Posted July 09, 2019 05:04:07Travellers are still being treated to a magical atmosphere at the Disneyland Paris theme park in France, but there is one place that has been completely overhauled over the last few months: the infamous Crazy Tourist Inn.
In a new report by Travel + Leisure, it has revealed that visitors are still treated to the same set of attractions that have become standard for the park since its opening in 2011.
For those who were born and raised in the US, the ride to the top of the hill will be familiar to many of us, but the ride down into the heart of Paris will not be for everyone.
The most interesting change is the redesign of the park’s dining facilities, with the dining areas now a completely different landscape.
Visitors to the park will find themselves sitting in a large room with a giant dining table, and there is also now a full bar, as well as a full restaurant for guests to enjoy.
The dining room has been re-imagined with more of a bar area and a bigger table, which will allow guests to watch and sample food before heading to the next table.
Guests will also be able to enjoy a range of food options, including burgers, sandwiches, salads, and soups.
In terms of the attraction itself, the changes to the theme park’s food menu mean that diners will now have the option to try the food they want, instead of just the ones that are on offer at the park.
In addition to this, the attraction has been given a new menu featuring a range the restaurant has traditionally only served to the VIP section, including sandwiches and soupy dishes.
The change in the dining room also allows guests to see and taste some of the food at the restaurant before they head out to the ride.
The revamped food menu is being presented in a new section of the restaurant’s website, where visitors can view the menu, and choose their preferred meal.
This is in contrast to the original dining area which served only the VIP dining area.
The restaurant’s updated menu includes more of the menu that guests will have seen in previous years, but also features some of Paris’ other popular dishes, including a grilled cheese sandwich and an apple crumble pie.
The food menu also includes a new option for the “dessert”, where customers can choose from a range that has previously only been available to VIP dining.
In total, there are 20 new menu options for the restaurant, which are being added to the restaurant menu on a daily basis, in a move that will undoubtedly draw some more customers.
The park has now added a new “tour guide” to the menu.
This is the section where guests can view different information about the attractions, like a “guide” of the restaurants best-known attractions.
It is the first time the guide section has been used by the park, which is now offering the restaurant with its own section on the website.
This new section has already been used to promote the park and will be a part of the new dining room, which has been opened this week.
This section will also feature new information about Disneyland Paris, such as the latest news about the park or the best places to visit the park during the park opening weekend.
There is also a new bar area that has also been added to one of the main restaurants, which allows patrons to sit down and enjoy their meal while watching the rides and the attractions.
The new menu will be available to all guests starting at 11:00am, and the updated restaurant will open to the public on Friday at 12:00pm.
It remains to be seen how many guests will show up to the new restaurant, but if you’re looking to head down to Paris to enjoy some of those rides and attractions, the new menu is definitely worth a look.