Best 2013 Thanksgiving Destinations

Since Thanksgiving is already around the corner, a lot of people are looking for travel destinations in case they don’t want to simply spend this holiday with their family in an old good fashion way. If this is your case there are a lot of places that you should check out before reaching a decision.

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Plymouth, Massachusetts

Plymouth is located at only 45 minutes from Boston. If you would like to get a feel of what Thanksgiving is really about, this is the perfect destination for you. Here you will find players in costume presentingthe way of life of the first pilgrims. You will be able to enjoy parades, waterfront activates, and concerts.

Leiden, Holland

Leiden, Holland

There are only a few people who know that before the pilgrims reached America, they spent over ten years in Holland. If you take a trip there, you could attend a service at Pieterskerk church and visit the American Pilgrim Museum. This way you will be able to learn more about the way pilgrims lived.

Dana Point

Dana Point

The Dana Point Turkey Trot is organized each year and the event is attended by over 10,000 visitors on every occasion. Spend a day at the harbor with sailing, whale watching, and fishing.  If you are traveling with the kids, you can be sure that they would enjoy a day at the Ocean Institute.

Chicago

Chicago

If you visit State Street at this time of the year you will see baton twirling, balloon floats, and marching bands as part of the annual parade. You should also make sure that you don’t miss out on the German holiday market. Look for the handmade ornaments and German specialties.

Grapevine

Grapevine

There are a lot of activities for you to enjoy in Grapevine like wine tasting and glass bowling. The Light Show Spectacular is something that you must not miss. If you like the spirit of Christmas, you can be sure that you will find a lot of people here who share this.

Negril, Jamaica

Negril,Jamaica

A lot of people visit Negril over the holidays because of the discounts that they are offered. The activities include snorkeling, beachcombing, and sunbathing. Naturally you may also go hiking or take a swim with dolphins. In fact you could have your summer vacation during Thanksgiving.

There are so many options that making a decision can become overwhelming. Of course you will have to consider the financial aspects of the problem as well.

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