Christmas Lights To Look At on The Peninsula of Nor Cal [Thoughts]

by on November 22, 2009

in bruce's thoughts

When I moved to the Bay Area, our first two seasons we never knew where the “Candy Cane Lane” of the neighborhoods were. I live in Northern California on the Peninsula and when I’ve asked people who have lived here all their lives where I might find a neighborhood where the houses decorate their yards and homes and people cruise by, no one seemed to have a decent answer.

Finally, the Daily Post put out a quick blurb on such a place.

It’s called Christmas Tree Lane and it’s located on Palo Alto’s Fulton Street, between Embarcadero Road and Seale Avenue. Or on the 1700 and 1800 blocks of Fulton Street.

Though the street can be driven, they recommend walking it to be able to enjoy it better. Sounds like a plan to me.

If anyone wants to contribute locations of streets decorated with holiday lights in your region, feel free to add them to the comments here. As always, all comments are welcomed on SoB!

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