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Disney through the eyes of teens
|Adrienne Krock, editor|
|Disneyland, Paris Style|
Jewel: If you could bring one thing from Disneyland Paris to Disneyland Anaheim, what would it be and why? What would you bring from Anaheim to Paris?
Stephanie: I love the Indiana Jones ride in Anaheim, however, the ride in Paris is an above- ground roller coaster that goes backwards and has a loop. The loop totally caught me by surprise, as I could not see it from the ground before I stepped on the ride. It was different and lots of fun. To Paris I would bring the Matterhorn. I had a really strange feeling the entire time I was in the park, then I realized it was because there was no Matterhorn. The park seemed so much smaller without it.
J: Do you think the cast members are friendlier in Paris or Anaheim?
J: Which park do you think is cleaner?
J: What kind of snacks, like Anaheim's churros, frozen lemonade, or pretzels, do they sell at the carts in Paris?
J: Which park would you revisit with a friend to just hang out, assuming location didn't matter?
J: What, in your opinion, is the biggest difference between the Anaheim and Paris parks?
J: Which park has more for you to do?
J: Do you think that Walt Disney would be proud of Disneyland Paris?
S: Yes, I think Walt Disney would be proud of Disneyland Paris. I know the park struggled in the beginning, when it was called Euro Disney, but I think it has made a tremendous comeback. Disney Village has been added outside the park, which is full of Los Angeles restaurants, loud music and shops. There are also different hotels surrounding the area with various themes."
J: What was your favorite attraction in Disneyland Paris, and why?
J: I think it would be great to go to Paris and visit Phantom Manor! I love the Haunted Mansion and this sounds like fun to me.
J: What is your favorite Anaheim attraction?
J: As a tourist, did you feel welcome at Disneyland Paris?
J: Thank you, Stephanie for making this column possible. You're the best!
As you can tell, Disneyland Paris and Disneyland Anaheim are very different indeed! I would really like to have a chance to visit the European park.
Popcorn in Paris is different than in Anaheim. In Anaheim, popcorn is seasoned with salt. In Paris, Disneyland serves popcorn seasoned with sugar!
For more information about Disneyland Paris, please visit MousePlanet's Disneyland Paris Guide
Many of the photos for this article were taken by Ian Parkinson and Morrigoon
I am 13 years old, and a typical junior high student. I live with my mom, dad, and little brother. My family and I have annual passes to Disneyland so we go quite often. I love school, and science has always been a favorite subject of mine. I am in band and hope to be involved in music for the rest of my life.
Right now, my career goal is to become a deejay. In my mind, that is the coolest job in the world! My hobbies include: listening to and playing music, reading, writing, messing around on the computer and hanging out at Disneyland. We have seven cats (four of them found us), a black Labrador, and I have a goldfish.
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