About Us

Unlike many of the European motorhome bloggers, we are not full timers. We tend to use our motorhome every weekend in the UK and then use most of our holiday time from work going around Europe.  We are also restricted by school holidays, so we are often travelling at peak times to the busiest places.

Our motorhome is a British made Swift Sundance 630L and is built on a Fiat Ducato X250 chassis with a 2.3 litre diesel 130 Multijet engine.  It is a 6 berth with a large U-shaped lounge at the rear, a 4 seat dinette in the middle and a double bed over the cab.

We also travel with our two big dogs – A Golden Retriever and an Old English Sheepdog.

The registration number of our motorhome is N5 XXL, so if you do see us out and about please pop over and say hello.

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  1. Hi, sorry can’t find you on FB, I spoke to Disney land about annual passes and overnight parking they told me I would still have to pay €35 per night for MH parking can you advise me otherwise..thanks so much in advance
    On FB I’m Matt Holmes, Bristol


    • Hi Matt,

      On the day of your arrival you will have to pay the initial parking fee (one night) at the main gates. This assumes you do not already have an annual pass – If you do already have one then they will let you in for free. Once in the park you need to purchase a ‘Dream’ Annual Pass (other passes are cheaper, but do not have the free parking).

      Then take this pass to the Animal Centre, or the main carpark gates, along with the A4 piece of paper they gave you when you first entered the carpark. The carpark staff will then stamp your A4 piece of paper with ‘AP’ for free and displaying this in your windscreen is all you have to do for subsequent days.

      The advice from Disneyland staff on the phone varies considerably, but what is described above is what I have experienced constantly over the last 6 years and most recently this Easter. Additionally, the Dream annual passes seem aimed at French nationals (no English translations on any printed literature you get), but there are no nationality rules associated with the pass. This may also explain why they answered in the way that they did.




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