Jolly Holiday is a song from the film, Mary Poppins. It was written by the Sherman Brothers. It is sung by Bert and Mary Poppins in the pastel fantasy sequence before reaching the carousel. The Oscar winning music arranger Irwin Kostal provided the much lauded orchestration.
The film takes place in 1910 (although the P.L. Travers books place the story in 1934) and the song is in the Music Hall style of the period.
Jolly Holiday Bakery
Sit on the expansive Victorian-style garden patio and nibble on an assortment of sweet and flaky baked goods and desserts. Take in the prime views of people enjoying their day at the Happiest Place on Earth with Sleeping Beauty Castle and Matterhorn Bobsleds in the background.
Feel especially merry when you sample breakfast entrees like an egg and bacon croissant sandwich or a yogurt parfait. Try lunch and dinner delights like oven-roasted turkey on ciabatta, a toasted cheese sandwich or the fabulous Jolly Holiday Salad.
You can see more of the bakery in this previous post.
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