I've lost count of the amount of times I've been and whilst each time I decide it'll be the last trip I always find myself returning.
My last trip was October 2012 for Halloween. I think I've now experienced all of the different seasons at Disney but Halloween is my favourite. The park is decorated with pumpkins and there are cheesy Halloween tunes that get stuck in your head playing everywhere.
My best friend Clare describes Disneyland Paris as her "Happy Place" and she really is right. You may be wondering why grown adults love a Disney park so much but I honestly would recommend everyone to go and try it out - it's a fantastic place for a girls holiday.
I'm not actually a huge fan of theme park rides so you'll never catch me planning a trip to Thorpe Park. I'm a bit of a wuss, if anything goes too fast or upside down then count me out. I once spent nearly an entire afternoon in tears at Alton Towers after a moment of bravery convinced me I'd be OK on Nemesis. Disneyland is somewhere I can happily go on most the rides, as there are only a small handful that go upside down so I don't spend my entire day sitting about looking after my friends' bags and can join in the fun.
Being a greedy guts I really enjoy the food at Disney. The breakfasts comprise of stuffing your face with silly amounts of croissants, and if you're sneaky you can then make your lunch out of the ample breads and cheeses on offer at the buffet which saves you money in the Park. You can then spend the day happily eating Mickey shaped biscuits from the bakeries.
We always treat ourselves to dinner out in the evening, our favourite place being Café Mickey where the characters come round to your table and pose for photos. This means as an adult you can kind of get away with chatting to Mickey without looking silly!
You can pretty much leave your boring grownup self behind at St Pancras when you go to Disney. We love to spend an enjoyable few days skipping rather than walking and wearing rather attractive Minnie Mouse ears on our heads. It's also a fantastic excuse to blitz Primark before you go for Disney inspired clothing to wear and whilst you're at the Park you can also legitimately spend too much money on Disney merchandise, even if you do wonder why you bought it all when you get back home.
Of course there are also benefits of being an adult at Disney when you want some grownup time. We like to finish our day in the park by doing a Hotel Bar crawl. I've always loved going for drinks in hotels as you usually get a high level of service and get to lounge about on comfy sofas enjoying some peace and quiet so this really appeals to me. If we're feeling very energetic we make our way round all of our favourite hotels to sample the delights of the different themed bars.
As 2012 was the 20th anniversary celebrations for the Park there was a brand new light show on in the evening which was pretty spectacular, laser lights lit up the Castle and they really did look so impressive.
Now that I've met Simon I don't think I'll be going to Disney again for a little while as there are so many other places I'd like to go, however I do like to think that one day I will share my happy place with him .. I just hope he doesn't mind losing his girlfriend to Mickey Mouse for a few days.