It's kind of incredible to think that the structure of this tower dirigible below is just part of a facade for a quick-serve restaurant, but that is the caliber and grandeur of Discoveryland--Disneyland Paris' version of Tomorrowland and one of the most extravagantly and immersively fantastical themed lands that Disney has put out, at least until Tokyo Disney Sea came around. This Jules Verne-inspired area, with a retro-futuristic steampunk feel, envisions a tomorrow that never was, and that would be more whimsically fantastic and imaginative than a massive airship seemingly ready to spring out to the skies? It's part of a fantastic ambiance that is arguably the most photogenic area in a park that is fully photogenic everywhere!
|A large blimp peers out of a hangar of sorts at the Videopolis restaurant at Disneyland Paris.|
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