Space Mountain: De la Terre à la Death Star

Looking back at Disneyland Paris’ history is a tumultuous affair with highs and lows throughout its history Michael Eisner successfully brought The Walt Disney Company back from the brink of destruction after a disastrous dark period in the 1970s and the beginning of the 1980s. Eisner’s confidence in the EuroDisney project led to massive overspending […]

Phantom Manor Re-Imagined.- Celebrating the Best Disneyland Paris Ride

Everyone has their favorite attraction at Disneyland Paris. Many enjoy the thrills of the Big Thunder Mountain Railroad, others love the more classic rides like Peter Pan’s Flight, and quite a few prefer to go over to the Studios for Crush’s Coaster or Tower of Terror. But for me, none of these rides hold a […]

Kat & Zoe’s Favorite things are Disneyland Park

KAT: Hello, everyone! Today for an American in Disneyland Paris, we’re going to be doing something a little different. This week’s article is going to be a comparison of American and British favorites with a special collaboration between DLPReport and Zoe, more commonly known as Caffeine & Pixie Dust on social media and YouTube! ZOE: […]

An American in (Disneyland Paris), Part 12: Walking Through!

Walkthrough attractions. Some people love them and obsess over tiny details in the displays, while others see them as a waste of space that should be torn down for more interesting attractions with a ride track. Personally, I absolutely adore walkthrough attractions. Being able to control my own path and focus on the things that […]

An American in Disneyland Paris – Part 10: Keeping up the Facade

Construction in the Disney parks is just a fact of life. No matter when you go, there’s always going to be the disappointment of one of the rides you wanted to go on being closed, or your favorite restaurant not being open for the day, or a particular attraction that was supposed to be open […]

An American in Disneyland Paris, Part 9: All Aboard, the Disney Parks Railroads!

I like trains. They get me different places quickly and allow me to have fantastic views of the land around me. The trains I’ve ridden on from ranged from 9 minutes from Charles de Gaulle Airport to Disneyland to an 8-hour long journey across Switzerland, but I rarely go on trains “just for fun”. That’s […]