I haven't been and stayed off site for a very very long time.... I know the park officially opens at 10:00, but from what time can we go into the park? I know they let everyone in a bit before (even if we cannot get out of Main Street).
you will get through the turnstiles at around 9.30am
I seem to remember that you can sent your shopping to a collecting point in the Disney Village (as you can do with the hotels). Is this service still working? And does anyone have any experience with it? Does it get very busy? Where exactly is it?
yes, they still do this. You have to have bought your items before 2.30pm, and remember to tell the cashier before they start ringing things through that you'd like them delivered to the store in the Village. It used to be the big store there, it might be World of Disney now, I'm not sure.
I also seem to remember that parking at the Disney Village is actually cheaper than then DLP car park, is this true?
yes, its 8 euros per day at the Vinci car park in the Village, its 15 euros for the DLP car park.
And now more importantly, about the rides... Unfortunately the teacups, Le Pays des Contes des Fées and Casey Jr are closed when we go I know we can do IASW and Dumbo with the little ones, and my sister wants to do Peter Pan. What other rides would you recommend we try with the little ones (17, 19 and 21 months old!) I was thinking about trying Pirates of the Caribbean but my husband isn't sure about the drops... Have any of you tried with small children?
And Dreams... Again I think children will enjoy it (the park closes at 7, so at least it's not too late for any of them, they should all be awake for Dreams!) At least I think Alicia will, she saw a bit of it on youtube and she was all aaaaaah, oooooh But again my husband thinks that some bits may be scary... Your thoughts?
no its not scary and I think all the kids will love it . The music and the pictures on the castle immerse you completely.
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