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Hi everyone! Welcome to week 3 in America. This week we will talk about places to visit in the US. So we will begin the week with these few places. New York City. The big apple. The city that never sleeps. Broadway. The great white way. Just a few things nyc has been called over the years. My favorite parts of the city are Times Square and broadway. This was an area I called home for a while in my late teens. The lights are always bright, there are always people walking the streets. You can get a hot dog or soft hot pretzel from a vender on the street. In the winter you can get roasted chestnuts as well! After this you have to visit our capital, Washington DC. The White House, Capitol Hill (congress), the Supreme Court and all the monuments you can think of. In the spring you also get the most beautiful cherry blossoms in bloom. San Francisco. My favorite west coast city. The hills are almost as bad as some in Kyiv 🤣 but the view from the cable cars makes it worth it. The Golden Gate Bridge and fisherman’s warf. It is a beautiful city and one of my top five worldwide. And you can not come to the US without going to Disney World! Even as an adult I love going to Disney. It is always crowded and by the end of the day your feet hurt so bad. But it is always worth it! So much to see beyond the rides and shows. It truly is a magical place! To get into the park from the parking lot you can take the ferry boat or the rail. I suggest the boat into the park for the views and the rail home because it is quicker 🤣 Which of these would you like to visit?
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It's The Great Pumpkin Charlie Brown - Intro Only

The first few minutes are MAGICAL...to this day, this cartoon is proof that holiday magic exists! This is the intro only which seems to keep youtube from deleting it and my entire account. Even though its only a snippet, this is a very cool intro and puts me in the mood for more. Besides, It's the Great pumpkin is required viewing (on blu-ray/dvd). check out the FULL "soundtrack" too (on my channel or elsewhere) ..listen to it as you drive,walk, work! its feels like im a kid again...

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We didn’t hit 100 votes but I will share anyway🤣 Growing up Charlie Brown was a staple in my house for holidays. The great pumpkin was their Halloween one. (There are also really Good thanksgiving and an amazing Christmas one you can find on YouTube as well just search Charlie Brown and the holiday) Enjoy the great pumpkin! https://youtu.be/mvCkpZv39Dc?si=SLDlzM2XDNxAH5Rw
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As soon as we hit 100 votes I will give you the best American video on this holiday I can think of!
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What is your favorite US holiday? Anonymous voting
  • Fourth of July
  • Labor Day
  • Halloween
  • Thanksgiving
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Here is a link to last years celebration in NYC https://youtu.be/ilpKK8mU7Qc?si=5EkO14JNRIBfG6PC
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Today I will group our ‘summer holidays’. These holidays mostly mark the start and end of summer. In the US our seasons do not start and end with specific months like Ukraine does (I like the Ukraine way better🤣). For example the start of summer is June 21st (the longest day of the year). But these holidays mark the ‘unofficial’ start and end. The first is Memorial Day. A day where we remember the fallen from past conflicts. My grandparents are buried in a cemetery like this one. Memorial Day is the last Monday of may and is mostly marked with local parades and BBQ family cookouts. The next is the Fourth of July. Our Independence Day. July 4, 1776. Just a few years older than Ukraine but yall will get there! We celebrate with MASSIVE displays of fireworks. The biggest is the Macy’s celebration in New York City. Macy’s is a department store that puts this show on. They put barges of fireworks in New York harbor and the display is stunning. I will also post a link so you can see it. The last is Labor Day and this is celebrated the first Monday in September. This is the ‘unofficial’ end of summer (and my mother would say I could not wear anything white after this day🤣). It celebrates the Labor movement in the US and the advancements they have to society. Again, BBQ cookouts and parades. The first day of the new school year varies greatly depending on state and region in the US. Growing up in NY I would always start school the Wednesday after Labor Day. Most schools in the northeast still use this rule. However when I taught in Texas we would start in early August.
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The last holiday we will talk about today is Thanksgiving. An all American holiday. The story goes that the pilgrims that came to America had a meal with the natives to give thanks for their blessings. It is a day when all Americans do two main things— eat themselves completely stupid and watch (American) football. The main dish is definitely turkey. My mother would wake up at 4 am to put the turkey in the oven. My family of four would have one about 25 pounds in size. Mom would also make mashed potatoes, corn, green beans casserole, stuffing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes and squash oh and candied yams. For dessert there would be apple pie, pumpkin pie and my grandmothers chocolate pie. Mom would also make a huge assortment of cookies and brownies. I have to say it was always my favorite meal of the year with plenty of leftovers for us to eat for a week! Later this week I will share more holidays specific to the US.
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