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Unread 13 Nov 19, 06:57 PM  
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Ah Im getting myself so confused!

Im taking my 18 month old son (just me and him) at the start of December. We arrive at CDG 11am on the Monday and our flight home is 9pm Wednesday, so my initial plan was to just do one day at the parks on the Tuesday, use the Monday to just get some food in at the supermarket, walk around Disney village and have an early night after being up at 3am to get to the airport. Wednesday, Id planned to go into Paris as Ive not been for 10 years but the more I look into the logistics of this with a stroller and child the less likely it seems that Ill be able to see enough before leaving at 6pm for the airport.

So now I dont know what to do. Ive done DLP many times but never with a baby who is likely to slow me down considerably so I dont even know whether we would see enough of the parks in one day

Do I get a 3 day pass and just do all 3 days slowly? Two days and a rest day or Paris? Or stick to my current plan?

Im lost and would appreciate any opinions
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Personally i would do 3 days spaced with naps rather than cram things in.
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The Christmas season has so much on - special parades, shows, tree lighting, singalong - plus all the usual stuff. We had 3 days and didnt manage to do it all. Plus, it might be cold so I would stay in DLP where you can easily go and warm up.
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Given the age of your son I would do a 3 day park ticket and just take your time to enjoy the Christmas offerings at the park. With three days you'll be able to take it slow and enjoy it properly.
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We're going at the same time, it's me and mum but if we had a baby with us we'd probably avoid a day trip to Paris and stick to Disney as there is so much to see for Christmas
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Thanks all! 3 days it is
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