Horrible pictures of Disneyland at Christmas

I can’t believe I forgot to post these, but I was fortunate enough to see Disneyland’s first day of Christmas decorations

November 4th, I believe? For work, if you can call it that. I’d actually just visited the park (for the first time in my life!) a few weeks prior, and oddly enough, Sleeping Beauty’s Castle was the only thing in the park decked out for December 25th. As a matter of fact, I think there were still a couple of residual pumpkins lying around from the Halloween celebration. Which looked sort of like this:

A better pic with a better camera

You got the you wreaths, your multi-colored glass balls, some faux snow on the roof… and that’s about it for Disneyland unfortunately. However, Disney’s California Adventure right across the way was considerably more dressed to the Holidays (to say nothing of the fantastic TRON expo going on right now.)

From the newly candy cane-striped letters in front of California Adventure’s gate. Goofy adorned the “A”

And I apologize profusely for this, because apparently I’m so infatuated with my stupid fucking iPhone, I don’t even bother to bring my superior digital camera anywhere anymore. Hence the pixelated murk… so it goes. At least the next pic fared a little better.


You know, I live in San Francisco… and I can’t for the life of me understand why the city’s never attempted that with the actual Golden Gate Bridge. I mean, obviously it’s much bigger. But I see construction dudes swinging around up there pretty consistently for reasons I can’t begin to fathom. Why not hang a stocking next time you’re up there, Bob the Builder?

Wish I had more for you. Should you still be craving a Disney Christmas fix why not peep that sidebar to your left and scroll until you see a familiar character.

3 thoughts on “Horrible pictures of Disneyland at Christmas

  1. As far downhill as Disney has gone, they still know how to make their shit classy. Of course I haven’t seen the Hannah Montana or High School Musical sections so I could be mistaken.

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