Sunday, July 3, 2011

Disneyland, here we come!

Today we start a new week long adventure to Disneyland Paris Resort.  We will catch the Eurostar from London to Paris Disneyland, it should take us about 2 and a half hours.

We've been to Disneyland Paris before and we loved it so much that we had to bring the kids back this trip too.  It is the ideal place for people with kids, everything is suited to families with kids.  

Nathan is most excited about the new and different rides, Emma wants to meet the characters and I just think she will look so cute in one of those Minnie Mouse ear hats!

Here are some photos from our last trip to Disney.

The entrance

The Disneyland Hotel

Emma and I (how cheeky is she!)

Nathan with the castle behind him.

Meeting Mickey Mouse

On the teacup ride with Suey

 Nathan was a big fan of Buzz Lightyear back then

I love this photo, the two of them under an umbrella light post that rains on you, just included it because it was cute.

I don't know who bought Nathan the sword but I am pretty sure it would not of been me.  Here he is being a warrior

Just cuteness

Another shot out the front.

There really is no better theme park than Disneyland.

Last time the Buzz Lightyear ride was the favourite for everyone in our family, I wonder if that will change this time round?  

I'll share some more of our last trip to Paris soon.


  1. oooo, look at how cute they are. Have a great time. ;)

  2. Just a grammatical correction...

    You tend to write 'must of' and 'not of' when I think you mean to say 'must have' and 'not have.'

    "I must have seen this before"
    "I have seen this before"


    "I must of seen this before"
    "I of seen this before."

  3. My blog is just me sharing different parts of my life. If my grammar is not always correct I really don't care that's not what the process is about. If it bothers you just don't read it.

  4. It doesn't bother me as such and I didn't mean to offend you. I just read that you are teaching in an Elementary School and thought that, hopefully, you would prefer not to make errors in your day-to-day writing that may be picked up by your students. Just trying to offer a bit of advice! Apologies for any offence caused by my post. Dave


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