As Thanksgiving quickly approaches, many Americans will partake in these long-time traditions – whether you choose to stay home or vacation at Ouray Colorado hot springs. The truth is, no matter where we choose to celebrate, we can still reflect on all the things we are thankful for and look forward to in the new year.
The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade is probably one of the most well-known American traditions during the Thanksgiving holiday. If people aren’t taking a trip to Ouray lodging, then they’re probably hitting up Manhattan to watch the parade (and also experience the famous New York City Christmas lights that people come from all over the world to see).
Breaking the wishbone for a stroke of good luck isn’t something everyone in the United States does, but for some reason, it is a popular perspective across the globe of how Americans spend their moments after feasting on turkey.
Of course, who can forget the long-awaited post-dinner nap? Watching football and dozing off on the couch after eating some of the best food of the entire year is what many look forward to. Thanksgiving isn’t just a time to eat, it’s a time to rest and relax in the presence of the people you enjoy the most.
That’s what the holiday is all about! No matter where you choose to spend your Thanksgiving holiday this year, having people around you that you care about the most is what makes it a special day.
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