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Make travel reservations well in advance of your departure date. This is especially important if you travel in the United States during peak tourist seasons or holidays. These include the Easter observance (either in March or April); the summer months of June through August; and the Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year's Day holidays in November, December, and January.

There are ten U.S. Federal holidays:

New Year's Day — January 1
Martin Luther King Day — observed the third Monday in January
Presidents' Day — observed the third Monday in February
Memorial Day — observed the fourth Monday in May
Independence Day — July 4
Labor Day — observed the first Monday in September
Columbus Day — observed the second Monday in October
Veteran's Day — November 11
Thanksgiving Day — observed the fourth Thursday in November
Christmas Day — December 25


Check the following website for more information on U.S. holidays:
http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/infousa/facts/factover/holidays.htm
 

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