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Should Disneyland Europe be grouped in with Paris (I think it should, since it's officially located "in" Paris), and/or should it get its own page (which would make linking possible)? -- (WT-en) Nils 23:22 Jan 10th, 2004 (CET)
- Isn't there an Ile de France page or something like that? Seems like it should link from there. Meanwhile a link in the Paris Get Out section would make sense. But mainly I think since people treat it as a destination in its own right it should probably get its own page. -- (WT-en) Mark 18:57, 10 Jan 2004 (EST)
- We have a few links for Disneyland on, say, California -- but no article yet. I'd think EuroDisney would be its own page, too. But I dunno. --(WT-en) Evan 19:05, 10 Jan 2004 (EST)
- Just my two eurocents, but EuroDisney is a destination according to my favorite Project:What's an article? rule-of-thumb: people go there, eat there, and sleep there. So I think EuroDisney gets an article, but I'd probably say something like Six Flags Magic Mountain or the Beach Bordwalk wouldn't. Just want to make the point that this gets a page because it is a 'destiantion' and not just cause it's very popular. Also agree with Mark about linking from Paris "get out." (WT-en) Majnoona
- The page should be called Disneyland Resort Paris not EuroDisney. Disneyland Europe is an unofficial term, and EuroDisney is the corporation that operates Disneyland Paris but not the name of the attraction itself. Disneyland Paris is a right enough name, so it's either than or, the more official, long name, Disneyland Resort Paris. I also think it should have its own page. (WT-en) Ronline 03:31, 15 Jan 2004 (EST)
- Still, all Disneylands share fundamentally the same characteristics, plus it'd solve link issues. Just link to Disneyland and pick whichever you want. It'd also solve the naming issues if we just use Disneyland/<location>. Ah well, I'll just use Disneyland Paris, we can always move it later. (WT-en) Nils 12:26 Jan 24th 2004 (CET)
Naming: the Google test
The almighty Google says:
"Disneyland Paris": 589,000 "Eurodisney": 341,000 "Disneyland Resort Paris": 181,000
Case closed. (WT-en) Jpatokal 11:52, 29 Mar 2005 (EST)
The official name is Disneyland Resort Paris from 2002 onwards.
Again with the corporate shouting?
Oh for the love of Zeus, if we are going to provide prices, why do we provide them for 2013, which is four years past? Either provide them for the current year or leave it be. Hobbitschuster (talk) 16:58, 3 August 2017 (UTC)