No Kids?! Top 5 Things at Disneyland Paris for Adults & Couples!

No Kids?! Top 5 Things at Disneyland Paris for Adults & Couples!


Did you ditch the kids when they turned
18, decided they weren’t worth the effort to begin with or just simply left them
at home to fend for themselves at the age of four; well you have come to the
right place. Here are the top five things to do at Disneyland Paris as adults only Hidden inside disneyland hotel is the
softly lit piano bar Cafe Fantasia Inspired by Mickey’s biggest adventure,
musical notes fill the bar area where you can enjoy a relaxing cocktail or
even have one made to order as we did The staff are accommodating the
atmosphere calm and peaceful, making it the perfect place to unwind and have a
refreshing thirst-quenching drink Number two: Feeding like a break from all
the happy Disney music: take a five minute journey from Disneyland’s train
station to Val D’Europe. Comprising of more than 150 shopping wishes from high street chains to stylish French designs there’s even a Sea Life Aquarium thrown
in giving you hours of window shopping and actual shopping. Outside the massive
complex lives a chic French outlet village full of top French designers
that make a day at Disneyland Paris seem inexpensive. Number three: If you
are an adult and short on time then make Disney Studios your first stop. Overall
it has a more grown-up feel to it focusing its theming on moviemaking and
film history. There’s a 1950s vibe with jazz bands. A Hollywood celebrity feel
with the production courtyard and unbelievably a Parisian touch with
Disney’s real live Gusteau from Ratatouille. At the Art of Animation
attraction you will discover the history behind moving and spoken pictures, how
Walt Disney change the industry with these revolutionary methods and even
audition your own voices over classic Disney Animations St Motors, Action, Stunt Show Spectacular witness the best live show Disneyland Paris has to offer for grown-ups with
breathtaking stunts and the magic behind making them a reality. The rides
themselves offer bigger thrills than the main Disneyland park such as my personal favorite the spinning Crushes Coaster, one of the most intense Disney
attractions Rock N Roller Coaster featuring Aerosmith and the always
unpredictable Twilight Zone Tower of Terror, the best drop ride I have ever
been on. Disney Studios should be your first stop so that once you have visited
the main Disneyland Park you can come back again for seconds Number 4: I’m not sure about you but as a
couple one of our favorite pastimes is eating lots and lots of three-course
meals. If you enjoy putting on weight in a short space of time then I highly
recommend the Disney Dine Plan. If you are intending on sampling Disney’s
finest restaurants then these pre-booked vouchers will save you a pretty penny.
During our four-day stay we enjoyed eight three-course meals each with their
own personality and benefits. Walt’s had the best food overlooking Main Street
USA, Chez Remy had the best theming making you feel like a tiny rodent in a big
kitchen. Cafe Mickey allows you to have your time with Minnie and Mickey without
needing to queue. The Steakhouse delivers and awesome steak and fries in an
attractive Chicago setting. Buffalo Bills lets you watch a live-action cowboys and
Indians performance whilst biting down on food from the outback. Annettes Diner
does a mean burger and milkshake with waiters zooming by on rollerskates. The
Blue Lagoon sits you down amongst the Pirates of the Caribbean ride with
atmospheric sounds and mood lighting and the Agrabah Cafe is a heavily themed
Aladdin buffet giving African food you can’t find elsewhere in the park.
All-in-all there is something for everyone and you won’t be disappointed
checking out at least a few of these unique dining experiences. For a more
in-depth review of these restaurants be sure to check out my other videos on
this YouTube channel. And number five: A little known secret is that you can
actually book your own Disney cast member to take you on a two-hour guided
walking tour around each of the parks You can pre-book these in advance
through their website, at your Disney hotel or at the guest services in each
park. Although this is supposed to be a group tour both times we ended up having
a private session so you can really get into the detail of what makes a Disney
park so rich. You can hear fascinating stories about the design of the park, the
minute features that goes into making the experience what it is and all of the
Hidden Mickeys that you can find or can’t. Here is one… there!
There is so much detail that goes unnoticed and these tours bring the
parks to life. Want to know what these numbers mean or why these pillars
stopped a parade dead in their tracks then book a private tour around
Disneyland Paris and Disney Studios and get to see a side of the magic that few
witness. Be sure to check out my other videos on this channel featuring other
Disneyland Paris videos as well as our recent Kenyan Safari thanks for watching!

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