Yesterday was a momentous day for the Disneyland Resort. For the first time since this past March, guests were allowed inside the gates of a Disney theme park in Anaheim, as Disney California Adventure opened up as an expansion of Downtown Disney. Although virtual reservations are required, and capacity is being kept very low, it's still a chance for fans to enjoy Disney theme park ambiance in Southern California after an eight-month absence. And with that opening also comes holiday decorations, as Buena Vista Street has been dressed up in her season's finest to commemorate the holidays.
To mark the occasion, I'm posting a few photos from Buena Vista Street's Chrismas scene last year. The decorations don't really change much, but neither do the warm memories and sentiments. Christmas at the Disneyland Resort has always been a charming and nostalgic experience, and even though it's limited this year, a little holiday cheer is still better than none!
|Oswald's Filling Station greets guests entering the park.|
|Five & Dime is one of the main shopping establishments on Buena Vista Street.|
|The facades on Buena Vista Street feature the classic, large-bulb colorful Chrismas lights.|
|A towering tree soars near Carthay Circle.|
|It's a partner to the Carthay Circle Restaurant.|
|A simple but large wreath adorns the tower of the iconic "weenie" of Buena Vista Street.|
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