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Rémy is by far the cutest rat I have ever seen and Ratatouille one of my favorite DisneyPixar movies! You can imagine how excited I was when I received the invitation to the Shareholder’s Club preview event of La Place de Rémy and the opportunity to be among the firsts accompanying the little chef on his adventure! Arriving at the park on Saturday, Spinatmädchen and I literally ran to the Ratatouille area and were instantly stunned by its beauty! Every little detail is perfect and I love the fountain! Well, of course there are one, two things I would have done differently and I will write them down, but first I want to dwell on the fact that WDS did get an amazing new area and a really great, one of a kind attraction!

When stepping on La Place de Rémy you’re instantly transported into Paris. Lamposts, signs, buildings: Everything reminds you of the unique view you can experience in Paris. And it fits, as Disneyland Paris is in Paris! There are so many details, so many little rats, things like Linugini’s bicycle leaned against a street posts. You could almost miss it, not thinking about what a bike or the motorcycle of Collette is doing in the park, because it melts right into the scenery.

We did not have to wait long to get on the ride, however, the waiting area offers a lot of space and I imagine it to need all of it, if not more, after the opening on July 10th. I loved the waiting line because of the great scenery and Gusteau! You get your 3D glasses in the line from a counter and afterwards step around the corner into the loading area where six “Ratmobiles” can be loaded simultaneously. We got a cute little, grey rat and our adventure could begin. It’s hard to describe the ride, I don’t want to spoil too much for all of you who want to experience it first hand and I don’t know how to describe it without giving away the once of a kind features it offers. So here’s a quick warning, if you don’t want to know anything about the adventure, don’t read on, skip it, be assured that you’ll love the ride and have fun when riding it for the very first time. All others: Read on and tell me in the comments if this is the ride, you have imagined it would be:

You begin the journey with a ride through the streets of Paris and meet Rémy on the top of Gusteau’s, where he is struggling with the decision which meal he should cook this evening. Gusteau’s ghost leads him in the right direction and Rémy chooses to prepare Ratatouille. The roof window opens unexpectedly and together with Rémy we fall through it into the kitchen where we scare some really big humans, but Linguini is there to help us out. We continue through the storage room, always following Rémy, where we can smell oranges, it’s a little bit colder and Emil is eating food inside the fridge. The kitchen is around the corner, where rats are cooking the perfect meal and you can literally smell the food. After making our successful escape, Emil and Rémy open a bottle of champagne and you feel the ‘whoosh’ of a flying cork and water sprinkles your face imitating a champagne shower. The ride ends with the opening of Chez Rémy, where once again Emily is hungry as always!

With this new ride you get everything: You’re being shrunk to the size of a rat, you fall, you ran, you spin, you smell food, you get wet, you experience heat. It’s truly unique and amazing! And don’t forget the trackless system! Four rides – everyone was different!

After all this dwelling on how beautiful and amazing the place and the attraction is, let’s take a look at the things that I don’t like so much:

The prices in Chez Rémy. Chez Rémy is expensive. It really is. You can get a menu for 29,99€ that includes one starter and one main course or a menu for 39,99€ which additionally comes with a dessert and one “refreshing” drink. A “Little Chef” menu for children costs 16,99€ also with a starter, a main course, dessert and drink. I think its way to expensive, but of course that is just my humble opinion.

The transition between the pavement at La Place de Rémy and the asphalt when you’re leaving the area is kind of sudden. You have the almost white pavement and then all of a sudden the very dark asphalt… well, I think they could’ve done it smoother.

I find the sign above the Fastpass machines kind of weird. I like the style of it, however, I think the writing “Disney Fastpass Tickets” is far too big.

Oh and this ;)

 All in all: I loved it!



Ratatouille at Walt Disney Studios

Have fun with some great pictures of the new Ratatouille area at Walt Disney Studios in Paris. In two days I will attend the Shareholder’s Preview Event and will provide you with even more amazing pictures! So stay tuned!

Shareholder’s Club Preview of Ratatouille – June 28th 
I have made up my mind and I will be going to the Shareholder’s Club preview event for the opening of Ratatouille at Walt Disney Studios Park in three weeks. I will take a lot of pictures! And I want to gather all the questions you have concerning the attraction, the restaurant and the area, so that I can answer them all afterwards!
Just drop me your questions in the comments and I will try to find the answers during my visit!

Shareholder’s Club Preview of Ratatouille – June 28th

I have made up my mind and I will be going to the Shareholder’s Club preview event for the opening of Ratatouille at Walt Disney Studios Park in three weeks. I will take a lot of pictures! And I want to gather all the questions you have concerning the attraction, the restaurant and the area, so that I can answer them all afterwards!

Just drop me your questions in the comments and I will try to find the answers during my visit!

[Review] “Well, well" - Disney’s Maleficent

I’m really not sure, what I think about the movie. It has a perfect length. It’s amazing when it comes to animation and storytelling, though the story per se is something I need to get used to.

Angelina Jolie as Maleficent is perfect. There’s no other way to describe it. She is simply an amazing actress. I loved the movie and I think that is my problem here: I loved it, because Disney did everything right, but on the other hand I’m not sure what to think about the story itself. Am I happy that they gave this little insight into the story of Sleeping Beauty, or am I disappointed they did this to one of my beloved fairytales? It’s really kind of a mixed feeling thing – as I said the movie is amazing, perfect, animations are stunning (although some of the wooden creatures did remind me of The Lord of the Rings), the actors are amazing and I’m really happy I got to see it in English. 3D – well, the animations in 3D were great, however, I don’t think it is absolutely necessary.

I won’t give you anymore insight, as I think I would spoil too much and I really recommend that you watch this movie!

If you did see Maleficent already: Share your opinion with us :).

Official Disneyland Paris Pressrelease:

Experience the magic of Ratatouille on 10 July 2014  at Walt Disney Studios Park

It’s officially on the menu: on 10 July 2014, Disneyland Paris unveils a new world dedicated to the Disney•Pixar film Ratatouille. Named La Place de Rémy in tribute to the “little chef,” this all-new mini-land will open in Walt Disney Studios Park and will feature a completely original attraction, inspired by Rémy’s adventures in the film.

The all-new attraction, the 60thto open at Disneyland Paris, is called Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy. Guests are shrunk down to the size of a rat and board “ratmobiles” for a zany culinary adventure through Gusteau’s famous restaurant. From a Paris rooftop to the restaurant’s bustling kitchen, cavernous food locker and busy dining room under the careful watch of Chef Skinner… this tasty adventure is full of twists and turns.

Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy anchors La Place de Rémy, a corner of the park’s

Toon Studios that has been transformed into a Ratatouille-inspired version of The City of Light. This brand new mini-land, exclusive to Walt Disney Studios Park,also features Bistrot Chez Rémy, a table service restaurant serving, among other delicious dishes, the little chef’s famous ratatouille in a larger-than-life setting. A special boutique*, “Chez Marianne – Souvenirs de Paris”, will also open its doors.

Released in 2007, Ratatouille , which won the Oscar for best animated feature film, tells the story of Rémy, a rat who dreams of becoming a renowned French chef. Filmgoers got to know him in an adventure that took him to the top Paris restaurants. With the arrival of Rémy at Walt Disney Studios Park, guests will find themselves in the middle of his exciting culinary adventure.

Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée de Rémy is a first of its kind Disney attraction that features trackless ride vehicles matched to enormous 3D projections of original animation by Pixar Animation Studios. The attraction takes creative imagination and technical know-how, the hallmarks of Walt Disney Imagineering, to create a state-of-the-art storytelling experience. The crazy culinary adventure begins 10 July 2014 , exclusively at Walt Disney Studios Park, Disneyland Paris.

The Ride

Ratatouille: L’Aventure Totalement Toquée De Rémy is Disneyland Paris’ 60th ride and the first of its kind with trackless ride vehicles and an enormous 3D projection system including original animations from Pixar Animation Studios. Guests will shrink down to the size of a rat and join Rémy on his adventure through the kitchen, dining room and walls of Gusteau’s famous Paris restaurant.

Beginning with the boarding of one of the so-called “ratmobiles”, guests will start on a Paris rooftop where they first meet Rémy as well as the ghost of Gusteau, discussing a special meal Rémy wants to prepare in their honor. The adventure starts with Rémy getting excited about his plans, leading to him and the guests within the “ratmobiles” to drop down into the kitchen of Gusteau’s. Well, being a rat in a human world is quite dangerous, so everyone tries to get out quickly, before being spotted by Chef Skinner. However, Rémy and the guests are not alone, as Linguini is there to help as well.

The “ratmobiles” come in five colours and they hold six passengers. Traveling in groups of three they never follow the same route, darting from one hiding place to another.

The new mini-land

Walt Disney Studio Park is getting a new area, called “La Place de Rémy”, which is a small version of Paris, with inspirations from different iconic neighborhoods like Place Dauphine and Boulevard Haussmann, as well as a fountain found in Place des Vosges. The area will include two streets (“Allée des Marchands”; “Rue Auguste Gusteau”) and a tribute to Paul Bocuse, who provided plenty of inspiration for the movie. Visitors will also find a restaurant, “Bistrot Chez Rémy” with a similar atmosphere to the restaurant at the end of the actual attraction in the area.  In autumn the new area, or “mini-land” will be finished with the opening of a new boutique, “Chez Marianne – Souvenirs de Paris”.

The Restaurant

Finally, French cuisine is coming to Disneyland Paris. Bistrot Chez Rémy is a themed table service restaurant inspired by recipes of the film. The restaurant will fit 370 persons and is themed as the creation of Rémy, the rat who love to cook, located in “La Place de Rémy”. Like on the ride, guests will feel somewhat smaller while at the restaurant, as it features human items made larger. For all of you wondering now: YES! You can enjoy a tasty Ratatouille!

How excited are you?