The holidays at the Disneyland Resort bring with them plenty of Christmas trees, and especially at Disney California Adventure, they come in different and creative forms. There are the trees that look like trees--towering evergreens clad with tinsel and ornaments. But there are more abstract forms, especially in places like Cars Land and even parts of Grizzly Peak. The same is true in Pacific Wharf, where the "trees" are actually buoys, floating blissfully in the water. Each topped by its own star, with string lights stretched from top to bottom, they are a serene reminder of the holiday spirit!
|Floating buoys act as Christmas trees in the water of Pacific Wharf.|
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