Historic Turkey Trots: 5 Thanksgiving Parades with History

Football, family, friends and a whole lot of dishes and dressings are what make Thanksgiving Day across the country. And as most of the population settles in for a day of eating, tossing around the old pigskin and gatherings with family, the day would not be complete without a little parading and promenading. Parades and Thanksgiving go hand in hand, many with a history stretching back decades. Here are five Thanksgiving parades with a dash of history thrown into the gravy.

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4 Costs To Axe From Your Thanksgiving Travels

With Thanksgiving under a week away, by now, you most likely have your flight booked. While you might think the costs of your Thanksgiving travels are behind you on that credit card you used to purchase the tickets months ago, you might be in for a rude awakening. Before you take off, here are a few easy ways to cut the additional costs from your Thanksgiving travels.

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5 Essential Items To Have on Your Winter Road Trip

In a little over two weeks, many of us will be hopping in the car to travel for Thanksgiving. At the same time, Arctic temperatures are blowing in bitter cold and with it, problems for your winter road trip. While you need to know how to drive in wintry condition on your travels, you also need to know how to pack your vehicle for winter wonderlands turned into nightmares. Before you hit the road for Thanksgiving travels or any winter road trips you are plotting, throw these five essential items in your car.

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5 Tips For Planning Your Holiday Travel Now

Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year’s are some of the worst times of the year to travel. Holiday travel means things are busier, more expensive and stressful. And most likely, holiday travel is busy, expensive and stressful because you didn’t plan accordingly. Before Thanksgiving creeps up, start planning your holiday travel now with these five tips.

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Five Essentials To Pack For Thanksgiving Travel Days

As I gear up to brave the airport for my own Thanksgiving travels, I am packing up my bags with essentials to make one of the busiest travel days a little less busy for me. While there will be crowds, long lines and gate hoverers out in full force, traveling for Thanksgiving can be much more bearable if you have a few helpful tools in your carry-on bag. Before you make your turkey trot home, be sure to pack these five essentials for a smooth travel day.

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