- Aug 31, 1999
What a cool update. It was worth waiting for. Thanks for sharing!
This trip sounds FUN!!! I would definitely spend as long as you possibly can inside Disneyland Paris. Depending on the time of year, you may not need to get the Ultimate FastPass, if crowds are light. A good bet for a late TS meal is one of the places at the Disneyland Hotel. I wouldn't waste time sitting down to eat while the park is open. On your first day in Paris you might want to do a walking/driving tour, maybe in the afternoon so you're not rushed. It will give you a good overview without having to do any complicated planning of your own.@lurkyloo Here is my plan after reading your trip report (although you are much cooler than me).
Wednesday - Arrive London 11 PM. Have a hotel at the airport that I hope has 24 hour check in
Thursday- Travel companion arrives 10 AM. Check in AirBnB at 12 Noon. Buckingham Palace stateroom entry at 4 PM (all tours sold out bummer). Dinner somewhere. Open top double decker bus night tour at 9 PM.
Friday- Tower or London and Crown Jewels at opening. Tower Bridge. If we have time I was thinking a Riverboat Tea Cruise at 3:15-4:45 PM and then get to London Eye by 5:15-5:30 PM for last available ticket. Not sure that is possible?
Saturday- Eurostar to Paris 8 AM, then maybe Arc de Triomphe and ??
Sunday- Disneyland Paris. My friend wants to see the fireworks may only do 1/2 day in the afternoon/evening skipping the Studios and buying an Ultimate FP (have more money than time) but so many rides are closed when we are there not sure if it will be worth it. Have no idea where to eat. Would kind of like a TS meal late.
Monday- Friends birthday. Seine River Lunch Cruise then Effifel Tower at 6 PM stay for sunset.
Tuesday- Fly out of Paris home.
Thanks again for your trip report. Grabbed some highlights for our trip.