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We are now just a few days away until the end of this month, only to give the welcome to December accompanied by the greatest holidays of the whole year. Hanukah, The winter solstice, Kwanza, Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve are the strongest dates that represent and compress this whole month and that remarks the end of this wonderful year.
Many characteristics are involving around these holidays as traditions, but one that literally stands out is the use of colored lights to make the night shine bright. This is one of the many things that make the holiday season one of the most loved celebrations all around the world, this accompanied with Christmas tunes and music it's without a doubt a matching combination for us to take our time to contemplate a moment of serenity.
Thanksgiving is one of the most celebrated holidays in the united states. It also marks the beginning of the holiday season; the weeks leading up to Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza and the winter solstice, which are all widely-celebrated holidays in the US. For retailers, Thanksgiving begins their busiest season!
Houston is known for its many cultural attractions, however, there is more than culture festivals and educational museums. today we want to talk about The Moody Gardens Theme park, one of Houston's most touristic attractions. divided into several areas and modules it is one of the best Zoo experiences in the country.
Space center Houston is one of the main attractions in the city, which is the visitor’s center for NASA’s Johnson Space Center. From here they monitored several important missions, like the missions to the moon and also today this is where all the activities in the International Space Station are monitored.
To many, it would be difficult to believe that a holiday full of colors, food, drinks, and joyous motifs represents a celebration of death. but this is what happens in many countries in Latin America and year after year they commemorate the Day of the Dead (Dia de Muertos) and even though they all share the same meaning, each one adds a personal touch.