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Best Places to Celebrate New Year


Wednesday, December 31st, 2014

New York City: - New York is a better place to enjoy the party. Most famous is the annual gathering of a million people in Times Square to see famous musicians and the ball drop in which a 12-foot-wide crystal ball weighing nearly 12,000 pounds descends atop One Times Square. You can also enjoy an unforgettable night crawling the city’s world-class bars, restaurants and clubs.

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Rio De Janeiro: - Rio is best known for its Carnival festivals. The Iconic Copacabana Beach hosts the world’s largest and wildest New Year’s Eve party in which more than two million people participate. This uniquely Brazilian celebration that blends religious, traditional, and superstitious beliefs is also known as Reveillon. Locals dress head to toe in white and toss handfuls of flowers into the ocean as gift to Yemanja, the goddess of the seas. The celebration also includes oceanfront stages for live musical and dance performances, and a colorful fireworks display at midnight.

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Las Vegas: - Las Vegas hosts one of the biggest parties of the year. The entire Strip is closed to traffic and open it for the massive block party holding 300,000 people. Take your pick: the free for all, nightclub-strewn Strip or the 21-and-over Fremont Street Experience with three stages and nine hours of live bands; both are closed to traffic. Listen to the crowds roar at midnight when fireworks erupt from casino roofs around the city.

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London: - Londoners ring in the New Year using the world’s most reliable clock—the monumental Big Ben. If you can’t hear the bell at midnight, there are crowd of thousands of people who have taken over the streets to celebrate, plus the blasts of an eight-minute fireworks display at the London Eye.

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Sydney: - Sydney New Year’s Eve is renowned globally as one of the most spectacular eve in the world. There are two major factors first is its location and second is its largest firework, one at 9 pm and other at mid night. More than a million people attend the waterfront show, which also includes an air and water show featuring aerial acrobatics, an Aboriginal smoking ceremony that is said to cleanse bad spirits, and the Harbour of Light Parade, a mass flotilla of more than 50 illuminated boats in the harbor.

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Hong Kong: - One of the world’s most dramatic skylines light up every year with great firework. During the holidays the city is even more vibrant and colorful. There really isn’t a better place in the world to celebrate the holidays and spending New Year’s Eve 2015 in Hong Kong is sure to be amazing.

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Goa: - Asia’s most outrageous beach party attracts many people around the world. Beeline to Anjuna Beach, one of Goa’s exceptional, never-ending beaches to guzzle drinks and watch the obligatory fireworks display at midnight. So 2015 New Year’s Eve is the best time for partying in Goa, with NYE fireworks and celebrations all along the coast of India’s good time state.

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The Best Cities For Black Friday Shopping


Wednesday, November 5th, 2014

Although Black Friday is still weeks away, many bargain shoppers already know what stores open early and what items are deeply discounted. This year Black Friday sales are more popular than ever. While many other consumers will simply avoid holiday crowds at shopping malls or even wait until Cyber Monday, retail stores across the nation will be buzzing with activities on the day after Thanksgiving. The following are five of the best American cities for Black Friday deals:

Houston, TX: - Texas has several choices across the state for discount shopping, but its largest city might have the best selection. For starters, there’s the massive Galleria, the largest shopping mall in a state where everything is supposedly bigger. Located in the Uptown District, the Galleria annually draws thousands of shoppers to pick out the best Black Friday deals from stores like Best Buy, Macy’s and Radio Shack. There’s also the Houston Premium Outlets, with 145 stores, including a Disney Store, Gap Outlet and Nike Outlet Store. Despite all of these outstanding choices for bargain shopping, the best deals are likely to be found at the numerous discount retailers, with 20 Walmart stores, 17 Target stores and 10 Best Buy stores in the Greater Houston area.

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Las Vegas, NV: - Better known as the Gambling Capital of the World, Las Vegas is also a prime destination for bargain shoppers, particularly on Black Friday. Almost every shopping mall in the city opens on Black Friday at midnight, along with the two immensely popular Las Vegas Premium Shopping Outlets. There are also 20 Walmart stores, 12 Target stores, 10 Toys R Us stores and 9 Best Buy stores, all expected to be open Thanksgiving evening at 8 p.m., in addition to 20 Ross stores, and six Marshalls and six TJ Maxx opening later that morning. Lastly, shoppers shouldn’t forget mega-casino shopping centers such as the Forum Shops at Caesars Palace, Grand Canal Shoppes at the Venetian, Miracle Mile Shops at Planet Hollywood and Via Bellagio, all expected to be packed with shoppers looking for discount items on Black Friday.

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Los Angeles, CA: - It is a good bet that there won’t be any Black Friday deals along LA’s famed Rodeo Drive, but there will be plenty of bargains available throughout the country’s second largest city. Lively shopping centers like The Grove, Beverly Center, Third Street Promenade and the Highland Center and trendy neighborhoods such as Melrose Avenue, Universal CityWalk and the Sunset Strip will all be filled with bargain shoppers looking for the that perfect holiday gift or steeply discounted clothing and gadgets. Other popular LA shopping centers are the Sherman Oaks Galleria, Glendale Galleria, and Fashion Island in Newport Beach and the Del Amo Shopping Center in Torrance, once the country’s largest shopping mall. Like with any major American metropolitan area, Los Angeles also has its share of retail stores specializing in Black Friday sales, with over 25 Best Buys, 20 Walmart stores and an even larger number of Target stores.

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Minneapolis – St. Paul, MN: - The gigantic Mall of America may have relinquished its status as the country’s largest shopping mall to Pennsylvania’s King of Prussia Mall, but the mall not far from Minneapolis has 522 retail stores, 100 more than its closest American competitor. With an estimated 40 million visitors annually, the Mall of America will be the place to be on Black Friday for most bargain shoppers. Last year, many mall retailers opened at midnight, including Best Buy, Gap, Macy’s, Nike and Sears, prompting thousands of shoppers to wait for doors to open. Even Apple Stores might have another rare Black Friday sale as in recent years. For those who simply wish to stay away from the expected colossal crowds at the Mall of America, the greater Minneapolis-St. Paul area also has its fair share of retail discount stores, with 20 Walmart stores and several Target stores, which happen to be headquartered in Minneapolis.

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Orlando, FL: - The Theme Park Capital of the World also has a wide range of shopping deals for Black Friday. There are plenty of big box discount retailers like Walmart and Target. Orlando has two huge Premium Outlets and a number of shopping malls like Florida Mall one of the country’s largest single-story malls. Many of the city’s most popular shopping centers are concentrated along International Drive, including Pointe Orlando, Walmart Supercenter, International Drive Value Center and Festival Bay Mall. The I-Ride Trolley will be a very popular mode of public transportation on Black Friday, as its Red Line travels nine miles along International Drive, from the International Drive Premium Outlets to the north and Vineland Avenue Premium Outlets to the south with 78 trolley stops along the way and trolleys arriving every 20 minutes.

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The Best Fall Trip Destinations For 2014


Thursday, October 16th, 2014

The end of the summer and start of fall. Fall season is the best time of the year to travel. Whether you’re up for adventure, relaxation or something else. Check out the best places to travel for this beautiful season:

Las Vegas, Nevada: - Las Vegas is the best place to go in this season. In autumn, it’s still warm enough much of the time to lounge poolside, and the milder heat means it’s a great time to take a trip to Grand Canyon or the surrounding mountains. Also if you are visiting Las Vegas then must visit SLA Las Vegas on the north end of the Strip which is just opened in August.

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New York, New York: - Like Las Vegas, New York never goes out of season for tourists. And especially in fall it has its own kind of energy. Day time temperatures are comfortably mild and chilly nights have set the trees to turning colors- and also Central Park is awash in red, yellow and orange. And it wouldn’t be autumn in the Big Apple without a stop at the Union Square Greenmarket for an apple-cider donut.

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Myrtle Beach, South Carolina:- This year, Myrtle Beach launched a campaign called “The Secret’s Out: 60 More Days of Summer,” capitalizing on the fact that even in October, the air and water temperatures are typically still very summerlike on this swath of the 60-mile Grand Strand.

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Chicago, Illinois: - Autumn in the Windy City feels like: leaves crunching underfoot, sweaters and scarves on display, and football, basketball, and hockey on TV. Those who aren’t running in the Chicago Marathon are on the streets cheering the rest on. This fall, the David Bowie exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art is the only U.S. stop for the show, which is organized by London’s Victoria and Albert Museum. And this year, the annual Chicago Humanities Festival brings speakers such as Paula Poundstone, Patti Smith, David Brooks, Mark Bittman, and Anne Rice to various venues around town.

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Galveston, Texas: - Galveston is the beach for Houstonites, who regularly make the 50-mile drive to dip their toes in the Gulf of Mexico along the island city’s 32 miles of beaches. In October the day time temperatures in the high 70s, so fall season still invites families on weekends looking for that last blast of summer. Also away from the water explore the city’s historical districts with more than 400 19th-century buildings is another favorite pastime.

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Ocean City, Maryland: - There was a time 10 mile long Barrier Island was mostly shutdown after the summer season. Tourists from surrounding states left beaches, restaurants and resorts. But now Ocean City entertains millions of visitors all year long, a good chunk of whom come in autumn, when the weather is still pleasant but the summer hordes no longer pack the three-mile-long boardwalk. It can be a particularly lovely time to visit nearby Assateague Island and its famous wild ponies, or just watch an Atlantic sunrise or sunset over the bay.

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San Diego, California: - San Diego’s coastline attracts visitors all year, but autumn has its special appeal. When the beaches are empty on the weekdays the weather is still warm. When you are in San Diego head to nearby La Jolla for some upscale shopping and dining, and catch the art and wine festival the second weekend in October. With nearly 90 craft breweries and brewpubs, San Diego has declared itself the “Craft Beer Capital of America,” and you’ll find nearly all of them represented at the 10-day San Diego Beer Week in November. At night, the Gaslight Quarter downtown is ground zero for rooftop bars and nightclubbing.

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Virginia Beach, Virginia: - Virginia Beach’s raison d’etre is a resort town stretching along miles of endless beach, three mile long boardwalk. Families come here in the summer but fall season still have warm days, even as the leaves begin to change colors. Water temperature average about 67 degree in October,which might make it just a little chilly for swimming but still perfect for ocean kayaking among bottlenose dolphins. And since October seems to be the month for beer festivals.

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San Francisco, California: - Tourist to San Francisco in summertime are too often. The city really shine in fall when the fog takes of the Golden Gate Bridge. For the past 14 years the Hardly Strictly Bluegrass has drawn close to a quarter million music lovers to Golden Gate Park over the first weekend in October. Head over to Union Square Park in the heart of the city on Wednesdays and Sundays through October for Union Square Live, featuring free music, dance, and circus performances.

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Daytona Beach, Florida: - It’s not just the beautiful weather that draws visitors to this part of the Florida coast. Each October, tens of thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts descend on Daytona Beach for the annual four-day Biketoberfest, and music lovers converge for the Daytona Beach Blues Festival. And all year long, Daytona Beach draws tourists who want to experience the novelty of driving on the beach, thanks to the area’s famous hard-packed sand, which has been drawing motorists since the early 1900s.

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Top Destinations for Labor Day


Thursday, August 28th, 2014

Labor Day is annually held on the first Monday of September. Labor Day is considered to be the last long weekend of summer travel. So it isn’t surprising that so many Americans head to the airport at the end of August/early September for a final summer vacation. Here are some top destinations for Labor Day:

Charleston, SC: - Charleston is one of favorite Labor Day cities. There is great family fun and great foods. From the downtown historic District to the Waterfront to Fort Summer National Park Charleston offers great things for everyone.

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Washington DC: - Washington is the best place to celebrate Labor Day, with all the monuments, the US Capital, the White House and the Smithsonian there is lots to do here. And all government buildings including Smithsonian museums are completely free. If you are planning a trip to White House then you need to book in advance with the office of your Senator or member of congress.

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New Orleans, LA: - New Orleans is one of the biggest party cities in the country and is the festival capital of the World. So, if you are looking for a party on Labor Day then head to New Orleans. If you have ever wanted to go to New Orleans then this is the best time to visit. After the big hurricane the city is rebuilt and you can see the changes.

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Walt Disney World, Orlando, FL: - Disney World is a magical place to spend Labor Day. It can be crowded; it has 5 theme parks, 2 water parks, Downtown Disney and much more. In Disney World there is something for everyone. In Disney World you will find all parks are very clean, well laid out and lots of places to take a break for a meal.

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Las Vegas, NV: - Las Vegas is a great place for adults to play and have fun anytime of the year including Labor Day. The Las Vegas Strip is a 3.8 mile stretch of Las Vegas Boulevard. Have 19 world largest hotels out of 25 top hotels. There are also many family friendly towns.

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Los Angeles, CA: - Los Angeles is always a top weekend getaway sites like Hollywood, Disneyland and many Universal Studios. If you want to catch the glimpse of a movie or TV celebrity then there is no better place to go than Los Angeles.

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New York City, NY: - New York is the most visited American tourist city. With shopping, museums, Times Square, Broadway shows, the Empire State Building, and of course, the Statue of Liberty, there is more to do in New York than almost any other city.

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Boston, MA: - Boston is one of the best places for weekend getaway. If you and your family love history and wonderful seafood then you must head to Boston for Labor Day. Boston has some excellent museums like the Museum of Science which has 500 hands on exhibits and the Boston’s Children’s Museum. You can also take the Freedom Trail or visit Faneuil Hall which both offers a view of Boston’s history. As for seafood, don’t forget the clam chowder. There are also some great lobster stands throughout the city.

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