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Christmas is one of the most beautiful times of the year. It is a time to celebrate with loved ones, reconnect with family, and share a special time with the people you love the most. It can also be a time to help others.


These are the days so many people look forward to, whether it's to spend quality time with family and friends, or simply get away from ordinary life and experience a nice getaway. Heading away for the holiday season is the perfect way to get refreshed for the new year, but also give you a special place to be with your family. Traveling isn't just for the single 20-something year old. Of course, it can get expensive, and sometimes receiving a loan or taking advantage of auto refinancing can help with costs for the trip.Disneyworld photo credit: www.disneytouristblog.com


Walt Disney World Resort


The Walt Disney World Resort is one of the most beautiful places to be during the holidays. This resort boasts four unique theme parks, two water parks, and a shopping area also known as Downtown Disney.


During the holidays, not only are the parks all heckled up, but the characters are all dressed up for the holidays as well. Join in during one of Mickey's Very Merry Christmas Party, and enjoy shows and parades only available during the holidays.

San Francisco


Find cuisines ranging from Latin to Asian. Oftentimes being called a top ranked city in the U.S., San Francisco can be the best place to be for the holidays. You can experience fun fairs and carnivals, along with checking out the Great Dickens Christmas Fairm which has tons of music and fun activities. You can visit Napa or Sonoma to experience some unique wineries, or you can simply enjoy Fisherman's Wharf.



New York City


Like a lot of people, New York City is oftentimes considered the best place to be during the holidays. With Rockefeller Center being the centerpiece to unique activities, like the ice skating rink and seeing the huge Christmas tree, New York is filled with amazing spots to experience the holidays like no other. Everything from meeting Santa Claus at the Macy's department store or checking out the unique decorations all across Times Square, New York City can be one unique experience for everybody during the Christmas season.





In Chicago, lights are lit up, decorations are brewing, and get together's are happening. This is why Chicago is oftentimes considered another version of New York. Enjoy seeing the beautiful decorations at Magnificent Mile, the Christkindmarket (which has the ice skating rink) and the holiday themed theme park.



Key West, Florida


In Florida, a lot of people are enjoying their Christmas without all the cold snow. In Key West, they offer a more laid back holiday season with fun beaches, warm weather, and a crowd of people who just want to enjoy without the snow. Just make sure you bring a nice pair of Oakley sunglasses.


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The entire state of Colorado is known for their unique mountain getaways, cabins, hotels, and their cold weather. Any part of Colorado that you stay in can allow for you to finally relax and enjoy the huge mountains, which can let you experience snowboarding, skiing, and a ton of other winter sports.



Paris, France


By far, one of the best hot spots is Paris, France. Known for being called the City Of Lights, Paris needs to be a place where you spend at least one beautiful Christmas holiday. France has all the streets lit up for the holiday season, and if you want to immerse yourself in the beauty of Christmas, Paris can be the perfect place to experience a Christmassy atmosphere.    



Lee Flynn is from the Wasatch Mountains near Salt Lake City, UT. After Lee spent years preparing himself, his home and his family, he decided he had to do more. In his free time, Lee helps educate those who want to do the same. Through small local workshops and articles, Lee trains and teaches others on home preparation, food storage techniques, wilderness survival and self reliance. After obtaining a bachelors degree from the University of Utah, Lee moved to the Salt Lake Valley where he now lives with his wife and daughter.



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