By Anne Valdespino | [email protected], Richard Guzman | [email protected], Michelle Mills | [email protected], Alex Groves | [email protected] and Sandra Barrera | [email protected] | Orange County RegisterPUBLISHED: December 21, 2018 at 9:58 am | UPDATED: December 24, 2018 at 11:15 am New Year’s Eve will be here before you know it and for the best dinner out you’ll want to start planning now. Are you gathering friends for a big night on the town? Searching for a perfect romantic spot to splurge? Maybe this year you need something low key that won’t break the bank. We’ve got you covered with this list of ideas and events throughout Southern California to suit all tastes. Spin through and find something that’s you. Nailing down the revelry and announcing it ahead of time to your date, your family or your friends is one of the best holiday gifts you could ever give them. Heirloom tomatoes will add a fresh touch to the special New Year’s Eve … [Read more...] about New Year’s Eve: 30 ways to ring in 2019 with dinner in Southern California
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Detroit Free Press staff Published 11:57 AM EST Dec 26, 2018 Assuming you aren’t too hung over from New Year’s Eve revelry, there are plenty of things to do to usher in the New Year on Wednesday: Boathouse toast The Belle Isle Boathouse hosts its 180th annual New Year’s Day Champagne Toast from 2-4:30 p.m. The boathouse is located on East Picnic Way on the island. Doors open at 2 p.m. with the toast at 3 p.m. Event will be held in the second-floor atrium and includes a light lunch and dessert. Tickets are $20 in advance or at the door for those over 21. No charge for ages 20 and under. Register online. Sponsored by Friends of Detroit Rowing. Take a hike Get outdoors. The weather is expected cloudy but above freezing — 34 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Get a jump on fitness and enjoy the first day of 2018. Hike the grounds of University of Michigan Dearborn’s Environmental Study Area, a 300-acre … [Read more...] about Things to do on New Year’s Day in the metro Detroit area
Viet Nam News The classic Christmas carol "Jingle Bells" can be heard across HCM City, a sign that the holiday is very near, with New Year’s Day not far away. Entertaining venues and restaurants in the city and neighbouring provinces have prepared special events for the festive season. Special Christmas concerts The Saigon Classical Music Group will present the concert “Winter Melodies #3” at Salon Saigon in District 3 on December 22. The concert will feature excerpts from The Season, Op 37 and The Nutcracker Suite by Tchaikovsky, Four Seasons by Vivaldi, and Étude Op. 25, No. 11 in A minor (Winter Wind) by Chopin. The 16-member brass band Yellow Star Big Band, the first runner-up of Việt Nam Television’s reality show Ban Nhạc Việt (Vietnamese Band) in 2018, will perform traditional carols at the Symphonic Christmas Eve concert on December 24. The concert will take place from 9 pm to midnight at Chill Skybar in District 1. A time for … [Read more...] about Here comes Christmas and New Year’s Eve
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Travel Subscribe Log In Log In Today’s Paper Travel | Want a Different Way to Ring in the New Year? Visit Antarctica. Supported by Trending Forget Times Square. A growing number of travelers are choosing to celebrate the New Year in one of the most remote, beautiful places on Earth. ByAlyson Krueger Dec. 19, 2018 While his friends and family will be back home in Durham, N.H., on New Year’s Eve — at parties, restaurants or at home watching the ball drop — Chuck Ward will be surrounded by glaciers, crystal clear water and Gentoo penguins. That’s because Mr. Ward, a real estate contractor, will be marking the end of one year and the beginning of another in Antarctica. Mr. Ward and his wife are sailing on Le Boréal, a cruise ship owned by Ponant, a French cruise line that prides itself on intimate ships and in-depth trips to the … [Read more...] about Want a Different Way to Ring in the New Year? Visit Antarctica.
START 2019 as you mean to go on . . . by taking a break. It isn’t too late to ring in the new year in style with your friends or family. Watch fireworks and sip bubbly at a country hotel, get away at a holiday park, chill at a beach resort or turn up the adrenalin on the ski slopes. Whether you want a few nights away or a week’s holiday, we have picked out ten sparkling deals at home and abroad.Home Cornwall IF you fancy getting away with a group of friends or family, there are lots of large properties you can rent. Oceans Edge in Looe is a luxurious four-bedroom beach house with a hot-tub, woodburner, sea-view garden terrace and a freestanding bath made from crushed marble. Get your fancy dress costume out and join the locals who parade through the streets on New Year’s Eve. Enjoy two fireworks displays at the Banjo Pier – one at 6pm for families with young children and one at midnight. Looe prides itself on its fresh seafood, so tuck into … [Read more...] about Top ten home and abroad travel deals to ring in the New Year with friends and family