Best place to spend New Years Eve 2009/10

December 7, 2009 at 12:12 pm Leave a comment

New Year’s Eve in Sydney

Book Sydney B&Bs at BedandBreakfastworld.comHead to Australia to beat all your friends in celebrating the new year. Sydney’s spectacular New Year’s Eve festivities are some of the most popular in the world. The jagged coastline of Sydney Harbour provides numerous vantage points to see the celebrations, but most people head to Harbour Bridge to see what has become one of the most-watched fireworks displays around.

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New Year’s Eve in New York

Book New York B&Bs at BedandBreakfastworld.comNYE=NYC. Every year in the centre of New York over a million people throng Times Square to see the iconic ball drop, while an estimated billion people more watch the event in their homes from around the world. The famous ball, which descends 77ft over the course of a minute, was first dropped in 1907, and has been redesigned on numerous occasions since. The current ball is over twice the size of the original, weighs over 5,300kg and incorporates over 3,500 lighting cues.

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New Year’s Eve in Edinburgh

Book Edinburgh B&Bs at BedandBreakfastworld.comFar more than just New Year’s Eve celebrations, Hogmanay in Edinburgh has developed into a spectacular festival which lasts at least 5 days. From the atmospheric torchlight processions to the traditional ceilidh to the lively street party, the celebrations offer something for everyone, and as the big hand reaches 12, you can have a go at singing Auld Lang Syne like a local.

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