Friday, 6 April 2018

Disneyland Paris Details // Les Mystères du Nautilus - Part 1


For the third instalment of this series, we move into another land - Discoveryland. I really want this to be up there as a favourite land because when it comes to the themeing and stuff, I adore it! However, it needs something more. I wish we still had Le Visionarium, as well as Buzz Lightyear Laser Blast and some more representation of other classic Disney sci-fi movies...not just the Star Wars, take over. Think how cool a Treasure Planet attraction would be, or even something based on Flight of the Navigator, The Absent-Minded Professor/Flubber or Wall-E! I'd love to see them play up the underwater aspect and add an Atlantis ride as well, but apparently, I digress! haha

Getting back to the point, this DLP Details documents a much underrated and stunningly detailed walkthrough attraction that I never tire of - the 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea inspired 'Les Mystères du Nautilus'. Click here to fully submerge yourself as you explore through some of my images below.


A couple things you might notice from these photos are, A - it's pretty gloomy down there making things difficult to photograph unless you wack up the ISO crazy amounts or have a tripod and I am not one of those people who cart around my massive tripod at Disney. B - there aren't usually eager crowds of ear clad kids queuing to spill through a submarine based on a movie from the 1950's, hence being able to get such photobomb free images!
Are there actually any Nautilus fans out there? If you are are DLP visitor have you ever been to explore? If not, why not and would you in future? Look out for part 2 coming next Friday!

Check out more Disneyland Paris Details here!
It's A Small World - Part 1
It's A Small World - Part 2
Adventure Isle - Part 1
Adventure Isle - Part 2


4 comments:

  1. I adore these posts of yours Danielle, you always manage to capture the scenery there beautifully. I love that shot of the duck too, how sweet! I have to try and get here someday, the detailing is just stunning! - Tasha

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    1. Thank you so much Tasha. I'm still holding out hope you'll make it for my 30th in October 2020! We're planning to drive now so it'll be way less expensive!

      xo

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  2. I've never visited Nautilus, but I love the look of it! And I love that you can avoid the crowds here too!

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    1. You haven't?! :O It's beautiful isn't it? The 2nd part of this post shows the most beautiful bits of it!

      xo

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