Christmas in the USA | Santa Claus is coming to town!
Hardly a country celebrates Christmas like the Americans?
Christmas is always a very magical time in the USA. There is a lot of Christmas decorations on houses and in the gardens and many events to get you ready for the upcoming festival.
Very well known are the Christmas Lights in Camarillo, where months of time and work are invested to decorate the houses and gardens with countless lights. In the Advent season you can admire illuminated cartoon characters, railways, Santa Claus with his reindeer and much more.
Or you visit the Los Angeles Zoo Lights , where you will find lovingly made, colorfully lit subject areas. For example, there is a huge illuminated weeping willow, lighted palms, reflecting balls high in the trees and singing frogs and colorful water features to admire.
Very popular in the run-up to Christmas is a visit to Disneyland Anaheim. It is a winter fairy tale for children and adults at this time. Everything is gorgeous, festively decorated with a multitude of lights, garlands, flowers and bows and there is a Christmas parade.
Santa Claus is coming to town!
Very early on the morning of December 25, he was awakened by his parents, saying, "Santa was here! Wake up Noah! " He looked in astonishment at the empty glass of milk by the fireplace and the carrots for the reindeer were all gone.
Santa Claus was there and brought many gifts for him, because his children's eyes shone and he could not wait to unpack and play everything.
In the evening there was the traditional Christmas Dinner, a huge, stuffed turkey with vegetables, salads and potatoes.
In the evening our little darling was tired of playing with his gifts and fell asleep happily. We adults watched traditional Christmas movies. For us in Germany that would have been three nuts for Cinderella or the little lord, in America it was, It's a wonderful life, and A Christmas Story.