Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Today at Disneyland: Thanksgiving Eve 2018

We spent several hours at Disneyland today enjoying our family's traditional Thanksgiving Eve visit to the parks.

Here are some photos of Disneyland decked out for the holidays, starting with the tree at Town Square (above) and details from the tree (below).

The plaque with part of Walt Disney's Opening Day speech surrounded by seasonal poinsettias. Click this or any photo to enlarge for a closer look.

Somehow in all the years we've been going to Disneyland we had never eaten at the Carnation Cafe before today.

It was charming, with Main Street U.S.A. artwork on the walls.

We enjoyed breakfast very much!

Looking down Main Street toward Sleeping Beauty Castle from the Train Station:

The windows along Main Street were all done up festively for the holidays:

Another view of Sleeping Beauty's Winter Castle:

The Golden Horseshoe in Frontierland:

The Fess Parker tribute window in Frontierland:

Some of the decorations at Rancho del Zocalo restaurant in Frontierland:

We took a ride on the Mark Twain:

Views of New Orleans Square:

The entrance to Court des Anges in New Orleans Square:

Storybook Land Canal, photographed from the Casey Jr. train:

Another view of Main Street later in the day:

I hope all my readers will enjoy the long holiday weekend. Happy Thanksgiving!

Previous Thanksgiving Eve at Disneyland Posts: 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017.


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