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Feature: The wuss’s guide to rides at Disneyland Paris

I don’t know about you but I just can’t do big rides. Never have done. Unfortunately, when your children (inexplicably) love big rides, then you kind-of get roped in to going on with them, especially on those rides where they’re too small to go on without an adult. Our trip to Disneyland Paris this time saw me going on some rides I’d never been on before. This was because I’d avoided them because they sounded a bit scary. Funny thing is, I’m a lot better with scary rides if I can see them in action first, rather than rides that you can’t see, if you see what I mean.

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Feature: The Hotel Santa Fe at Disneyland Paris

I’d love to be able to write you an article comparing the different hotels at Disneyland Paris, but we’ve only ever stayed at the cheapest one – the Hotel Santa Fe.

I don’t know what the other hotels have to offer over and above the Santa Fe which warrants more expense, apart from maybe being a few minutes walk nearer the parks. What I can do is tell you all about what’s on offer at the Hotel Santa Fe and you can decide if it’s the one for you.
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Feature: Four Fantastic Adventures For Kids In Oxford

Disclosure – this is a sponsored post
If you’re thinking of a weekend break in Oxford with the family, you’ll want to know some of the local attractions to keep them entertained. The historic buildings and beautiful scenery will only keep their attention for so long before cries of “I’m bored” are echoing down the Thames. Fortunately there’s plenty to do, and here are four fantastic adventures for kids in Oxford.

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Taking a holiday to Walt Disney World with small children

A guest post from Jennifer.

The prospect of taking young children on a transatlantic flight, the associated jet lag, not to mention the fact that a holiday to Florida is expensive – these are reasons enough reasons to put most UK parents off attempting a holiday to DisneyWorld. But we’ve managed it twice now with our two pre-school aged children, and even though their memories may fade, we have all had a fantastic time. 

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