The New York portion of Tokyo Disney Sea's American Waterfront features a beautifully gritty representation of the Big Apple at the end of the Industrial Age. The automobile is beginning its dominance, but rail still has a large presence, and the low rise density is only occasionally interrupted by a standout tower (like the Hotel Hightower
, for instance). This is the nostalgic view of America's first metropolis. An urban port of call with a neighborhood scale despite its big city emergence. And during Christmas time, the charm is even more enhanced, taking on a Rockwell vibe. After all, back in the early 1900s, Christmas in the city was quite the stylish thing to do!
|Much like it's namesake, the New York City portion of American Waterfront is bustling by day.|
|In a certain way, this is Tokyo Disney Sea's Main Street, even though it's to the side.|
|By the end of the night, the streets have grown quiet.|
|But the Christmas decorations still add beauty and magic to the air!|
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