Back to Disney Land! Because we stayed in a Disney hotel we were able to get in at 8 AM for Magic Hours. We were able to spend 2 hours in the park before the general public was allowed in. I checked the time for sunrise that day and it wasn't until 8:14. We enjoyed watching the sun rise over the park as we tried to fit in as much as we could.
You can see Mickey in the clock tower, it was just after 8 AM.
When we walked through the gates Mickey and Minnie were doing a photo shoot. We only waited behind about 4 families and then it was our turn. I don't know if you have ver tried to get a picture of a family of 6, but this is pretty amazing. Everyone is looking at the camera and it happy!
Malachi and I on Main Street, all by ourselves.
The Buzz Lightyear ride was first on our list.
This is a favorite for the whole family.
Look at these warriors! We did the Buzz Lightyear ride a couple of times and Star Tours for the big kids. Then we managed to find some coffee and snacks, we do have priorities.
After our snack and coffee it was time for the tea cups. Jon handles the scary rides in our family and I step in for anything that goes around and around.
Can Ben pull the sword from the stone? Nope, but he is cute trying.
I love walking by these empty line corrals!
We took all of the kids into the Haunted House. Addie was so scared and put a blanket over her head for the entire ride.
On our way out of the Magic Kingdom we made a quick stop at the barber shop.
Jon loves to call the boys Dapper Dan Man when their hair is combed, this is Dapper Dan's Barber Shop!
Apparently they do a traditional shave and a hair cut here, so fun.
Off to the Walt Disney Studios. We got fast passes for Ratatouille, the wait time was 40 minutes! In the afternoon we got to see a few stars. Jafar made Addie cry when he tried to grab her hat. Yikes!
Minnie Mouse came by next and Addie was much happier to see her.
Spider Man! He spoke English too. The boys were so happy to meet the real Spider Man.
Malachi was a little terrified and just kept yelling.
How cute are all these guys?
A quick shot with Woody.
On our way out they had plaques on the ground for each of the other parks. We miss all of our family in central Florida!
We had so much fun visiting Disney Land Paris and we felt like we were very fortunate with most of the lines for rides we wanted to do. We all agreed that we would rather be hot at Disney than cold.
Visiting Disney Land Paris is something that you should definitely do if you get to live here. We had a great time and made a lot of good family memories.