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Best Ride in disneyland paris
I am going to disenyland paris in the early summer, an di was trying to get some imput on what rides shouldn't be missed. Be help with this.
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Originally Posted by tinkerbelle_rox
Hands down, without a doubt...Crush's Coaster in Studios. We rode it three times in the Spring '08. We had to wait in line for 60 minutes each time, and I'd do it again in a heart beat. If you use extra magic hours, the park actually opens before the rides do, so go directly to the cue and wait. Eventually the ride cue opens up. You may still have a 60 minute wait, but at least you'll ride it first thing in the day, and then maybe have a chance to ride it again later. Trust me, you'll want to ride it again. It's not a thrill ride, but it's really different from any ride you've been on before.
I haven't been to DLP myself, but my Dad has. From what I've heard and what he has said, Phantom Manor is a must see.
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Re: Best Ride in disneyland paris
What do they call the haunted mansion at DLP? Phantom Manor? While I haven't seen the one at Tokyo Disneyland, I like the one at Disneyland Paris better than the ones at Walt Disney World and Disneyland. As for some reason, I find it scarier than the ones at those two locations.
But the best for me at Disneyland Paris, is not so much a ride, but a film called "CineMagique," where George (Martin Short) as a modern day traveler, literally stuck in movie history, stumbles from one film into another, taking him from the silent movie era right through the high tech blockbusters of the late 1990's. It was so good, it brough tears to my eyes.
I was hoping, when they updated Disney's California Adventure, they might bring it to America, but apparently not.