Now that my first set of Disneyland vlogs are over, it’s surely time to start asking about where the next ones will be coming from. It may not be another Florida trip, but I am very excited about what is coming next.

Yes, I’m off to Disneyland Paris once again. Got to make the most of that annual pass, which I bought in April! Having the park tickets already does make the trip a lot cheaper, which is great. My sister Alice is also very excited about the trip. In fact, she’s going to New York City a week before, so July is going to be a great month for her!

During our trip, we’re hoping to get all the rides done, see all the shows and meet lots of characters. I’ve been eagerly following Twitter updates to find out about the new things that Disneyland Paris have coming up for summer. After hearing great things, I can’t wait to see Forest of Enchantment. I’ve heard there’s going to be a new ‘Winnie the Pooh or friends’ meet-up in Fantasyland which I am very excited for. If you’ve followed my vlogs for a while, you’ll know that both Alice and I are big fans of the Hundred Acre Wood gang. Such great hugs!

I can’t wait to show my sister all of my favourite bits from my last trip. From Crush’s Coaster and Tower of Terror to Mickey and the Magician and the 25th anniversary castle show, I know it’s going to be an amazing trip.

We’re heading off in mid to late July, so do keep an eye out for our updates and the vlogs which will be coming very soon afterwards. Now it’s time to get excited!

It’s currently around 120 days until I go to Disney so there’s still another 60 before I can book our fastpasses, but this is still something I’ve already started to think about because I’m so obsessed with this holiday.

Fastpass+, the system that allows you to go in a much shorter attraction line at Walt Disney World, may sound simple. You can pick three rides or attractions in advance, you’re given specific times to go back to these attractions, and you get to smile smugly at everyone waiting in the regular line as you step right onto the ride.

There is a lot more to the system, though. From getting your fastpasses at the best times, to picking the best attractions, it’s not too difficult to maximise what you can get out of the system.

Lately I’ve heard of people choosing to fastpass rides that rarely have wait times of over 20 minutes, which is a bit of a waste. For example, at Epcot you can fastpass either Test Track, which often has a wait of over an hour, or Living with the Land, which rarely takes longer than ten minutes to get onto. If you think strategically, you can get even more out of your Disney trip. Here are all of my top tips for you.

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