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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on Yesterday at 02:07:40 PM »
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Planning a surprise trip in 2021
« Last post by haribosmum on March 20, 2019, 01:30:09 PM »
Talking of wet, if you get a wet evening, go see Illuminations.  Normally I'm not one for standing out in the rain, but the lasers shimmer in the rain & look brilliant!  :D

and it's not normally so busy so can get there later than normal and still find a good spot :-)
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Disneyland Paris News & Rumours / Re: Magical Pride - 1st June 2019
« Last post by AJDisney on March 19, 2019, 11:17:03 PM »
Just a heads up, there is a 20% AP discount on this :)
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Videopolis / Re: dlrpfans videos
« Last post by filipv on March 19, 2019, 02:15:31 PM »
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Planning a surprise trip in 2021
« Last post by rocker on March 19, 2019, 01:50:40 PM »
I've been mid feb 3 times and had different weather each one - snow, mild & wet!

Talking of wet, if you get a wet evening, go see Illuminations.  Normally I'm not one for standing out in the rain, but the lasers shimmer in the rain & look brilliant!  :D
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Planning a surprise trip in 2021
« Last post by haribosmum on March 19, 2019, 10:22:58 AM »
I've been mid feb 3 times and had different weather each one - snow, mild & wet!  We like February (booked again for next year).  Book dates as early as you can, we got an amazing price for Newport Bay Compass Club, hadn't seen it as cheap ever.  Park normally shuts about 7 which means illuminations earlier, though also means not as many park hours.  But not as busy so can get plenty done and then go have evening meal and a good nights sleep.  I struggled when we did August as didn't leave park till gone 11pm.

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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: Planning a surprise trip in 2021
« Last post by rocker on March 18, 2019, 10:12:18 PM »
It could be very cold.  Layers layers layers is what you need.  Did February half term last year & the year before.  Last year we had lots of snow & ice - was sub zero so it was triple socks & big coats.  We'd escape inside & take our time over lunches to escape the cold & warm up & took a flask for tea.  I'd send pics if I were able to attach them here. 

Even though it was half term when we went, park was v quiet so I'm sure it will be quiet for you.  If you are a rides person, then perfect, although there are less shows & other stuff going on at that time of year.

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Hello There, I really do need a lot of help by finding any Audio Tracks or Recording Sessions from Euro Disney's It's A Small World all over the internet since it was heard in April 12th 1992, I was watching rickydoodlebug's video on his YouTube and he has these tracks because they were very specific and it was never uploaded on in internet. Where can I find all of the Euro Disney Tracks from the 1992 Version and the 2015 Reopening Version of the Small World Attraction all over the internet?

Unfortunately I can't find all of these tracks and a lot of people on YouTube wanted to Download and Listen to all of these tracks, Even though the John Debney's 1992 Version used to play in the It's A Small World Attraction from June of 1993 to September of 2002 at Disneyland in California.

Please Help me as soon as you can.

Thank You So Much and I hope you'll help me very soon.
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Disneyland Paris Trip Planning / Re: When's your next visit?
« Last post by NCC1701Q on March 17, 2019, 04:29:20 PM »
A week during Easter Break, starting Friday the 26th of April.
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Disneyland Paris News & Rumours / Re: Magic cards
« Last post by Thaliel on March 17, 2019, 02:44:16 PM »
pro: you can keep your magic card after your visit as a souvenir

con: any cards visitors do not keep will have to be discarded/recycled, which sounds rather bad for the environment
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