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Transcript of Christmas
Christmas Fantasy Tokyo Dome City History Customs & Traditions Paris
Disneyland Eiffel Tower Weather December is mainly cold, and even in the south of France you will find it chilly at night and will need a good jacket. It might be windy and could well snow. Customs & Traditions Weather It is usually warm and a little bit cool. If you prefer to stay at a cold place, Tagaytay or Baguio are the best places to stay. Baguio City Manila History Weather It is winter in December. The temperature can be below 0 degrees Celsius, snow or rain. Christmas Market Christmas Markets and
streets of Germany History Because India is mainly Hindu and Muslim,
there is no official celebration of Christmas. However, this time of year is looked upon as
an appropriate time for gift-giving and tipping or giving "baksheesh," charitable hand-outs to the poor of the country. Customs & Traditions Weather Very pleasant, sunny, and warm. Children caroling Health Issues - Typhoid
- Dengue Fever
- Japanese encephalitis
- Meningococcal meningitis
- Hepatitis A, B, C, and E
- Avian influenza or bird flu
- Rubella (German Measles)
- European tick-borne encephalitis Flights & Hotels
$800-$1,500 (Europe) and $2,500-$3,000 (Asia) for flights per person depending on the time of year and day of week.
$25-$35 per person per night in a hostel/hotel.
$10-$50 per person per day for food depending on if you eat from grocery stores or restaurants.
Free to $25 per day per person for sightseeing (try for the free stuff).
$25-$100 per day for beer/drinks/cover charges at the clubs and bars. Types of Trees - Fraser Fir
- Noble Fir
- Colorado Blue Spruce
- Grand Fir
- Balsam Fir
- White Fir (or Concolor Fir)
- Eastern White Pine
- Douglas Fir
- Scotch Pine
- Norway Spruce Caroling Oven Roasted
Pork Loin with Apple & Cranberry Stuffing Spinach &
Artichoke Dip Sweet Potato Mash with
Chestnut-Oatmeal Crumble Pasta Vongole Prawns with Queso de
Bola and Honey Ham Citrus and
Grape Salad Bananas Foster
Upside-Down Cake Pan-Fried
Roast Pork Palabok Queso de Bola
and Hamon History of the Christmas Tree In the 19th century, the Christmas tree was taken to be part of the German culture and of Gemütlichkeit, especially among emigrants overseas.
The German army's decision is to place Christmas trees in its military buildings and military hospitals during the Franco-Prussian War. Only at the start of the 20th century did Christmas trees appear inside churches, this time in a new brightly lit form.
Martin Luther is said to be the first to have decorated a Christmas tree with candles to show children how the stars twinkled through the dark night, in the late 16th Century.
Thus, the idea of putting up a Christmas tree became popular. History of the Christmas Tree Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz introduced a
Christmas tree at a party she gave for children in
1800, but the custom did not at first spread much
beyond the royal family. Queen Victoria as a child
was familiar with the custom and a tree was placed
in her room every Christmas. In her journal for
Christmas Eve 1832, the 13-year-old princess wrote, "After dinner... we then went into the drawing-room near the dining-room... There were two large round tables on which were placed two trees hung with lights and sugar ornaments. All the presents being placed round the trees..." After her marriage to her German cousin Prince Albert, by 1841 the custom became even more widespread throughout Britain.