There are only two advantages to living in Anaheim:
1. Sweet hubby is here &
2. I live near the Happiest Place on Earth...DISNEYLAND!
Sweet hubby thinks I'm a slight bit pixelated because every year I buy an annual pass. My theory is, "if you live in an area filled with tourist attractions then by all means be a tourist." He doesn't quite understand this theory, but that's OK as long as he allows me to indulge my inner child.
So last night I wandered around to see what kind of Christmas decorating has gone on.
Lets take a look....
The trees at Down Town Disney are all a twinkle with silver lights and bright colorful orbs hanging from the branches.................
Looking overhead in New Orleans Square. All the wrought iron porches are dripping with lights and ornaments and everything sparkly and shiny..........
The famous circular staircase that leads to what was once going to be Walt's private quarters. Now you can rent it for a pretty penny...I think. Blue isn't usually a color I consider for Christmas, but this tree is lovely, don't you think?
Another festively adorned balcony overlooking New Orleans Square. It too is done in blue, but contrasts beautifully with the creamy yellow of the walls.
Regardez beau petit Bat en Rouge avec tout l'it' ;
accents brillants rouges de boules et d'or de s.
N'est-ce pas la vue la plus belle ?
Translation: Look at the lovely little Bat en Rouge with all it's red shiny balls and gold accents.
Is it not the most beautiful sight?
Impressive French, don't you think? Ever heard of Babelfish? It's fun for the whole family!
It was getting dark and since I happen to be as blind as a bat I decided to head home to the comfort of my little cottage. I can't wait to see what gets transformed next week.