An Unofficial Guide to Disneyland Paris is a frank, honest and funny look at Disneyland Paris, put together by a Lexy, mom who has obviously spent a great deal of time at the parks! What I found great about this app is that she’s not afraid to say what she thinks about the park. If a restaurant is noisy, she’ll tell you. If she thinks a ride isn’t worth the wait, she’ll tell you that too. Her honesty is refreshing!

The app tackles 62 rides, attractions and play areas that are found in Disneyland Paris. You’ll find information about height restrictions, Fast Pass availability and a rating on how the app ranks for toddlers, preschoolers and grade school children. Next you’ll find a description and opinion about the ride and attraction and this is where the insider information comes in! You’ll discover information about which restaurants are full of distracting noise, which rides are best tackled in the evening and which may give your kids nightmares.

An Unofficial Guide has been written with a straight talk, no nonsense style that pulls no punches and made me smile. As I was going through the app I could tell that this information had definitely been put together by a mom who had actually been to the park, many times. As a mom myself I always appreciate getting the “inside scoop” from other moms and so I found this realistic look at what to expect from Disneyland Paris refreshing. I’d love to find out what Lexy thinks of the Disneyland parks in the United States!

Price when Reviewed: $1.99

See the app in iTunes

Requirements: Compatible with iPhone, iPod touch, and iPad.Requires iOS 3.1 or later. This app is designed for both iPhone and iPad.

Seller: Annel Delorme

Disclosure: I received a free copy of this app for review purposes.

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