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5 Travel Tips for Thanksgiving Travelers
Posted By David Porter On November 7, 2012 @ 7:09 pm In Travel Experience | Comments Disabled
I think of my dearly departed grandmother who made the best Thanksgiving Day dinners in the world with nearly everything made from scratch out of her garden.
I think of my departed mother-in-law Rita who loved putting on a big Thanksgiving spread and having her family around her.
And, I think of my own mother’s pumpkin pie. Yum. Yum. Yum.
However, for millions of Americans, they’ll think of the overcrowded airports, long security lines, and hassled travelers that they will find along the way. Hard to be thankful for that.
To help you arrive with your sanity on Thanksgiving Day, here are a few important tips:
Above all, be patient. It is going to be crowded, the lines will be long, and nothing will happen as fast as you’d like it to. Breathe in, breathe out, Grasshopper!
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