Dear Readers: Merry Christmas, Happy New Year, and thank you for a great 2014!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and great time with your loved ones. Today is New Year’s Eve and to celebrate I thought it would be nice to end this year by bringing a special gift to the readers of the Disneyland Paris Treasures blog – a full source recording in high quality and with stereo audio of the well-known “Top 10 things to know before you go!” video, Disneyland Paris’s very own Hotel Room TV show.
Should you have ever stayed at one of the Disneyland Paris hotels you’ll undoubtedly remember this show, as it runs 24/7 on its own dedicated channel on the In-Room TV and informs the guests about the most important things not to miss and how to make the best out of their time at the Resort. And while the parents make themselves ready for a busy day at the parks the kids lie on the bed, waiting and watching this show over and over again.
Disneyland Paris has just released extensive information about their upcoming Disney’s Enchanted Christmas in form of an official Press Release.
After last year’s wonderful Christmas Season at Disneyland Paris, which featured not only wonderful decorations but also exciting new events like the “Christmas Cavalcade Parade” and the Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony “Magical Christmas Wishes Show” and of course the brand new Disney Dreams! of Christmas, I was very curious what Disneyland Paris had planned for this year’s Christmas Season.
So, without further ado, here is the official Disneyland Paris Press Release:
Merry Christmas everyone! First I would like to thank all my readers for their support and wish you a wonderful Christmas with your family as well as health, happiness and success for the coming year!
It’s Christmas and so I wanted to give you a little Christmas present: A complete and little bit unique ride through video of “it’s a small world – celebration“, the festive seasonal version of the classic Fantasyland ride at Disneyland Paris.
There are already quite a few ride through videos of “it’s a small world – celebration” available online, but what makes this one a little bit special is that I was all alone in the attraction during the filming. There was just me! All the boats were empty, no other guests were riding the attraction at that time so no one could disturb the recording with the usual “which country is that?” chatter or the annoying flash photography. Both video and audio are totally undisturbed, it was a ‘perfect’ ride through, so to speak.