Palo Alto's long-lived holiday tradition, Christmas Tree Lane, will open this Saturday on Dec. 14. The 73-year-old neighborhood-street ritual of holiday decorations begins at 5 p.m.
Visitors can best take in the decorations by parking in the adjacent neighborhood and strolling down Fulton Street. The street is two-way, so drivers are asked to turn off headlights and use parking lights as they drive slowly down the street. Adults and children often cross the street along the lane.
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