Thanksgiving is the biggest holiday in America without a shadow of a doubt. It is the day that causes the largest uplift in travel domestically and internationally. It is also to blame for the world having to have Black Friday. America failed to contain this phenomenon and annually everybody’s inbox is cluttered with mega offers for almost a month before the actual day. The UK … Continue reading Thanksgiving – most disliked dishes
Whilst in Europe Thanksgiving remains an American holiday, news is breaking that President Trump and his administration are considering rescinding entry bans for most non U.S citizens in Europe. Can European travellers give thanks? Although most European countries have banned U.S visitors do European travellers want to enter America at this time. Covid-19 appears to out of control in America and the numbers are still … Continue reading Coronavirus – White House Considers Lifting Travel Bans from Europe
You know I was going to wish all the folks over the Atlantic a ‘Happy Turkey Day’ because it is the third Thursday in November only to realise that it isn’t today, 21 November. In 1939 President Roosevelt changed Thanksgiving from the fourth Thursday to the third Thursday. Then in 1941 the President and Congress decreed that to save any confusion Thanksgiving would be on … Continue reading Thanksgiving 2019!