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Where to go on holidays for Thanksgiving

New York, New York!

New York City is, without a doubt, one of the best destinations if you’re wondering where to go for the Thanksgiving holidays. The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade is world famous for its amazing floats and balloons, and you can leave the stress of cooking behind in one of New York’s award-winning restaurants; the majority of whom will be providing a special Thanksgiving menu, making New York City one of the top places to go for Thanksgiving. Outside of New York, the trees will be bursting with bright red foliage, making a drive up the east coast more than worthwhile. Along the way, you can take in the sights of Massachusetts, as well as visit Boston and New Jersey.

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Learn History at Squaw Creek

During the Thanksgiving holidays, this Lake Tahoe resort holds a special program, which is invested in teaching people about the true history of this holiday, so if you’ve been wondering where to go for Thanksgiving and also enjoy learning, Squaw Creek is a great bet. The Magical Memories program features a tree-lighting ceremony, a gingerbread village and a buffet, as well as sleigh rides, making it one of the more traditional places to go for Thanksgiving vacation. The resort is in an out-of-the-way hillside location, which is easily drivable by car, which can be hired at the airport.

Plymouth Rocks

Plymouth, New England, where the pilgrims landed, is the root of Thanksgiving history and one of the more traditional places to go for Thanksgiving. Visit Plymouth Rock, and see the place where the pilgrims first set foot in America. Plymouth Rock is situated in Pilgrim Memorial State Park, which is down by the waterfront in Plymouth. The stone is free to visit and is on a straight road down the 44 East and the easiest way to get around is by car. Cars can be hired from the airport or from Plymouth itself. Besides visiting Plymouth Rock, the city also holds a big parade and kicks processdings off with an impressive opening ceremony on November 22nd.

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