I've just got back from Disneyland Paris and it really is magical. It really is the only place for everyone. I don't know anyone that doesn't like at least one Disney film. I know I'm a fan of most things with Donald Duck in them. Guess it's because he gets so angry at the littlest things.
Firstly the no tripod rule is a real pain. Most of the shots I wanted to get would have needed a tripod. I ended up resting my camera on a bin and hoping it wouldn't move. You then have people looking at you like you're crazy, but I wanted to get the shot so I don't mind people that I will never see again think I'm mad.
They have loads of different things to photograph from the parade to the closing fireworks display.
Mix things up with your photography, try things different. I'm sure right now someone is taking a photo of Cinderella's castle I know I took about 400 and that's not a lie. The ones I like the most are the ones that are different from the millions of others.
Go with someone you like, you don't wanna be on holiday and not having a good time.
Now things cost a lot more than you would think they would here. €39.99 for a towel, no thanks. Food and drink are the real problem. Hot dog and a drink comes to about €20 each. Either bring lots of money or a pack lunch. I know next time I'll be doing a pack lunch.
Disney land is great for any age. If you take the children you need to know can you control them in a queue. I think I was hit about 5 times while queuing for a ride by a small child that had run away. If you can't handle children screaming maybe Disneyland isn't for you. I know on the train back I had enough and just wanted silence. Luckily we did a first class up grade and it was great. Total silence, well part from Darcey snoring. Think she enjoyed it for her birthday.