Typical weekend

Americans have many habits they cater to during the week and on the weekends. Most Americans work all week long, Monday through Friday, and have the weekends off. During the weekends is where they enjoy their time to themselves or with family and friends.

Many frequently practiced past-times include shopping, going out to dinner or lunch with friends and family, attending local fairs, or even seeing movies or hanging out around the house. In the United States there is always something to do and places open to do them. Even during the holidays you will always find easily accessible stores and restaurants.

One of my personal favorite things to do on the weekends is walk around Santana Row. Santana Row is in San Jose California. It was recently built and caters to people of all ages. There are many bars and clubs, famous restaurants, and stores to shop at. Santana Row also has a wide variety of price ranges that cater to people of all social rankings. There are some chain restaurants and stores and also some really high end stores such as Gucci and Louis Vuitton. There are many cafes and patisseries that younger crowds tend to hang out at when on a tight budget.

The weekends are also a time to get things done. People dedicate their time to make the coming up week a whole lot easier. Laundry gets done, grocery shopping, and food prepping for the next few days’ dinner. Americans are very well known for constantly being on the go. All of this preparation allows for more productive things to be done during the week.

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