We are indebted to the blessings of Almighty God. Though we can’t see Him or Her, we witness and experience His or Her presence in the form of parents, family, society, and nature we take inspiration from and live in.
Discover some unique ways to express your gratefulness to all those blessings on the upcoming Thanksgiving (Thursday, November 22, 2018).
1. Express Thankfulness to Parents
Nothing can parallel the charm of your mom and dad. Delight your sweet Mom and Dad by spending time with them. Share their stories, have a lovely Thanksgiving dinner outside with them or take them to Thanksgiving destinations of their choice. The experience counts more than any precious million-dollar gifts. In fact, it’s more precious – because you are there with them their treasured possession – and they would cherish the memory lifelong. If you are stuck with something and think you can’t visit your parents, send a lovely Thanksgiving message to them.
2. Say Thanks to Macy’s: The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade
Religious processions or parades are quite common around the world, but Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade (https://www.macys.com/social/parade/2017/lineup/) stands apart from the crowd, and it attracts visitors from around the world. Recognized as the world’s largest parade, this 3-hour long and entertainment-packed event is characterized by balloons, balloonicles, floats, marching bands and clowns and live performances by top artists, singers and performance groups to the likes of Gwen Stefani, Andra Day, 98 Degrees, and many more. Check Thanksgiving flight deals to avoid the last-minute rush.
3. Experience Campground Stay in Miami: Say Thanks to Nature
After weeks or months of the routine hard work, if your body and mind is longing for a much-needed break in the lap of nature, then there couldn’t be a better place than Miami. Relax on secluded beaches in a campground and spend your day enjoying water sports, boating, fishing, flyboarding, surfing, tubing, jetskiing, snorkeling, and much more. In the evening sit with family to play bingo games or cards with kids and have a beautiful picnic.
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4. Cancun Underwater Museum: Say Thanks to the Nature Lover-Cum-Architect
Identified as one of the favorite Thanksgiving destinations in the world, Cancun Underwater Museum attracts 200,000 visitors per year. Visit this unique museum to say thanks to Jaime Gonzalez Canto and Jason deCaires Taylor, who took up the art of nature conservation and built a magnificent coral museum which features 500 life-sized and monumental sculptures by Taylor and five other Mexican sculptures submerged between three and six meters deep in the ocean at the Cancún National Marine Park. Book your cheap Thanksgiving flights to explore the underwater Cancun.
5. Titanic The Artifact Exhibition: Say Thanks to Premier Exhibitions, Inc.
It’s been more than 106 years to the fateful sinking of the RMS Titanic, a British passenger liner. The giant passenger liner (882 feet 8 inches long, 92 feet 6 inches in breadth) carrying 2, 228 passengers sank after colliding with a massive iceberg at 11:40 p.m. on Sunday, April 14, 1912. It’s entirely possible that you would have seen it’s replication on big and small screens, but it would be an altogether different experienced to feel and experience the tragedy by visiting Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition in Orlando Florida. Discover the complete story of 2 hours, 40 minutes that it took to sink. Learn about the ticket prices for kids and adults here
6. The Electric Cinema, Notting Hill, London: Say Thanks to Hollywood
Located on 191 Portobello Road, The Electric Cinema is one of the world’s oldest cinemas that opened on 24 February 1910. Later, they also opened one more branch in Shoreditch. It’s interior, and hospitality will leave you spellbound. Experience the royalty. You can choose from the healthy options – armchair, 2-seater sofa, and a double bed. Individual cashmere blankets complete the picture. Have your favorite wine, beer, and champagne from the bar and food corner which opens 10 minutes before the advertised program timing and closes before the start of the main feature.
7. Carriageworks Farmers Markets: Say Thanks to Farmers
None in the world can sustain without food. Without conveying our sincere thanks, we can’t conclude your Thanksgiving Day. Visiting Carriageworks Farmers Market will be a gesture of thanks for their dedication in serving the society and ensuring that no child goes to sleep without food.
This busiest Saturday market brings local producers from across New South Wales and consumers together. Take out time to grab fresh seasonal foods, mainly organic and biodynamic foods. A unique specialty of the market is that it promotes organic produce only.
8. Eureka Skydeck 88: Say thanks to Fender Katsalidis
Say thanks to Fender Katsalidis, the man behind the famous Eureka Tower, which gives Melbourne an identity. Eureka Skydeck 88 is a part of the 297.3-metre (975 ft) skyscraper based in the Southbank precinct of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The suffix 88 is for its position or floor, which is an observation deck from where you can grab the magnificent view of Melbourne including Melbourne’s CBD, sports precinct, and Docklands. The most striking feature of the Eureka Skydeck 88 is its The Edge. It’s a cubical structure made of glass, which projects 3 m (10 ft) out from the building with visitors inside. At the time of allowing visitors to board, the glass remains opaque. Once the glass has fully extended outside, it becomes clear.
To know about its location and ticket prices, read The Melbourne Guide: Corporate Travel
9. Eiffel Tower: Say Thanks to Gustave Eiffel
Paris and Eiffel Tower – both are synonymous. The masterpiece, measuring 324 meters ((1,063 ft), by Gustave Eiffel, was constructed in 1887-1889. It’s cited as one of the top attractions in Paris. According to an estimate, it attracts more than 7 million visitors in a year. The unique architecture commemorates the anniversary of the French Revolution. It remained the highest tower in the world until the Chrysler Building in New York City was finished in 1930.