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Title : Top 10 best Christmas towns in the United States. Leavenworth is on the list.
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I used to go to Leavenworth two or three times a year, usually in the spring and around Oktoberfest. I took the snow train out there once during the Christmas season, never doing that again. The early morning drunks singing and dancing in the aisle on the ride out were a bit much. The town is gorgeous all year round, especially in the spring.
If you combine alcohol or drugs with Christmas your soul contracts will be ripped away immediately here is your warning and if you are Spirit assisting in this horrible creativity your contracts with this company will be denied and you will no longer be able to assist and just be there in still motion until the day you die with the body you chose to help. # WishCompany! We have had this holiday for a long time to be about family if you are against family you are against our representation!
Yep, I always say, "God gave us family to prepare us for the rest of the world". (Pertaining to the opening comment about family)
I live in South Florida by St. Augustine and I think they want you to be so captivated with the lights that you forget that we don't have any snow.
I live about 3 hours away from Leavenworth and I usually go about 3-4 times a year. It's amazing, not just during Christmas time. In October and the summer months it's also incredible, and the surrounding area in general is breathtaking. seriously, if you have the chance, you need to visit.
When I saw the title I wondered if Leavenworth wa. Would make the list. It's the first town that came to my mind .
As far as North Pole Alaska a friend from Fairbanks married a girl from North Pole the impression I got was a rural ghetto. They still have out houses there and water is trucked in
They advertise alcohol during the holidays so that the people who are lonely and don't have any family will get drunk and try to drink away their problems and they're loneliness to get to put up with your family is a blessing cuz at least you have family to put up with
You forgot to mention the Christmas parade in San Antonio, Texas. This one has been going on for about 35 years or so, and it is held the Saturday after Thanksgiving and it's when they light up the Riverwalk and of course they have all of the lighted barges for the parade on the river just like they do during Fiesta.
I don't understand how you can put Asheville NC on here BUT not Pigeon forge TN or Gatlinburg TN?!?!? Dollywood sits in Pigeon forge and makes Bush gardens looks like amateur light decorators compared to it during the holiday season. AND every building in these two cites (just five miles apart form each other) decorate for the holiday, all the way till the end of march i might add, which is part of the winter-feast here. We're not far from Asheville NC (other side of the mountains) come by and check out not 1 but 2 towns that blow the towns on this list out of the water when it comes to Christmas decor.
Mcanville NC near Charlotte (unsure of spelling) the town goes all out for Christmas. Rumor has it its start when the local textile mill pays the power bill for the townspeople if they decorate with lights they even have a Christmas themed pond in town right across the street from the fire station. The shops in town goes all out too. The local churches give free hot cocoa to walkers in the town.