Weekly Disneyland Photo Update For November 2, 2012

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Holiday decorations are starting to appear around the Disneyland Resort. Here you can see Sleeping Beauty Castle with its decorations. The stage in front of the castle will be used for Disney Parks Christmas Day Parade television special. Filming will take place this Saturday and Sunday.

Christmas decorations are also up on the exterior of It’s a Small World.

Holiday decorations on Mickey’s Toontown City Hall.

Roger Rabbit’s Car Toon Spin. Notice Santa Roger Rabbit near the top of the building.

Toontown Fire Department

Pink decorations on Minnie’s House.

Mickey’s House.

Goofy’s Playhouse.

Moving on to the rest of the park, The Golden Horseshoe.

New Orleans Square

New Orleans Square continued.

Pirate League has been removed from the Court of Angels in New Orleans Square. The Court of Angels has had its holiday decorations added but the Christmas shop that normally occupies this spot during the holiday season has not been added yet.

As of today only a few spots of Critter Country has holiday decorations up. Check back next week for pictures.

Holiday decorations have also started to appear in Disney California Adventure. Here you can see the exterior for Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Undersea Adventure. The highly anticipated holiday decorations for Buena Vista Street and Cars Land have not yet been installed.

More decorations in Paradise Gardens.

Flik’s Fun Fair

Giant Christmas tree decorations in Bug’s Land.

Earl of Sandwich has been in soft opening all of this week. The grand opening is scheduled for today. The lines were very long for most of the week with waits reaching up to an hour.

There is a small seating area inside the restaurant but most of the seats can be found outside in a covered seating area.

The lines to place an order might have been long but waits for sandwiches were much better every time I visited.

Posted on November 2, 2012

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