Monday, March 30, 2020

A Look Back: Christmas 2019 at Disneyland

Today I'm following my posts on Christmas 2019 at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and Disney California Adventure with a few photos of Christmas at Disneyland.

I hope everyone will enjoy a touch of Christmas cheer as we are about to embark on a few more weeks of "social distancing" at home.

Above, Main Street, U.S.A. decked out with garlands and Mickey wreaths; below, Mickey waffles for breakfast at Carnation Cafe are always wonderful! Can't wait to eat there again.

The Pioneer Mercantile in Frontierland decked out for Christmas:

No Christmas visit to Disneyland is complete without a ride on It's a Small World Holiday!

We also enjoyed the then-new Dueling Pianos show at Frontierland's Golden Horseshoe:

It was a cute little show with a pair of talented pianists, and it's always wonderful to pay a visit to this classic Disney venue.

Our trip also included a stop in Galaxy's Edge, where we came to the aid of Rebel master spy Vi Moradi, who was evading members of the First Order. What fun!

I love details such as this found throughout Batuu:

Our day included our third visit to the Millennium Falcon for a Smuggler's Run ride!

Our next Christmas visit to Disneyland will be more special than ever, and I suspect many of my readers who are able to visit will feel the same way.

Previously: A Look Back: Christmas 2019 at Disney's Grand Californian Hotel and A Look Back: Christmas 2019 at Disney California Adventure.


Blogger Seth said...

Had I mentioned that I was at Disneyland last December to experience the Park in Christmastime and attend the Candlelight Processional? It was just incredible--it felt like Walt could have been right there, and at the same time, it was almost unbelievable that it still occurs, considering the subject matter. I also enjoyed Small World and that new show in the Golden Horseshoe (with the one exception of the obligatory, trite, PC "update" to the GREAT BIG BEAUTIFUL TOMORROW lyric at the end.)

A special place indeed, further magnified by a magnificent season.

10:28 PM  
Blogger Laura said...

That's wonderful you got to see the Candlelight Procession! (And it really is almost surprising they still do it.) Performing in the Candlelight Procession for three years of high school choir is a treasured memory.

Sure am missing the parks these days--

Best wishes,

11:18 AM  

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