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Even rain can’t dampen that Disney magic: How the Eurostar has made getting to Disneyland Paris even easier

The Mail On Sunday's Caron Kemp travelled to Disneyland in Paris on the Eurostar with her three children in tow. The service meant she could hop the train and go straight to the park.
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