I'm always at home for Christmas, though I will admit all the choices sound okay. Rather than deal with holiday travel headaches, I'll stay home and enjoy my Marriott suite during less busy times.
Right there with ya bejacob however, I will say that when we have traveled previously the day after Christmas returning home either the 30th or New Years Eve things have been pretty good without many headaches. Now of course that was flying Continental!!!
Is this a "trick question" - my significant other and my wife don't know each other. If we all spent the evening together I could get shot!
Yes you would door number one and door number two
Give me St. Moritz, CH, what a place to spend Christmas!
Appears staying home is the winner in this poll!!!
At home is was watching movies!!
Guess you didn't get shot since this is the 26th, or if you did at least it wasn't fatal!!
Guess I got lucky!!
IS EVERYONE OUT OF ENERGY - CHRISTMAS EVER WAS SIX DAYS AGO, WHY IS IT NO ONE HAS TAKEN A SURVEY ABOUT NEW YEAR'S EVE?
I haven't even seen a poll on New Years Eve, but then again I've been out of pocket again during the days on the golfing links!
"But the prettiest sight to see is the holly that will be .." I've missed countless holidays/birthdays/anniversaries deployed with the Navy. Not even a Tier 5 Ritz can compare with home.
Due to my job I usually have to be at a work location in Maryland on Christmas Eve and I fly home on Christmas morning. I find that Marriotts usually shine in taking care of business travelers during non business travel times and that is when I get the best upgrades.
I Travel enough over the course of the year, so I'd rather not be traveling on a holiday
I agree. There is nothing like home during Christmas.
This one was easy. I want to be at home for Christmas!
We always choose to spend Chirstmas eve at NyC or London!!!!
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