We woke up, got ready and went for breakfast where I enjoyed plenty of croissants. Then we headed to the park after popping our Minnie ears on. When we first got there I went to City Hall, I got a birthday badge, sticker and a birthday phone call from a very special mouse! We took plenty of photos in and by the castle, including that delightful one of me pulling the sword out of the stone, then headed for the rides. We went on Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs then Pinocchio’s Fantastic Journey, which are definitely my kind of rides.
I took photos whilst two of my friends went on the Dumbo ride, then we went on the Mad Hatter’s Tea Cups. This was my favourite mainly because of the Alice in Wonderland theming, but I am also a huge fan of teacups. We went and took photos at the Unbirthday party before heading through the maze which I loved! All the Wonderland theming, to die for. It feels like an unwritten rule when you’re at Disneyland to go on It’s a Small World, so that’s what we did next. I thoroughly enjoyed it haha, the song was definitely stuck in my head for a long time afterwards.
While my friends went on Big Thunder Mountain (I’m not a fan of rides haha), I did a bit of shopping. Afterwards we met back up, got our tea time treat from Casey’s and took our spot for the Parade. I couldn’t wait for the parade after watching so many YouTuber’s Disneyland Paris vlogs, Snow White said Happy Birthday to me. I absolutely loved hearing Magic on Parade.
After the parade, my friends went on Orbitron and then we all went on Buzz’s Laser Blast before our dinner at the Plaza Garden – a thoroughly disappointing buffet. All I ate was a cornetto! We then explored the Disney Village a bit, where I bought Alice in Wonderland ears and then we went back to the hotel.