Welcome to those of you joining me from The Disney Point and those of you just hopping aboard.  I am the Final stop on our Magical Blogorail.

Today I’m filling in on the Magical Blogorail Black line, and while I’ve never been to Disneyland Paris, I have heard a bit about it, and I have a definite idea of the one attraction that I’d bring back from there!

Actually, the attraction I’d bring back is already at Walt Disney World — and that attraction is Pirates of the Caribbean!  However, there are some truly incredible aspects about the DLP version that I’ve just got to replicate over on this side of the pond!

From what I understand, the Blue Lagoon Restaurant is a Pirates themed restaurant that actually overlooks part of the attraction!  I imagine it would be similar to eating at the San Angel Inn in the Mexico Pavilion and seeing the Gran Fiesta Tour Starring Three Caballeros boat ride pass by you.

Here’s a YouTube video I saw of the restaurant — tell me, what do you think of it?

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Vj8qHpa7y8

So, what do you think?  Should they introduce a restaurant that overlooks the ride at Walt Disney World, or should they leave a good thing alone?  Part of me wants to see the restaurant there, although truth be told, the You Tube video didn’t really put the restaurant where I thought it would be from what I heard.  It kind of reminds me of a cross between Gran Fiesta Tour, like I mentioned before, and the Living with the Land boat ride at Epcot.

What I thought it was going to be was guests eating their dinner and overlooking the actual scene where the town is.  I think that would be really cool, but another part of me worries that the ride would be ruined because of people taking pictures while they are eating.  As you can tell by my back and forth writing, I’m on the fence on this, so I’m leaving it up to you.  Tell me please — should Walt Disney World add a restaurant overlooking the Pirates of the Caribbean ride?  Or, should they leave it well enough alone?  Or, am I way off on how the restaurant is positioned at DLP?  Maybe my friends from across the border can help out with that.

Thank you for joining Magical Blogorail Black this month.  We will be back in August with an all new theme.  Keep checking in with our blogs in between loops to keep up to date with our Disney news, photos and stories.  If you are looking for more Disney magic, you can make your way over to The Magical Blogorail website to see all our members and their blogs, as well as all our previous loops.

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Mike has been a Disney fan since his first trip to the Magic Kingdom in 1979 when he was 11 years old. Since that first trip, he has seen parks open, lands close, and attractions come and go, but one thing remains the same, his love for Disney is as strong as ever. His Disney adventures caused him to start My Dreams of Disney because he wanted to document for his family and friends all of the special Disney Memories he has enjoyed with his family, and since that first post in 2010, Mike's hobby has become his passion! Now a Travel Consultant with Pixie Vacations for six years, Mike has helped many of his readers plan and have incredible Disney vacations of their own. Check us out on Facebook, Twitter, and . Also, connect with us on our Pixie Vacations by Mike Ellis Facebook page to submit a quote request or learn more about all of your possible vacation destinations!

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3 Responses to “Magical Blogorail Black: What I’d bring to Disney World from Disneyland Paris!”

  1. This is a brilliant idea! I've never been inside the Blue Lagoon Restaurant because I'm not much of a fan of seafood! But from being on the ride, the restaurant is pretty far away from the boats … I've never felt like I'm intruding on the restaurant atmosphere … most diners tend to enjoy waving and trying to catch your attention! As for people taking photos on the boats, it's not something I've noticed as being overbearing or anything, there's not much in the section that passes the restaurant anyway so I don't think photos are taken too often :) I love that Dlp has this unique feature in the Pirates of the Caribbean ride – I can imagine it adds a lot of atmosphere to the Blue Lagoon! You've made me want to go in and find something I can eat just so I can see what it's like from an inside the restaurant point of view! :) xxx