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Totally agree - 15th trip booked for later this year
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Just remember they smoke, push into queues, and are rude. If u can cope with all that then you should be fine. I have to say its a very different feel to the service and courtesy you get in Florida. I've never actually had a row with someone in Florida over pushing in, rudeness or being unbelievably selfish as I have over there. I'm not anti-french or anything but you speak as you find.
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It was my first experience of any of the Disney parks, and we went loads when the kids were little and always drove down, and have always stayed on site. Last time we went was 2008 and the only reason we stopped was our kids didn't want to go anymore

Our neighbours with a 6 year old went in the May half term and had a great time, it was their first disney too. I would say that 3 nights/4 days is a good length, or do a night in a local hotel so you get the full use of the tickets on your first day but at a cheaper rate. Have fun x
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I fell in love with dlp last Dec and that was after visiting Wdw. They are two different experiences but both with lots of magic to be had
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i went to DLP in march 2012. this was our first time in a Disney park.
we didn't enjoy the pushing and shoving, people literally putting their children in front of us in the 'queue' to meet goofy. unless there was proper queue lines for rides or roped lines to meet characters it was every man for himself. food was ridiculously over priced and not of great quality.
BUT with all that, we had a fantastic time and really enjoyed time together as a family. the parks at night were great, really quiet and pretty. we would go back again for a couple of nights.
i look back on our time at DLP with fond memories.
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We have been to DLP over 20 times and always enjoyed it. Some people are rude but you get that anywhere. I know the character meet and greets can be a bit mental, but we also experienced that in Magic kingdom in Florida, thought there was going to be a fight! Also we experienced the rudest cast member ever at Epcot, had to go to guest services as she nearly had me in tears over a highchair in the babycare centre (she wouldn't let me use one even though we were the only ones in there and my DS was hungry. We had to feed him outside on a bench)

So, we love Paris and Florida Disney, they are not the same, but both fantastic to me.
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We've been twice and love it, once since visiting disneyworld and didn't think any less of it.
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DLP is fantastic! I find it quite rude that people call it 'rubbish' / set your expectations low. A lot of people would find it a luxury to go to DLP. No it's not florida. But it's still magical
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