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Updated by Hans A van Putten on Aug 09, 2021
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5 Ways to spend New Year's Eve

Here are a few ideas to spend your New Year's Eve. How do you spend your New Year's Eve?


Enjoy at home with the family in fron of an open-fire?

Enjoy New Year's Eve at home in front of an open fire, with family and friends. There is nothing better than to catch up with your friends and family after a long and hard year of work. That is of course if you can get along with your family and friends :-)
What do you think?

Go to the Caribbean and Enjoy the Sun?

Enjoy the sun on Antigua in the Caribbean, instead of in the New England snow. Avoid the cold and book a trip to any of the Caribbean islands and relax on the beach with a rum-punch or Margherita? Sounds good to me, what do you think?

Go out to a bar with friends and chat and drink?

On New Year's Eve, do you go out to a bar with friends and drink, to celebrate the changing of the year? It is for many people the thing to do, particularly if you want to get away from your family after having been on top of each other during Christmas. But it is not for everyone, what do you normally do?

Watch a movie or TV at home for New Year's Eve?

Some of us simply like to watch a movie or TV at home for New Year's Eve. rather than go out in the cold or rain or stand in the mob of people during "First Night". As we get older we may like the comfort of home and being able to go to bed soon after mid-night more than hanging around town. What is your preference?

Do you watch the ball drop on New Year's Eve?

Do you go to New York City to watch the ball drop. I must admit it sounds great but I'm sure there are several advantages, but also disadvantages to doing so. I personally would not do it, I prefer to see the ball drop on TV. Would you go out and see the ball drop in New York on CNew Year's Eve?

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