Some interesting fact's you might not have known about Disney
•The term Euro is thought to be related with bureacracy and politics, so the CEO Michael Eisner changed the name from Euro Disney to Disney Land Paris.
•The Disneyland Paris park is not own by the Walt Disney Company though it has shares of about 49%. The executive company is called Euro Disney. It's the same in Tokoyo just with a different company owning it.
•The Disneyland Paris resort is reported be just smaller than a quarter of Paris.
•Unlike the American resorts the park doesn’t have a Club 33 but has a private salon named Salon Mickey that is accessible by shareholders club members.
•Visitor levels at Disneyland Paris reach a volume of 50 to 60,000, though in peak times it has previously got to 90,000.
•Until the French public complained, the park followed the same rules as the other Disney park establishments, but now alcohol is only served at “Magic Kingdom”.
•In 1992 when the park first launched, French locals appeared unhappy as they decided to attack many of the cast members, ending in security officals having to escort characters around.
•The resort is built in the French countryside and strangely enough they are said to have a rather big field mouse issue.
•In order to communicate with one another, employees within the park use codes. Code 102 implies it has been fixed and code 101 that a ride or attraction needs repairing.
•George Lucas owns the rights to the star tours attraction. One day went he went along to see what it was like he got his camcorder out and started fimling which is disallowed. A member of staff was luckily stopped just as he went to escort Geroge from the building.
•In all of western Europe, The Newport bay club is the largest hotel