Looking for a new book to read? Bored of the ones on your to be read pile or need some books to keep you entertained on an upcoming flight? Don’t worry, I’ve got your back! Here are three books by badass women (because we all know there needs to be more women authors on bookshelves) that will inspire you, let you know you aren’t alone and give you that push to go out and experience life your way. So grab…

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There are seven hotels within Disneyland Paris itself as well as a handful of Partner hotels a bit further out. Back in 2012, when I visited Disneyland Paris for my birthday I stayed in Santa Fe as it was one of the cheaper ones. Davy Crockett is the furthest out, possibly cheapest depending on time of year, etc but you have to drive to the park itself as there is no shuttle bus and you definitely cannot walk it. Santa…

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Ever since I had decided to go to Vegas for Route 91 Harvest Festival, I had wanted to go on SlotZilla, the zip line in Vegas that flies you high over the heads of the people wandering down below on Fremont Street. There are two zip lines, the one I am currently on, which starts off 77 feet high and has you in a sitting position and the higher one, Zoomline if you will, that is further, 114 feet high…

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So after reading Part One of my Ultimate Guide to fitting your Disneyland Paris holiday into a weekend, are you ready for Part Two? You’ve already booked your travel right so grab yourself a cup of tea and some popcorn, your favourite biscuit or a Mickey-shaped pretzel and settle in to read Part Two to find out all about where to stay, what to see and tips on eating in the Parks. Disclosure: some of the links below are affiliate links…

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This year I treated myself to an Annual Pass for Disneyland Paris! I absolutely love Disney and figured I would take advantage of how close Disneyland Paris is to London. I bought the most expensive pass because there are no blackout days and I get the most perks and discounts (if you are pondering getting yourself one, there are four to chose from and you can find more info here and a really good breakdown of benefits here). With this in mind…

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