We've FINALLY booked!!

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  1. Carly_jones

    Carly_jones Earning My Ears

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    We have just booked our trip to Disney for 4 adults and our 2yo DS in September, 8th-12th staying in 2 rooms in Sequoia Lodge travelling by eurostar!

    We got 2 nights and 2 days free and paid £600 per room and only £79 return each for the eurostar i think we've got a good deal!!

    We're all so excited now!!! :goodvibes:cool1:
     
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  3. Frosted

    Frosted Earning My Ears

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    Yay!!

    We have just booked as well. Sept 24-28 at DLH with the 2 nights free deal. We are travelling from Sydney, Australia to London and then taking the Eurostar over.

    Can I book the Eurostar already? It is only showing my until the end of May.

    Sally
     
  4. sky13

    sky13 Mouseketeer

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    That is a very good price for both the rooms and the Eurostar (especially since I assume it's the direct train?)! :)

    There are 3 ways of getting from London to Disneyland using the Eurostar, and tickets for these ways go on sale at different times:

    - Direct London-Disneyland train, which takes just under 3 hours. From the Eurostar website: "Direct Eurostar trains from the UK to Disneyland® Paris leave at 10:17 and leave from Disneyland® Paris to the UK at 18:02 daily but these will not run on Tuesdays and Saturdays except during UK school holidays." Tickets for this are released several months in advance (am assuming this is what Carly_jones booked). Also tend to be more expensive, I've not yet managed to get a £69 return fare for this!

    - London-Paris, then RER from Paris Gare du Nord to Disneyland. London-Paris Eurostar tickets usually go on sale 4 months in advance (so this is probably what you're seeing at the moment for until the end of May).

    - London-Lille-Disneyland (London-Lille on Eurostar, then Lille-Disneyland on TGV). This takes around 3-5 hours depending on the connections. Tickets for this go on sale 3 months before - I usually find it easier to get a £69 return using this route!
     
  5. Carly_jones

    Carly_jones Earning My Ears

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    You can definitely book the Eurostar for September here I wouldn't have thought it would matter that you were on OZ!
    I'm very jealous of your hotel choice I've always wanted to stay there but my little boy was adamant about staying in the 'forest' bless him!
    Will it be your first time at Disney?
    X
     
  6. Ware Bears

    Ware Bears Bring me that horizon Moderator

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    Yay, congratulations on booking! :thumbsup2
     
  7. Frosted

    Frosted Earning My Ears

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    Can I ask if you booked online for September? I have no idea what I am doing on that website - those trains are going to send me over the edge!

    Of course we have decided to leave London on a Tuesday so there will be no direct service it seems - bad luck for me and my husband. I am sure our ears will be bleeding by the time we arrive from two overexcited children asking if we are there yet!

    It is our first time at Disney - first time in Europe/UK for Myself and the kids. Husband has been as a teenager.

    Sorry for derailing your thread!

    Sally
     

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