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Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

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  • Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

    Hi guys
    Am going on my first trip to Disneyland next week.
    I was wondering if any of you know if there are any rides that are currently closed at the moment??
    Thanks

    Also we are staying in a campsite about an hour away and are trying to find some info on trains..are there trains near disney?. I am having no luck finding this out





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    Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

    Originally posted by tracestar View Post
    Hi guys
    Am going on my first trip to Disneyland next week.
    I was wondering if any of you know if there are any rides that are currently closed at the moment??
    In answer to your first question, walk this way....

    http://www.dlrpmagic.com/calendar/cl...efurbishments/

    (Looks like you are pretty much OK though)
    WDW - 1987 & 1991
    DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
    DLR - October 2011




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      Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

      Oh yes, there are trains. The station "Marne la Vallee-Chessy" is right on the esplanade (or whatever you want to call the area in between the parks and Disney Village). The question is whether there is an RER station near your campsite, I guess.

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        Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

        Yeah I really hope so...I am sure we will figure it out somehow

        And looks like we are really lucky with no rides being closed...hope it stays that way




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          Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

          Hi

          The train station is right in front of the entrance of the disney village.
          From what I've seen there is no rides closed at the moment and I don't think they are going to close any since there is a lot of holidays coming up here in France.But don't expect to do much rides during those days off or during the weekends since the park gets really crowded and the waiting time for any popular ride is around 40 mn to 60 mn.Peter Pan waiting time was supposed to be 40 mn but turned into 80 mn.Indiana Jones and Space mountain was 90 mn.The real problem isn't ride closures, it's the rides waiting time.
          Have a great time.

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            Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

            Wow, Disneyland Paris was great

            No queues at all, 5/10 minutes was the queuing time.

            5 mins for rockin rollarcoaster for example.

            How lucky were we

            The one thing we had to queue for was Crush Coaster and that was 30 minutes, but it was worth it.

            Trip report soon




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              Re: Going in a week...are any rides closed at the moment?

              Good to hear. Hurry wih the Trip Roport, we are starved for entertainment on this forum!
              WDW - 1987 & 1991
              DLP - 1996, 2004, 2006 & 2007
              DLR - October 2011




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