October 2003
Disneyland Paris, France
On Saturday 25 October we visited Disneyland Paris for the day. We had checked into a hotel nearby the night before and visited the Disney Village.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
1/15 On 24 October we shopped in Brussels and then headed south and checked into a hotel nearby Disneyland Paris. That evening we visited Disney Village and had dinner at this new restaurant King Ludwig's Castle.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
2/15 Here we approach the Magic Kingdom with this nice view of the Disneyland Hotel.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
3/15 Mickey greeted us when we entered the park.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
4/15 Mainstreet was full of men that were painting everything orange for Halloween.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
5/15 The story went that when a witch saw that all these men were painting Main Street orange she froze them in time, that is why they are all standing still now.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
6/15 More orange maniacs.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
7/15 In front of Sleeping Beauty's castle was a huge pumpkin where children could get scary make-up and hair.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
8/15 The first attraction we did was Big Thunder Mountain, which was pretty cool because it was very foggy out and you couldn't see much.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
9/15 Also for Halloween this large floating 'ghost' was pulling the Mark Twain boat around.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
10/15 Arthur at the entrance of the Walt Disney Studios park.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
11/15 Back at the Magic Kingdom we took this train around.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
12/15 In Frontierland, which was renamed Halloweenland in October, there were thousands and thousands of (real) pumpkins EVERYWHERE!
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
13/15 During the Villains Parade on Main Street Chip 'n' Dale were dressed up at ghosts.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
14/15 This year Main Street already had it's Christmas decoration installed during the Halloween month of October, but the white lights weren't on.
 - (1970-01-01 2003) - Photo Album Amy Evenstad and Arthur de Wolf
15/15 That evening we had dinner at a Buffalo Grill restaurant.