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December 09, 2007

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karen

That sign is hysterical. I may post something like that on my front door, just to see what the neighbors say.
Mmm, Hartford's holiday light display charges by the car load. not ideal.

Fairly Odd Mother

So, what does one wear to visit a shrine? This isn't too far from me and I have never been. But, I plan to try to make it this year and appreciate the tip of arriving at 4:30!

margaret

Looks fun! We've talked about going in the past, we've just never made it there! We usually go to Bright Nights in Springfield (where you drive through) but they charge by the car.

singh

Christmas, the festival of joy and cherish, is the birth anniversary of Jesus Christ. In

India the event is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm by the people no matter

to what religion or place they belong. Celebration of Christmas is marked by

decoration of houses in most splendid way. People erect Christmas tree and decorate

it with toys, stars and sparkling decorative items.

http://desidirectory.com/indian-festival-events/

truck rental

Traveling to such fests by car is always a problem - I have a friend who got there by a donkey! If you can imagine... But he was staying 2 miles away from La Salette :)

Victor Wetherbee

The walkway seems like a parade of stars. The ambiance is both festive and fun. The Christmas spirit could definitely be felt just by looking at those glimmering lights. And that's great of you for include the sign of the rules. it's best to be aware of that before going there.

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