Letter: Found in France: one lively mouse

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The Independent Online
Sir: I enjoyed reading Frank Barrett's article, on our arrival back from Euro Disney that day. We had just spent two nights at the Cheyenne Hotel with our four-year-old daughter.

Mr Barrett concludes 'but there is a more fundamental question of whether Europeans really want Euro Disney'. We had resisted its omnipresent advertising for some time. At last we succumbed - key reasons for going were that it was not Florida, was not too hot, not too crowded not so very expensive. The 'grey February mist' was fine. We loved it.

It would be a real shame if this beautifully made little kingdom, into which so much trouble and imagination has gone, should have to close.

I sincerely hope it doesn't.

Yours faithfully,



2 March