Hello lovely DIS-ers! We are planning a trip to Disneyland Paris from the 4th-6th of January - it will be me, DF and DSD8. Having visited Disneyland California this summer we are really excited to experience Paris! It is a bit of a short trip and at the end of the Christmas season but I hope it will still be super magical and not feel weird. It has been a really tough year for DSD and this will be a Christmas present to her - we have got a Mickey holding a little Duffy and are going to write a letter saying he can't wait to meet her again at DLP. I have a couple of questions I'm hoping people can help with. As we haven't got very long (we arrive on the Eurostar at 2 on the 4th and leave at 6pm on the 6th) I really want to make sure we get the most out of the experience. Firstly - Dreams. I know for the shows at DL we had to get there early to get a good spot to watch. Is this the case for Dreams? If so where is a good place to get a spot and how early should we go to wait? I'm guessing it will be quieter on the Sunday but think we should try on the Sat so if for some reason we don't manage to see it we have Sunday as a back-up. Second - Crush's Coaster! She is really keen to on this as she's a big Crush fan and also because it's different from rides at DL. If you were there for our days when would likely be the shortest queue? I was thinking maybe the Monday morning but then if it's down we have problems... One other question - how much better than Cafe Mickey is Inventions? We did a couple of character meals at DL but would like to do one here so she can see her faves (Chip and Dale so should be fairly easy!). We have HB Plus vouchers so Cafe Mickey would be covered and not Inventions but I've heard bad things about the food and also behaviour so am wondering about paying to upgrade to Inventions. We will probably plan one meal each day so the other two will be Walts and Blue Lagoon - are these good choices to get a good range of experiences in a short trip? Thanks so much - 66 sleeps!