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Thanksgiving, 2022 – The Taucker Travel Blog

Thanksgiving, 2022 – The Taucker Travel Blog

Residing in New England, in the vicinity of to Plimoth Plantation and Norman Rockwell’s legendary “Freedom from Want” portray, I could be tempted to think of this American holiday as only just one of peaceful welcome, family members gatherings, sufficient meals and soccer.

This year, for me and for all of us at Tauck, Thanksgiving means a lot far more.

As vacation has robustly returned in 2022, you – our valued patrons – traveled on thousands of outings in a lot more than 60 countries on all seven continents. We noticed your pleasure in your photos and video clips. We met you with a heat welcome and delight. We cheered your enjoyment to be traveling yet again. You planned excursions for 2023 and potentially even 2024.

We know travel was not always easy: baggage was missing, limitations typically transformed, Covid remained stubbornly existing, and hoteliers, airways and, really, all in tourism and hospitality struggled to rebuild employees and service to match the unparalleled restoration in journey.  Lucky to be out on the road conference our visitors and associates this 12 months, I noticed considerably of this first hand.

Each and every time I pack my bag all over again, I believe about a year ago, when the entire world was just starting to vacation all over again. I imagine about the enthusiastic response you all have had. I assume about the kudos letters you despatched. I believe about the stories and the smiles on the faces of those of you I met this year. I consider about how really hard our group labored to convey your prolonged-awaited goals to everyday living. I assume of this, and I am grateful. We all at Tauck are grateful. We really feel honored and blessed that you kept your journey dreams alive with us.

On this American Thanksgiving when we can again rejoice the freedom to vacation, thank you for being part of our family members.

Jennifer TombaughMay well your loved ones be safe and effectively, and may well your tables be plentiful with laughter and joy,

Jennifer Tombaugh

Jennifer Tombaugh, President



ThanksgivingThe origins of America’s Thanksgiving are most generally affiliated with the settlement in Plymouth, Massachusetts Plimoth Patuxet shared with us some at the rear of-the-scenes tales – and initial recipes from the 1600s – to enrich our Thanksgiving getaway. The recipes are continue to well timed right now – take a look!