Travelling during Xmas is a treat for eyes and nutritious for soul. My family and I decided to plan a vacation on Christmas to place faraway from the hustle-bustles of the routine city life. We had to tackle a messy situation before that as the kids started complaining in September when their grandparents told them that they will not be going for the regular Christmas visitations but instead to cruise trip to Amazon.
Grandparents explained the sudden change of plans by explaining sudden plan of that their group of their best friends came up with. My little one, Darcy reacted to this situation in a stubborn way by saying "Well I think we need our only Christmas family vacation,"
Finally, the entire family agreed for an exclusive Xmas travel. One of the fabulous destinations considered for a perfect Christmas celebration is that of Los Angeles. The city beams with lights and thrilling events. You can find Santa in every store hailing, "Merry Christmas".
We never actually thought that dressing up casually warm jacket and mittens was a comfy dress code for Christmas, but this time we were looking forward to vacations to a mountainous region with mountain cabin where the kids can be more playful as they play snow-fight and make Snowmen out of snow.
"The Polar Express" - the most favourite movie of my kids, gave way to the idea of a train ride to James, our seven-year-old son. He preferred going for an actual train trip rather than a toy train trip at Griffith Park. My husband browsed through the Internet and came across a very interesting sight that amused me too. He pointed towards the screen where it read: The Polar Express - a train ride from Williams, AZ to the Grand Canyon and back, complete with a visit from Santa Claus.
Within a few minutes we booking packages for our Xmas travel. We booked a Christmas family vacation package at "The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel" and designed a perfect plan to surprise the kids. Finally, kids were amazed when they saw the Christmas arrangements embellished with the new tradition of Christmas family vacations.
Though our original plan was that of heading to a snowy region where kids to spend their time playfully in the snow we thought that the option of Williams, AZ would receive much more appreciations from the end of kids. Kids enjoyed the thrilling ride in the train, at the end of the ride, Santa visited us, and we had a ball time at "The Grand Canyon Railway Hotel".
Our entire family (including Grandma and Grandpa) goes on holiday every year at Christmas and we make sure that Santa knows exactly where we are vacationing.