# Dia de los muertos
Here are 22 Things to do in November in Los Angeles
The year might be winding down, but the holiday season is just getting started. Here are 17 things to do in November in Los Angeles that will have you wishing the month was longer!
Fall in Old Town San Diego. Join Us for Family Fun and See Inside The Whaley House.
You know we love Old Town San Diego, especially during the Fall. On this trip we are sharing a regular Old Town traveling family fun, but we also FINALLY get to take you inside The Whaley House! It is known as the most haunted house in America, but I just think it is lovely. I will be sharing a full video on the home soon, so stay tuned. _ What is Hot Mama Travel!? HotMamaTravel is a family travel blog that we launched in 2012. We are unique as a multi-generational traveling family that sees value in taking our young children to literally any place they are allowed, including historic torture chambers in Scotland and bars and pubs all across America. We call it family travel with a twist. Visit <a href="https://hotmamatravel.com">https://hotmamatravel.com</a>
7 Places to Raise the Dead on Dia de los Muertos
Dia de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, is a Mexican holiday where families can reunite with the souls of relatives that have passed away. According to History.com, the holiday is celebrated each year from October 31st to November 2nd. The Catholic faith adopted November 1st and 2nd as All Saints Day and All Souls Day, respectively. The story goes that, "the gates of heaven are opened at midnight on October 31st for the spirits of children to rejoin their families for 24 hours while spirits of adults can do the same on November 2nd." Dia de los Muertos is meant to be a fun reunion, so in the spirit of gathering with those you love, these L.A. restaurants are serving some special ofrendas.