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FAQ of Hidden Mickeys, Disneyland Paris

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  1. From: Stephen Gwilym
    Here is the information I got from Disney regarding Eurodisney entry/travel. I hope you can pass it on to other interested Emailers! To get to the Theme Park there are two options:
    1. you take the shuttle bus to Disneyland Paris from Charles de Gaulle Paris airport. It leaves every 30 minutes from 9 am to 6 pm and is FF 85 per person, or
    2. you may use the RER (underground/subway train) line n° A 4, which leaved from all major Paris stations : Charles de Gaulle/Etoile, ChČtelet, Gare de Lyon, Nation, etc. : cost 40 FF per person.
    Theme Park one-day passports until 26th March are FF 150 per adult.
  2. "Finally! There is direct transporation from Paris' city center to Marne-la-Valee (Disney's chosen site for DLP). The RER (line A4) goes directly to the front entrance of both Disneyland Park and Disney Village! No more DLP bus for us!!! I believe the new stop has been there for a year now"
    From: Rosario 06 JUL 01
  3. From: Many people around the world
    How do I find Euro Disney S.C.A. stock quotes?

    Euro Disney S.C.A. Stock Quotes can be found on the Toronto Exchange.

  4. From: Keith Wolstenholme
    I'm considering staying at the Davy Crockett Ranch. However, we won't have a car and I have heard this could make things difficult (if not impossible). I have read (somewhere) that there is a bus service for the Davy Crockett Ranch (like Fort Wilderness at Walt Disney World) but that, at least when the park was first opened, the service was very unreliable. Does anyone know if this has changed ? Is it practical to stay at the Davy Crocket Ranch without a car?

    Afraid not. The Davy Crockett Ranch is only about 6 Km from the park, but not only is there no bus service, but there is no direct way to walk there either. The one major ommission in the design of the park seems to be that there are no footpaths, even to the nearby villages.
    Response by: Neil Allen

    When they opened the campground in 1992 it was called Camp Davy Crockett. There were a shuttle-sevice every fifteen minutes beween the park and the Campground. But in Fall 1993 they canceled the shuttle-service, I think it was too expensive.
    Update by: klosec

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