It's beginning to look alot like Christmas around Walt Disney World as Halloween makes way for it.
Over the past few days, we've seen the Christmas tree put up in the Magic Kingdom and the Jungle Cruise transformed into the Jingle Cruise with its festive overlay. At Animal Kingdom and Disney's Hollywood Studios, work continues on the festive decorating and lights are being installed in the greenhouse in The Land pavilion at EPCOT Center.
This is a much-needed change from what's been seen in the parks since the re-opening as it provides something new and interesting for guests to see, particularly the locals who make up a large number of daily visitors.
With an annual Christmas morning show that is shaping up to be more of a repeat than new content and the attendance of the parks still allegedly at 25% capacity, it's nice to see some traditions return in November and December at the parks, which appears to be on a larger scale than the fall decorations were.