Dis­ney­land Paris for a Min­nie-break?

Irish Daily Mail - - Travel -

HEARD the one about the Finn who worked as one of the char­ac­ters at Dis­ney­land Paris and was asked if she spoke French?

I know the French are quack­ers but? Paula, as I’ll call her be­cause that’s her name though she was known as Min­nee in Pa­reeee, just shrugged her shoul­ders in­sou­ciantly as the kids came up to her. It pretty much did the job.

Not to put you off Dis­ney­land Paris, of course. For a start it’s the clos­est Dis­ney to us, and ev­ery­body, big kid and small, should visit the Magic King­dom at least once in their life­time.

The park has had 320mil­lion vis­its since it opened its doors in 1992, with of course many go­ing back time and time again.

And it seems our ap­petite is still not sated with Dis­ney­land Paris set to dou­ble vis­i­tor ca­pac­ity, triple the num­ber of ho­tel rooms and pos­si­bly build a third theme park by 2030.

So what will you be get­ting. Only the su­per­stars... Marvel, Frozen and Star Wars, that’s who.

Of course there are no short­age of deals.

Click&Go has four nights at Dis­ney’s New­port Bay Club, de­part­ing on May 24, room only, stan­dard max 4, for two adults, two chil­dren, fly­ing from Dublin from €929pp. visit www.click­andgo.com.

Dis­ney­land Paris has a Spring/ Sum­mer of­fer of up to 25% off ho­tel and park tick­ets plus free half board meals for ar­rivals from April 2 to Novem­ber 6 if booked by Fe­bru­ary 11.

And if you book the above of­fer you will get one quick ser­vice break­fast voucher and one meal voucher per per­son per night (over 3 years old) that you can use for lunch or din­ner at se­lected restau­rants through­out Dis­ney­land theme park.

Don’t worry if you don’t have any French, all Mickey, Min­nie and Don­ald want af­ter all is a hug. See www.dis­ney­land­paris.ie.


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