I'm considering visiting Disneyland Paris (the horror, the horror...) with DS1, who'll be 7, and DD, who's 5 and wants to be Sleeping Beauty when she grows up. Do many of the rides need one adult per child, or will we be OK? (I'll be happy to stay off major rollercoasters). Will I be faced with lots of two-seater rides that we can't all go on together?
Disneyland Paris: parent/child ratios question
Dannie · 13/04/2005 10:00
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