Disneyland - Main Street USA
Close-up of the ornaments on the big Christmas tree in Town Square.
Mural on the side of the Bank of Main Street. "A penny saved is a penny earned."
Here's Pat using the Bank of Main Street's ATM. This is the only real banking you can do here anymore. When the park first opened, however, there was a full branch of Bank of America here.
Dave shopped for Christmas treasures.
Never fear--Mickey didn't forget our Jewish friends! :-)
Before leaving, we stoped for a late-night treat at the Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor.
Jeff shows off his waffle bowl filled with mint-chocolate chip at the Gibson Girl Ice Cream Parlor.
Instead of ice cream, Pat opted for cotton candy.
The post-fireworks crowd streamed out of the park and past the big Christmas tree.
Goodnight City Hall. Goodnight moon.
This Tinkerbell figure was at the floral Mickey at the park's entrance. Every few seconds, her "pixie dust" (the sparkly lights embedded in the ground) would swoop around and light up the Mickey head. It looked pretty cool, and was a nice way to say goodbye to Disneyland at the end of the day!
Now, on to part two: Click here for the Candlelight Processional, Parade & Fireworks.