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During the holidays I loved all the drive-thru experiences because it allowed us to be safe while kept us on the holiday spirit. Since the health crisis is still here and we all should play our role of staying home and keeping our distance from others, it is great to see that companies are having more drive thru events to keep families entertained but safe at the safe time.
My dear friend moved to the United States last year before this health crisis started and I was so happy she was coming to live in California. Unfortunately due to the pandemic, her plans to stay near me didn't work out and suddenly she had to move to another state.
The holidays might look different this year, but there is no reason you won't be able to get into the Christmas spirit and drive through a winter wonderLAnd in Woodland Hills, Los Angeles.
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