Christmas is over, but I have a few pictures that I want to share with you before moving on to other things. Besides, if you want to plan for a Disney Christmas next year, now is the time to start planning. Christmas Day is anything but traditional for us. My daughter works for Disney and the holidays are so busy that it will be years before she gets Christmas off. It is nice that the managers all work short shifts on holidays, so that everyone can enjoy time with friends or family. My daughter worked from 6:00 am until 11:00 am, then we opened gifts and headed over to the Disney Beach Club Resort for dinner. The centerpiece above was in the lobby and I really wanted it to come home with me. One thing about Disney, they certainly know how to decorate for the holidays!
The hotels all serve cookies and
cider on Christmas Eve and Christmas.
We had a wonderful seafood (and everything else)
buffet at the Cape May Cafe.
How often do you see geraniums and
poinsettias planted next to each other?
We took a stroll over to the Yacht Club Resort
which was equally decked out for the holiday.
We had a wonderful day. Food, family,
friends and beautiful things to see.