Travel specialists with AAA estimate that around 6.4 million Americans will fly eventually between Wednesday and Jan. 2, which would be almost triple the number of individuals who flew during the Christmas and New Year’s holidays the year before. While that figure would still be around 13% below 2019 holiday travel figures, Aldo Vazquez, a… Continue reading Airline travel is relied upon to almost triple this Christmas. This is the way to beat the SLC airport rush
Cheesecake is a Christmas tradition both here in Australia and in the US, where it graces holiday tables and often features as a festive season dessert feature. In any case, deficiencies of cream cheese in the United States, because of supply chain issues, have become such an issue that cream cheese brand Kraft Philadelphia is… Continue reading Kraft Philadelphia Cream Cheese will pay you $20 to not make cheesecake this Christmas season
Marty From The Well has been building and developing his sound for many years, with the release of his Acoustic Video for his new song “Give It All This Christmas” he has solidified himself as a true vocalist. With pure melodies and catchy lyrical composition “Give It All This Christmas” is a very immersive track.… Continue reading “Give It All This Christmas” by Marty From The Well
Coptic Christmas is celebrated by some Orthodox Christians every year on January 7th and is different from the worldwide Christmas celebration held on December 25. The date is set by the Julian calendar that pre-dates the Gregorian calendar used by different Christians. The day reflects healing and inner peace and is praised by numerous Orthodox… Continue reading Things to know about Coptic Christmas
Numerous Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas Day on or close to January 7 every year to remember Jesus Christ’s birth, portrayed in the Christian Bible. Every year on January 6 and 7 millions of Orthodox Christians around the globe celebrate Christmas, about three weeks after numerous individuals in the West have just feasted and started the… Continue reading Why is Orthodox Christmas Day celebrated on January 7th? Which countries celebrate it? How to celebrate it?
Google wishes ‘Happy Holidays 2019!’ with an animated snow globe Doodle. Google began posting the Doodles for ‘Happy Holidays 2019’ on Monday. The second letter ‘O’ in the word Google has been supplanted with a snow globe with Santa riding on his sledge and a Christmas tree. Another fascinating to see is that, when you… Continue reading Happy Holidays 2019: Google Celebrates Christmas Holidays with Animated Doodle
Waiting for Santa Claus to show up can be torturous for kids on Christmas Eve, however luckily, with the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and Google, they can discover when he ought to be descending the chimney. A program that was conceived out of a printing mistake in 1955, NORAD Tracks Santa is one… Continue reading Santa Tracker 2019 with NORAD and Google is tracking Santa again on Christmas Eve
Saint Nicholas Day is otherwise called St. Nicholas Day or the Feast day of Saint Nicholas. It has consistently been observed every year on December 5/6 in Western Europe Christian nations and starts off the Christmas holidays. On December 6th, Saint Nicholas Day perceives the third-century saint who became an inspiration for the modern-day Santa… Continue reading Saint Nicholas Day 2019: How to Celebrate St. Nicholas Day, Christmas Feast Day in Europe