Obviously our first stop inside Disneyland Paris was the American food on Main Street. We had coney dogs, literal pounds of fudge, and this adorable donut.
The next day was our trip to DISNEYLAND PARIS! (Which used to be known as Euro Disney, for those of who you totally remember when it opened, like me.) If Disneyland is tiny compared to Disney World, Disneyland Paris is one step smaller, so you can easily do the park in one day and ride Space Mountain multiple times because you’re a glutton for punishment. I’ve heard people call Disneyland Paris a little janky compared to the other Disneys, but I thought everything looked and worked great. Plus, all of the really trying-to-be-American things were super adorable when you remembered you were in France.
French macarons from the Ladurée inside the Palace of Versailles. We ate these on the train on the way home, didn’t share with anyone else, and made a lot of enemies that day.
More gorgeous flowers from the gardens of the Palace of Versailles. I’m really sorry.
The Battles Gallery in the Palace of Versailles, for showcasing 15 centuries of French military awesomeness. I actually have a similar gallery in my own home for depictions of my battles on the NYC subway.