In pictures: Americans celebrate Thanksgiving

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The Tom Turkey float waits along Central Park West in New York before the start of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 25.

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Updated 11:12 AM ET, Thu November 25, 2021

The Tom Turkey float waits along Central Park West in New York before the start of the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 25.

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This is the second Thanksgiving holiday of the Covid-19 pandemic, but it's the first since vaccines have become available to the public.

That's one of the reasons that experts are predicting crowded holiday travel that resembles 2019 more than 2020.

The Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, held every year in New York City, also looks more like its old self, with people lining the streets of Manhattan to watch. Last year, the parade was for a TV-only crowd and the route was shortened.

Here's a look at how Americans are celebrating the long holiday weekend.

The Grogu balloon floats down the parade route in Manhattan.

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People enjoy the Macy's parade along Central Park West.

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The SpongeBob SquarePants balloon floats along 6th Avenue in New York.

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A marching band performs during the parade.

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Specators watch the Macy's parade from a window in Manhattan.

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The Paw Patrol Chase balloon makes its way down the parade route.

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Mike Diaz takes a photo of his daughter Luna, 3, in front of the Pikachu balloon as the Macy's parade floats are inflated on Wednesday, November 24.

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A small traveler naps at Penn Station in New York on November 24.

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Workers from Macy's Studio inflate the SpongeBob SquarePants balloon on November 24.

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In this long-exposure image, travelers move along Interstate 76 in Philadelphia on November 24.

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Ascha, an Amtrak explosive detection dog, checks arriving passengers with K-9 Police handler Ashlee Fisher at Union Station in Washington DC.

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Travelers go through a security checkpoint at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on November 24.

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Sonia Covell, right, hugs her son Austin Covell at Palm Beach International Airport in West Palm Beach, Florida, after he arrived from Oakland, California, on Tuesday, November 23.

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