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    I had no problems, but my parents recently went to Paris and dad got pickpocketed. Just keep luggage in sight and maybe learn how to say "stop" or "get away" in Italian and French for good measure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forkie View Post
    My favourite place in Eataly is the Cinque Terre though.
    laughing at the term "eataly" -- when we went to Italy years ago, all we did in Italy is eat!!

    OP, I admire you for going on such an epic trip with your kids!! Will be such an awesome experience for them!!

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    Awesome tip re: trains to Disneyland, thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Witwicky View Post

    Has anyone who has done Paris Disneyland also been to the original in California? I adore the original - I'm worried the Paris one will disappoint in comparison! The kids will love it either way though I suppose.
    Yes, I've been to Disneyland in California, Florida, Paris, and Tokyo, and Paris is my favourite!

    It's been a few years since I've been to the Paris one, but I used to go every year when I lived in England. It had some additional rides that the others didn't have, and a few faster more adult ones. E.g., the Indiana Jones ride, which was a backwards rollercoaster, and Space Mountain went upside down, which it doesn't at the other parks.

    Ooh, and the best bit? Book dinner at the Blue Bayeau restaurant (think that's the name). It's a restaurant inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, so you see the boats go by. You have to make a reservation though. It's super awesome

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    I am living in Europe now and when we travel we always use AirBnB, it's basically people renting out spare rooms or apartments a slight risk I guess but we have never had a problem. There are now many owned and rented out by hotel companies as well which you can research on tripadvisor too.

    We can't stand hotels after spending most of one holiday in the bathroom while DD slept in the main room! Plus you get great value for money

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    I bought an iPad for my son to watch movies and play games on for long trips. It keeps him entertained and quiet which was great for when we flew to Venice last year! We booked Venice apartments for our trip. It worked perfectly or my family and we really enjoyed the experience!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girl X View Post
    Yes, I've been to Disneyland in California, Florida, Paris, and Tokyo, and Paris is my favourite!

    It's been a few years since I've been to the Paris one, but I used to go every year when I lived in England. It had some additional rides that the others didn't have, and a few faster more adult ones. E.g., the Indiana Jones ride, which was a backwards rollercoaster, and Space Mountain went upside down, which it doesn't at the other parks.

    Ooh, and the best bit? Book dinner at the Blue Bayeau restaurant (think that's the name). It's a restaurant inside the Pirates of the Caribbean ride, so you see the boats go by. You have to make a reservation though. It's super awesome

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    That sounds amazing, thanks!


 

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