Disneyland Paris Haul 2014
If you don't already know, i went to Disneyland Paris for five days with my friend at the beginning of July. We had an amazing time and i will be doing future blogposts about reviews and tips and tricks for around the park.
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Thumper - 22.99 euros
Biscuits - 6.95 euros
Thumper egg cup - 7 euros
Autograph book - 8 euros
Minnie pen - 2 euros
I got this photo frame from a little shop in Disney Village (they also sold it at other stores) and this was 30 euros. On the photo frame it says "Disney moments.... make the most magical pictures"
This was brought from Harrington's on Main Street, in the bigger disney park. It has a Mickey Mouse silhouette around it and it has writing around it that says "Dreams come true". I brought this for my Pandora bracelet, but i am sure they will fit on other similar bracelets. This was 60 euros.
The film 'Bambi' is one of my all time favourites. So when i saw this super cute ornament i fell in love! I also really like how Flower is in the snow globe as you don't tend to see much of her around. I absolutely love snow globes as well, and i have always wanted one, so i was sold on the spot. But when i picked it up i noticed it had something that you twist, so i twisted it and it sings "Rainfall showers". It is definitely the most cutest thing ever!
This was 35 euros.
I was very excited to see that even at the beginning of July, there was still a Christmas shop that you could look around and by stuff! I love Christmas so buying something here was a must. I wanted something a bit different and that i hadn't already seen in Disney shops, here in the UK. So i found this one, which has the Princess Castle inside in gold glitter and there is a little Tinkerbell on the top with a wand! Also when you shake it (gently of course!) the little stars at the bottom move too! This was 12.99 euros.
Not going to lie, i have no idea what i plan on doing with this because i don't strain tea! But i just thought it was adorable and couldn't leave without it. This was 5.99 euros.
Of course i had to get some Minnie ears, they are a staple for anywhere Disney related! You can buy these absolutely anywhere, but we got them on our first night at The World Of Disney store for 11 euros.
This was the only clothing item that i brought and i plan to wear this to bed! This was from one of the shops (the orange one, i can't remember the name though!) in Disney Village. It was 35 euros but it was in the sale and i got it for 13 euros!
I wanted a nice photo album to treasure the photographs we took. I really liked this one because it looks more expensive than it actually was! This was 29 euros.
I am also a massive pasta fan, if i had to chose one food to eat for the rest of my life, it would be pasta! So when i saw they did Disney pasta, well i just had to pick some up!!
The pasta is Disney shaped with the Princess Castle, Cinderella's Glass Slipper, A Princess, A Pumpkin and lots more! These were 4.50 euros.
That was all i got from Disneyland Paris!
But on the way back home, i may have picked up a few bits from Duty Free...
I have always wanted to taste Laduree Macaroons, but here in England, they are very expensive and i just can't justify spending five pounds on ONE macaroon!
So when i saw they had a little shop in the French airport, and i had some euros spare, i was definitely going to pick some up!
For a box of eight, it cost me just under 17 euros, which i thought was a pretty good deal!
I have just eaten one while typing this blog post and my taste buds are tingling! They are amazing and i am sure they won't last long.
I also picked up some Marc Jacobs earrings, i had my eye on these while i was in New York City in November last year but i never picked them up. So when i saw them in the airport i was drawn to them (well, them and the sale sign!). They were 40 euros, but because they were on sale, they went down to 25 euros but when i got to the till they went down to 20! Don't you just love it when that happens?!
I also picked up this little Chubby Stick from Clinque. I got this free in a magazine which only cost me £2.50! So i thought that was a right bargain!
I hope you enjoyed seeing what i brought at Disneyland Paris, and i hope it gives you some ideas of what is in the shops if you are planning a trip!