Best Places to Take a Vacation This Thanksgiving

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If you’re planning on getting away for Thanksgiving this year, but don’t know where to do, this list should help. Each of these destinations is perfect for your getaway, according to Trips to Discover.
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New York City, New York

New York City is home to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade and you won’t want to miss it. Stay for a few days and see the city lit up for Christmas.
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New Orleans, Louisiana

You can’t go wrong with New Orleans, which is a city known for it’s wonderful food and parties for all occasions, Thanksgiving included.
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Williamsburg, Virginia

This historic city saw some of our earliest Thanksgiving celebrations and is a wonderful place to immerse yourself in the history of the holiday.
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Gatlinburg, Tennessee

Located in the Great Smoky Mountains, Gatlinburg is great for families and couples. There’s an annual craft show, plenty of cabins to rent and winter sports like ice skating and skiing.
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Chicago, Illinois

Not only does Chicago host a Thanksgiving parade, but the city also offers free ice skating and skating in Millennium Park.
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Orlando, Florida

Disney World and Universal Studios have extended hours over Thanksgiving break and there are lots of great places to enjoy turkey dinner.
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Santa Barbara, California

There’s mild weather here all year round and there are lots of places serving Thanksgiving dinner paired with the wines of the region.
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Hawaii

If you need a warm place to spend Thanksgiving, Hawaii is perfect. Enjoy turkey dinner at any of the resorts combined with hiking, swimming and plenty of relaxing.
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Scottsdale, Arizona

Warm weather, restaurants with delicious turkey dinners and lots of Black Friday shopping make Scottsdale a great place to celebrate Thanksgiving.
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Santa Fe, Mexico

This is the place to go if you want to celebrate the Native American side of Thanksgiving Day. Enjoy the Indian Winter Market and live music.
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