Oh man, what a day it was today. It's the beginning of November and all this week it has been in the 90's. Of course, it is not suppose to cool down until the weekend. Normally I don't mind the heat, but today it was starting to get a little uncomfortable
-Disney California Adventure-
The C-A-L-I-F-O-R-N-I-A letters got their annual candy cane letter overlay with Mickey and Goofy
The Golden Gate Bridge all decked out with Christmas lights and wreath likely for the last time
The walls have been pushed out towards the parade route at the Sunshine Plaza
The ElecTRONica stage has been pushed out too
Sunshine Plaza with its minimal Christmas decorations
As you can see, for the time being there is no parade viewing where the walls are
Because of the heat, there was hardly anyone around
As you can begin to see, the sheathing has been cut out with a design
Another view of the cut sheathing
Mulholland Madness with a majority of its mural gone!
-Mickey's Fun Wheel-
World of Color platforms lowered beneath the water
Even with the heat, and what little crowd there was, Toy Story Midway Mania had about a 15-20 min wait
Another view of the 3 World of Color platforms fully submerged
Looking over at The Little Mermaid attraction
The gazebo has been replaced with a Christmas Tree
With the 60's bubbly surf music gone and replaced with a more 1920's era music, I think it would be cool if Paradise Pier played Christmas music
Flik's Fun Fair getting decorated with its Christmas theme
Ouch! What happened here!
Giant ornaments and lights decorate the land
The Trolley tracks going around the corner
Some new parade lights
More tracks have been exposed!
What are those brown boxes?
They appear to possibly be speaker boxes for the parades
Work being done on the lower portion of the marquee of the Hyperion
A new set of parade speakers
Some more new parade lights
Looking down at the Hollywood Tower Hotel
Wasn't there a curb here? Or was it always flat?
Until it disappears, High School Musical is being presented on the ElecTRONica stage
As you can see, the walls wrap all the way around to the parade gates
Workers working on the Hyperion marquee sign
Everything looks to be back to normal, until you turn the corner
And see the snow covered Castle
The scaffolding has been taken down
New chandeliers adorn the Disney Clothiers store
Christmas does still exist in the future!
It really is dead here at Disneyland because there was no line for Finding Nemo!
The Clock received its Santa hat
ToonTown is getting into the spirit of the holidays
Mickey got some new Christmas lights this year instead of the garland in the past
Walking by, it seems like they were just letting people queue up in the shade to meet Rapunzel and Flynn
Is this place open?! I hear music coming from the stage, but there is no one there eating!
Christmas comes to Frontierland
The Mark Twain had front row seating still available!
It's nice to see that Splash Mountain only had a 10 min wait
That's it for today's pictorial
I hope you enjoyed it!
Until next time...