Monday, March 10, 2014

DLP WDS Ratatouille Ride Photos and Video Update !

It's spring time already in Paris and this week-end Paris even had the hottest temperature since 1880 with 22.6 Degrees ( celsius ) ! So it was the right time for Max, D&M contributor and DLPWelcome webmaster to come back to the parks and shoot great pictures of the works on the Ratatouille ride, and as will see, this time there is something new!

What has changes since last time is that the scaffoldings have been removed on all facades on the path located between the entrance of Toy Story play land and the Ratatouille plaza, the one that each guests will walk through to access to the ride. Of course the path is still closed but it doesn't stop to shoot pictures. I also remind you that the official grand opening is apparently set up for July 15 but soft openings should start from June 23 for cast members and June 28 for AP and WDS guests!

But some scaffoldings still have to be removed, probably in a week or two, if not less...

Nothing new, though, on the "halle" a building designed like Paris old covered market under which guests will probably wait in the queue line...

...but there is a bit more of construction on the fountain at the center of the plaza...

We will end this Ratatouille update with a great video filmed by DLRPFans just a few days ago.

See you soon for a new DLP update! In the meantime, i remind you that it's never too late to order the gorgeous Disneyland Paris From Sketch to Reality book still available in both ENGLISH or FRENCH editions - and the special offer thanks to which you can save $50 on the normal price is still valid, so if you don't own the book yet i'm sure you don't want to miss it! Paypal and credit card payment are accepted, so make sure you to place your order now! 

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Don't know yet the Disneyland Paris book. Have a look at the video below or on the book website HERE.

Pictures: copyright Max Fan DLPWelcome

Video: copyright DLRPFans


Anonymous said...

Gave a little chuckle when you mentioned 22.8 degrees celsius was a hot day for Paris. If you double 22.8, that's a hot day for Australia, but not a record breaking temperature.

Alain Littaye said...

22.6 was a record temperature for Paris IN MARCH.