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Disneyland Paris Dining / Re: Using more than one voucher?
« Last post by AndyLau on Today at 09:35:45 AM »
Oooh, I see. Thanks a lot! We will leave on our 3rd day, which means we have 2 meal vouchers we can't use anywhere :(
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Budgie Smugglers in swimming pools
« Last post by Do88y on Yesterday at 09:17:19 PM »
Great thanks for the info 👍🏻
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Budgie Smugglers in swimming pools
« Last post by NCC1701Q on Yesterday at 06:01:55 PM »
I can confirm the last reply as I was at the Newport Bay Clubs pool today :)
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Budgie Smugglers in swimming pools
« Last post by never2old on Yesterday at 04:34:01 PM »
unless they've changed the rules in the last year, that rule does not apply to the Disney hotels. I think it's only mandatory for 'public' pools, so hotels are basically free to apply it or not. Some partner hotels do enforce it (like the Explorers), but the Disney hotels do not - and neither does the Village Nature.

So swimming shorts are OK in the Disney hotels pools
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Home Imagineering / Re: What would you keep?
« Last post by Mushu_Stitch on Yesterday at 04:32:49 PM »
Now I have questions  ;D

If you're going to keep Ratatouille (remember WDS is closing) then where would you put it?  Would it be a replacement for Adventure Isle and, if so, how does that fit with Pirates and Indiana Jones?  Or would you being moving the whole of Place de Remy into the area behind Fantasyland where Casey and the funny boat thing is? 

Totally agree that Main Street and the castle and the hub all stay put, I would also leave Fantasyland well alone.  However, I really would want to keep some of WDS attractions.  Frontierland is safe, love BTM and Phantom Manor.  Adventureland will be losing the tree and ToT is going in with a Tarzan makeover.  It's bye bye to Discoveryland, this is now a Pixar land with  AC replacing Autopia, Ratatouille going into Star Tours location (it's had it's day  :o) Space Mountain is safe but it's also having a makeover so say hello to Incredibles coaster, in the dark.  Buzz, despite being Pixar, is also gone and we are welcoming in Crush.  Finally, Discoverland theatre is now home to Mickey and The Magician ( I know it's not Pixar but it's brilliant).  Oh and the submarine can move out for slinky dog.




I would say Ratatouille fits in better in the space that would open up in Fantasyland. Would definitely fit in better there then where Adventure Isle is.

Love the ideas you have as well. Especially think space mountain becoming an Incredibles ride is a brilliant idea, would fit within your new Pixar land perfectly. The one bit I would disagree with is getting rid of Buzz, I do enjoy that one so definitely think it has some value staying in. Plus it would help tie in the RC racer and slinky dog and almost become a new mini Toy Story land within the Pixar land.
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Budgie Smugglers in swimming pools
« Last post by JMB on Yesterday at 02:49:59 PM »
I've read that, on this forum I think so probably worth a search.  I think it's due to being in France, not because it's Disney
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Pre Halloween week, how busy?
« Last post by JMB on Yesterday at 02:47:53 PM »
There is A Halloween party on the 26th as well as the 31st this year, so that weekend could be quite manic
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Budgie Smugglers in swimming pools
« Last post by Do88y on Yesterday at 10:43:18 AM »
Is it true if I booked a room in In a Disney hotel with a swimming pool and I wanted to use the pool I have to wear budgie smugglers? (Speedo style swimming trunks)

Im wear swimming shorts and definitely wouldn’t wear speedo’s.... 🤨
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Urgent Help please!
« Last post by claire2281 on Yesterday at 10:20:18 AM »
I can only think of the Walt Disney Travel Company which is the official one. But you'd have to call them now as it's too late to book online. Hope you sort something!
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Disneyland Paris Dining / Re: Using more than one voucher?
« Last post by Zee79 on July 15, 2019, 05:45:14 PM »
Sorry unfortunately no, it's one voucher per person per meal. You can use a voucher as part payment for a more expensive restaurant but that is it.
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