Holiday | Disneyland Paris - Day Five

Friday 17th November

And just like that - it was Friday - our final day at Disney and the blues were kicking in before we even left, it's a good job Mickey Mouse came to see us before we went and Ivy saying thank you for having us was the cutest thing I'd seen all holiday. This is the longest trip I'd ever done at DLP (but the cheapest on the 2 nights free offer) and I felt like we'd been here the perfect amount of time - we'd got through everything we wanted to this time around but had also left some things to come back for. We asked Ivy what she'd like to do before we went home and her choice was meeting Buzz Lightyear so after sending our cases off to the station with Disney Express we headed round to the studios (and also snuck in a quick ride on the Cars Roulette Rally in the Toon Studios too)

We then made our last journey over to the Disney park. We walked straight up main street and through the castle to get some bits in the Christmas shop and into Fantasyland. We were already getting hungry so grabbed the most amazing fish and chips at Toad Hall (where we began to realise just how knackered the kids were) and then finally, I got to go on my favourite ride, It's A Small World, which had been closed the rest of the week and throughout all of our previous trip too! It was so worth the wait though and if we'd had longer I'd have gone on again (and again). Of course, this left us in our favourite parade spot so we decided to finish our time in the parks exactly where we'd started - outside Belle Notte watching the Christmas Parade one last time (though I'm still singing the song now)

We spent the afternoon in the Disney Village getting all our shopping done in the World Of Disney whilst the boys enjoyed some final drinks in King Ludwig's which set us up perfectly for the journey home. This holiday had been such a long time coming and I couldn't believe it was coming to a close but I couldn't really believe we got there in the first place and it was as perfect as I had intended it to be. Seeing both babies amazed by literally everything there made our trip worth every single penny and I hope one day we can go back. Love you Disney, truly the most magical place on earth.