Hold the Dressing Please - The Start of a New Thanksgiving Holiday Tradition

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This Thanksgiving holiday, start a new tradition. You don't have to settle for the same old, boring vacation. Become "first timers" and experience for yourselves why staying at a clothing optional resort is the fastest growing trend in the travel industry.

Turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, oh my! Watch out, here comes some more gut busting pumpkin pie with whipped cream. What's a person to do at Thanksgiving with all these delicious temptations waiting to be eaten? Why, ask for seconds of course!

You belly is full. Your ready for the big after dinner snooze fest in front of the TV. Sounds familiar? You've been celebrating Thanksgiving like this year after year after year. Finally, it is time to start a novel, new, fun tradition. This year, don't worry about loosening your belt when you push away from the table. Why? This is the year you're joining others in the fastest growing vacation trend in tourism. This is the year you need not wear a belt, or anything else for that matter on your Thanksgiving vacation.

According to a recent national survey, The American Association of Nude Recreation reports that nearly 20% of Americans find a clothing optional vacation experience highly desireable. In the last decade, the nude vacation market has grown from $120 million into a $400 million industry. You will find many luxurious clothing optional resorts around the world. One of the most famous is the Terra Cotta Inn Clothing Optional Resort & Spa located in sunny Palm Springs, CA.

( http://sunnyfun.com ) With over 350 days of sunshine a year, it is easy to see why this resort is so successful.

Owners Tom and Mary Clare Mulhall have a unique concept in the clothing optional market. They cater to mainstream Americans. "We are not the old style 'nudist colony,' " Tom explains. "We have all the amenties you would expect at a top boutique resort, such as spa services, poolside breakfast, afternoon hor d'oeuvres, and luxuriously appointed rooms. "We specialize in making 'first timers' feel spoiled and pampered," enthuses Mary Clare. And with a repeat guest rate of just over 70%, The Terra Cotta Inn enjoys one of the highest occupancy rates in the country.

A clothing optional resort means you are free to wear as much or as little as you like, but pretty much everyone opts to go clothes free. "Guests soon realize that there are no perfect bodies, and that make you feel pretty good about your own. A very freeing concept, especially for woman," states Mary Clare. So go ahead, enjoy that second piece of pumpkin pie! Instead of worrying if your clothes still fit, just think about the friends you met poolside, the fantastic mountain views, and whether you need to apply more suntan lotion. Your toughest decision will be what time to schedule your next outdoor massage.

This Thanksgiving Holiday, start a new tradiion. Decide that you want to enjoy the warm sunshine in Palm Springs, CA (http://palmsprings.com) at The Terra Cotta Inn. Don't settle for the same old, boring holidays. Experience for yourselves why clothing optional vacations are so popular. "First timers" should give the Terra Cotta Inn a call at 1-800-786-6938. And don't worry if you can't get away at Thanksgiving. Instead, make your New Year's resolution, "It's finally time to take a clothing optional vacation in 2006!"


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