Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Disneyland Paris - Ratatouille Ride Update

There we go for a new DLP pictorial update, with plenty of pictures of the Ratatouille site, thanks to Max Fan, D&M contributor and Dlrp Welcome webmaster. As you will see, things have changed on the parisian facades since last update. But first let's walk through the Walt Disney Studios towards the Ratatouille ride and on our way we'll have a look to the decors inside the Studio 1 all inspired by famous Hollywood buildings, shops or restaurants.

There we are, and among the differences since last time you'll see the finition on the facades, aging of the buildings, painting of some of them and the outside of what will be the ( real ) restaurant.

Before leaving, let's go at the Disneyland Park for a quiet ride aboard the horse-drawn street car all along Main Street.

And now a good news for those of you who don't own yet the Disneyland Paris From Sketch to Reality book as i've decided to extend the promo on the new regular english edition until December 25, so anyone who will place his order before Dec 26 could enjoy the special price of 55€ ( plus 15€ shipping wherever you live on the planet ) !

As for my french readers the collector's edition also has a special price until Dec 25 as you can order it for 75€ including shipping! Don't use the Paypal button below for the french edition payment, send it directly from your Paypal account, as the paypal button below is not coded for the 75€ price.

You can place your order by sending me an email at: neverlandeditions@gmail.com or send the payment directly by Paypal using the Paypal button below. If the button don't work, you can send the Paypal payment directly to: neverlandeditions@gmail.com

If you don't have Paypal you can pay with a bank transfer, send me an email to get the needed bank infos.  Below, a video showing you the whole book!

Disneyland Paris From Sketch to Reality - Include shipping

Pictures and video: copyright Max Fan - Dlrp Welcome

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

There are only five light bulbs to maintain on the park's gateway arch. How difficult is it to replace one with a cherrypicker before park opening. Get your act together, Eurodisney SLC.

The aged parts of the Parisian facade are looking good, though.