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Disneyland Paris 2009 Halloween Decor

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  • [Review] Disneyland Paris 2009 Halloween Decor

    Disneyland Paris 2009 Halloween Decor



    Disneyland Paris Halloween season ended last night and we will have a last look to it before the arrival of the Christmas season. The weather last saturday was cloudy in the afternoon, however if we don't pay attention to the white sky i have some nice pictures for you. As always, click on each to see them in big size.

    Not a lot of new decor this year, the pumpkin men are always desperately trying to paint Main Street and Frontierland in orange colour and i hope like most of DLP fans that next year the park will spend some money to create new decors for this always popular Halloween season.

    Instead we had a kind of "musical chairs" with decors previously located in Frontierland that were placed this year in other location like this giant skull head above which was this year on Town Square. Nothing really new on Main Street, except may be this pumpkin men standing in front of the little house in front of Storybook Store.





    We move now to Frontierland which is always transformed in "Halloweenland" during this season and where guests can find most of the Halloween decor, including a meet and greet with Jack Skellington, the Halloween stage, and many more.
















    Jump on the Disney and more full article where dozens more pictures of the DLP Halloween decor awaits you!


    Disney and more: Disneyland Paris 2009 Halloween Decor

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    http://disneyandmore.blogspot.com/

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