11.14.2012

Better late than never never land

As a special birthday treat, Boyfriend and I took a day off work and spent the day at Eurodisney. We got in for free as it was our birthday week (woooot) and it was pretty nice to just walk around aimlessly and take pictures and get our brains knocked to a pulp riding Space mountain. True to myself I lost my courage while queueing for Indiana Jones and left Boyfriend to do that on his own while I watched the parade. Good times. My favourite ride is still ands down the Alice in wonderland cups and saucers. Some things just never get old. Ready for some pics of Disney interior design?

Oh but first, let's take a moment to remember the lovely carrot cake that my Mama baked specially for my birthday. YUM. Nothing beats my Mama's cooking.


Right, off we go! Iiiiiiit's a small world aaaafter allll, laaaalalalalaaaalalaaaa...





I like the little village bit at the entrance. Dream house alert!

It was all Halloweenie as well, which was nice although I'm not a huge fan of the ghosts myself. These ones are Disney, which means they are cute by definition. And friendly.



 
 On to Alice and her teacups and labyrinth.



I think I need these for my terrace. 


Photobomb powa

We also had a look in and around the palace, which I had never done. Owls everywhere! It's so cuuuuuute!! Look:






The parade was a little bit scary. As in lots of make up and mechanical animals and a weird song and choreography that they keep on singing over and over again. 


 I did see Winnie though. I'm pretty sure he winked at me too.

 Like I said: pretty scary.


Then it got a little cloud and I got a little artsy.




And here are the random pics I couldn't fit into my story. 


Boyfriend was wearing his "STAFF" hoodie and right after I snapped this pic an American woman walked up to him and asked if she was allowed to take a picture of her son with Tigger...she thought he was Tigger's security guard!!! Oh how we laughed. I know, we are evil. But come on! How silly can you be?





So there you have it! A day at Eurodisney with Tigger's security guard. I'll admit I'm a little starstruck ^^

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the compliment! You took some great pictures,the buildings are so magical. I love those Alice teacups too. Not surprised B was mistaken for security guard, wonder if all the characters in the USA Disney parks have security guards, lol? That lion's eyeballs make him look scary.
    Good that you had a fun time!

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