Ok, there may have very well been a post on this previously... but that's never stopped me before..!
I grew up in Los Angeles (live in the Midwest now), and our summer trip was always to Disneyland (Lord, I miss the PeopleMover). The point is, I never got to go to the park during the holiday season.
So, my question to all you good folks is this... What are the things that make being at Disneyland at Christmastime really, really special? It can be anything from the smallest holiday detail to the just the overall feeling you get and why you get it. I'm also looking forward to reading about the holiday-specific food offerings as well, especially those yummy treats that you have to hunt for in little out-of-the-way corners on Main Street and other places (there absolutely MUST be out-of-this-world gingerbread men being baked at DL).
You see, we are saving for a week-long trip to the park next Christmas (concierge at the Grand Californian no less) for a holiday / birthday spectacular (my little princess will be turning five at this time next year), and I'm really wanting to know why it's the place to be.
Thanks folks, and to the publishers, keep up the great work on the site.