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Old 10-27-2013, 04:40 PM   #1
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Where to go for Christmas

I will be in Florida and maybe stay there or travel toward eastern Texas. Any suggestions for a place to see on or around Christmas.

May help with a Christmas bird count, volunteer church event or something unique to the area....
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Old 10-29-2013, 06:13 AM   #2
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Most people spend Christmas with their family.
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Disney. It's the happiest place in the world and with the Christmas parade and all the decorations you'll surely have a merry Christmas.
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Disney. It's the happiest place in the world and with the Christmas parade and all the decorations you'll surely have a merry Christmas.
x2. Disney was my first job…alonnnnng time ago. No one does Disney like Disney! Took the grandkids last year for Mickeys Very Merry Christmas and had a blast!! Disney during the holidays should be on everyones bucket list. BTW, you can camp there and just tour the hotels,etc without going into the park if you don't want to.
Fun place for all ages!
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National Wildlife Refuges can always use help. If you were able help over the holidays I am sure it would be appreciated.

If interested in Birding, eastern Texas Gulf Coast is amazing.

IMHO National Wildlife Refuge or National Park is much better than any amusement park.
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National Wildlife Refuges can always use help. If you were able help over the holidays I am sure it would be appreciated. If interested in Birding, eastern Texas Gulf Coast is amazing. IMHO National Wildlife Refuge or National Park is much better than any amusement park.

Did Disney long ago. It was good. It was enough.
We get much more pleasure in natural surroundings than the man-made ones, to say nothing of the ginormous difference in expense.
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Most people spend Christmas with their family.
My family has passed away except for my sister who works taking care of the elderly in a nursing home on Christmas....can be a lonely time for those without family so making plans to be busy or volunteer so others can be with their families.

Thank you for the suggestions
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Im sorry. Sometimes I envy thoes with no family. I have a large complicated extended family that is a pain in the butt.
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