliveroo to order some food.
Just to show this blog isn’t just about Walt Disney World in Florida it’s time to add Disneyland Paris into the mix and the holiday we haven’t yet mentioned.
Hurricane season has officially arrived at the most magical place in the world with Hurricane Dorian soon to blow through.