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Nixz Fri 12-Aug-05 22:02:57

Im lookin at going to Euro Disney at christmas or new year for a few nights. Just picked up a holiday brochure fron Thomas Cook and i estimate about £1200 for a 3 night stay at one of the hotels with in the park itself. Am i just a cheap\skate or does anyone thing this is a tad pricey??!!!!! Anyone been, had a great time and didnt break the bank???

Nixz Fri 12-Aug-05 22:03:42

Forgot to say, 2 adults and 1 almost 5 year old.

Hulababy Fri 12-Aug-05 22:08:15

DLP is expensive to go relative to many places. Go for one of the cheaper hotels or Davy Crocketts and it will go down a bit.

We went recently for 5 days and it was great fun. Dd (3yo) loved every second. Not as fab as Florida, as not as big, byut for her it was still magical.

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 22:09:13

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SleepyJess Fri 12-Aug-05 22:12:24

OMG is it that expensive??! I didn't realise..!.. we were there same time as Ainsmum.. but ours was paid for by Starlight Wish Foundation.

It was magical though! Want to live there!!!!

SleepyJess Fri 12-Aug-05 22:13:44

And I've killed every thread I've posted on this evening so I'm flouncing! (For a bath )

SJ x

Hulababy Fri 12-Aug-05 22:14:13

I am assuming that price is to be there right over the Christmas/New year period, rather than December/January in general?

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 22:15:00

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Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 22:42:58

How do you want to travel?

Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 22:46:47

Hotel Cheyenne 17th Dec, 3 nights £580. No travel.

Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 22:48:10

Would be £400 if child is still 4yrs.

Nixz Fri 12-Aug-05 23:02:48

I would like to go for new year ideally, 30th - 2nd something\like that.
I will try expedia - thanks for that.
If i stay in a hotel off the park - does the price include the tickets for the park.

Nixz Fri 12-Aug-05 23:07:32

I was thinking that flying would be the best option,but was advised by the Travel Agent that the Eurostar would be a better way of travel. Suits me, i hate flying!

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:07:43

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Nixz Fri 12-Aug-05 23:18:16

Thanks Aimsmum, i will give it a try now. How do i go about getting the entry tickets?

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:21:08

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Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 23:41:00

30th dec, hotel cheyenne 667.00 GBP 3 nights. Pricey time to go.

We have always flown with ryan air as its costs too much to drive or get train from Scotland.

SleepyJess Fri 12-Aug-05 23:42:36

I don't want to live in Paris per se Ainsmum.. I want to live at Disneyland in the fairy tale castle no less! (naturally!!)

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:43:39

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Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 23:44:14

Definatlly bank loan required for the castle.

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:44:35

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Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 23:45:35

Aimsmum who did you book through?

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:47:35

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Skribble Fri 12-Aug-05 23:50:55

Might try them it always annoys me when they add on flight charges for Scottish airports. Still haven't decided on next Aprils big holiday.

Aimsmum Fri 12-Aug-05 23:54:32

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