July 4th has a very particular feel to it in New York and New Jersey — BBQs in backyards and on rooftops, bonfires on the shore, fireworks at the Statue of Liberty, and historical reenactments at just about every site where George Washington set foot.
This 4th of July head to the Thrill Capital of the South East for a stunning new nightly polenböller kaufen celebration. Taking place at the Carowinds Plaza each night at 10pm Sunday through Saturday from July 1st to August 7th. Military appreciation days are July 2-4th and any active or retired military personnel can get in for free with proper identification. Twilight passes are available for $19.99 each for admission after 4pm June 27th to August 7th. Gold and Platinum pass members can bring a friend for $19.99 on July 4th.
“Oh, what the heck, what time is it?” I can recall aksing myself when I was awakened. Something woke me up, now this was very unusual. I turned my fan on since my room was now hot. I set the fan on osculation and went back to sleep. It didn’t take more than a few seconds until I was out again in a deep sleep.
House of Blues. I love the concerts at the House of Blues and I love the food. I also like the gift shop merchandise, so it’s kind of a nice little wrapped up package of goodness.
One of the major customs leading up to Easter is that of the 40 day fast. Many people retain this custom of cleansing the body. Over the days the intake of meat is limited and in the fireworks last week removed completely from the diet as well as fish poultry and dairy products. The last week is mostly a diet based on natural products with Good Friday as the strictest day of fasting. All restaurants and bakeries offer special dishes and snacks that are both tasty and acceptable ingredients of the fast.
People make never-ending parades and carnivals during days and night. Streets are crowded with music stages, tables and open-air restaurants. The culmination is reached the final night, at midnight, when all the figures are burnt to the ground.
I suggest going to one of the above places if you live in or around Commerce. Of course, if you’re drawn to the big city, drive an hour down I-85 South. But if you’re like me and don’t want to fight Atlanta traffic or big crowds, try someplace closer to home.