We went to the mickey cafe for breakfast. Lots of characters there. Cinderella lunch is even more expensive but worth it for small pink people. Pirates restaurant good if you sit near the water. Do book all the restaurants you want to go to. McDonald's just outside if you want a cheaper evening meal! Take snacks. And water. Lock for buggy if you are taking one, or they get pinched unless battered maclaren Cheaper snacks available in the train station before entrance. Otherwise buffets are good ish value if you are hungry. If you buy a sandwich from one of the stalls the receipt gives you a free hot drink in the afternoon. I think the dlp entrance starts from the first morning. We are staying in a cheap hotel not far from Paris so can go straight to hotel, pick up tix, go in to park, & check in later.
Check out the dlp nutterswebsite & forum for more tips.
Food, add your hotel budget again It's hideously expensive. Buy all Disney branded treats here & take in suitcase. Outfits are again horribly priced. Mine have a suitcase full of Disney branded stuff for. £2 each from sports direct to have a new mickey t shirt every day. Will get the DD's Cinderella outfit here before.
Please can someone help me out? We would like to take our 5 year old DS to Disneyland Paris. I have just looked at the costs for the three of us at it comes at £1000 for 4 nights (buy 2 nights and get 2 nights free).
Is it worth it staying at the Disneyland resort hotel? Would we miss out if we stayed offsite? Also if we were to stay off site does anyone have any recommendations as to which hotels/ caravan sites to go for?
And finally, how much money should I set aside for spending for food etc?