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How crowded will be on March 21st to March 25th 2013. How many families with children school age will be there(even tough UK schools don't break up for Easter holidays until 30th March 2013 and their parents should not make their children Mitch/ play Truancy from school during school term to go to disneyland paris not matter how money Disneyland Paris offer for the hotels and park tickets). How easy will it be to get on ride especially the most popular ones I don't want me and my mother to queue for one hour just to get on the rides because we only there for 5 days and I will want to go on much of the rides, see all the parades, see as much of the characters I can to have an photo and to have their autograph, go to see the shows e.g. Stitch Live, Playhouse Disney, Cinmagic, animagic and the Lights, Motors, Action! Extreme Stunt Show on those 5 days. Also is true that all the on site-hotels rooms are all booked up, the reason I'm asking if all rooms in the on site are booked is because both me and my mum want to upgrade to the junior suite at castle club in Disneyland hotel because of my noonan syndrome I find difficult to get in and out of an bath with an deep surface and no rails and both of us would prefer and room with an shower as well as an bath.
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I would expect it to be busy. that is during the French school Easter holidays and the annual pass deals mean many locals have them. In fact it has been our experience that DLP no longer has an off season and I am convinced it is because the annual pass deals are so good it is always full of day trippers.