People around the world are currently in lockdown, due to Coronavirus, which comes with many challenges. Entertaining the whole family, teaching nan how to Facetime and for any primary school parents, working out what on earth phonics are. Faced with little prospect of current restrictions ending anytime soon, the dream of a future Disney trip offers a ray of hope in these dark times. But how will that trip to the Happiest Place on Earth look in the future?
Disney parks are full of wonderous attractions but each one of these comes with a design flaw never mentioned in the glossy adverts, the queue. Unfortunately, the better the attraction the more people who flock to it. Rarely do the aspirational TV spots show wait times of over 2 hours, which for many rides are not uncommon.
Continue reading Queues – a blog worth waiting for
As part of Project Sparkle Disney has been working through its major attractions and updating them with modern technology and extra magic touches. This new Blog series will look at rides that could have been next in line and examines what Disney could do to make them sparkle. First for the Pimp my Ride treatment is Crush’s Coaster.
Continue reading Pimp my Ride Series: 1. Crush’s Coaster
DLP Genie Rating: 4/5
Anyone who has been a long standing visitor to Disneyland Paris Resort understands how amazing theming is around the Disneyland Park. From Main street USA to the pirate themed Adventureland the Disneyland Park is immersive and quite frankly….amazing. The Walt Disney Studios park on the other hand was a little plain and well….boring in comparison. This started to change with the construction of The Twilight Tower of Terror, the Toy Story themed zone and ultimately the newest addition…Place de la Remy. This newest part of the park is undoubtably one of the nicest and best themed parts of the park. It only contains one ride, one shop and one restaurant; Bistro Chez Remy. Continue reading Bistro Chez Remy Review
Disney is just over a month away from starting its 25th Birthday celebrations. Like everyone who hits their mid twenties, they begin to reflect and think what they are going to do better this year. While the new Maleficant parade dragon is stealing the headlines the new hotel arrangements have gone under the radar. The end of complimentary breakfast. Continue reading Santa Fe breakfast review
You wake up after your first sleep in at your Disney hotel and you are faced with your first dilema of the trip, Extra Magic Hours or sleep in?
To encourage people to stay on site, Disney open one of their parks 2 hours earlier and restrict access to a limited number of people. As a hotel guest you can feel like a VIP and enter the park while others look on envious. Continue reading Extra Sleep or Extra Magic Hours?