Looking for an amazing international location to spend New Year’s Eve? How about Sydney, Australia? If your new year’s plans usually consist of below freezing temperatures, you can trade that in for a balmy 78 degrees in Sydney on New Year’s Eve. Wherever you turn, you will find happy revelers alongside you there. Ahead are some great places to be on new year’s in the great down under.
New England is the perfect part of the country for B&B’s because you can enjoy these quaint establishments year-round. You can witness the seasons change, wake up to mouth-watering breakfasts, lounge on comfy sofas, and take advantage of outdoor activities around picture perfect towns and villages. Some boast of romantic views of the sea while others are nestled in town and feature garden views. Check out this list of 6 of the most sought-after bed and breakfasts in New England!
Plane tickets? Check!
Hotel reservations? Check!
Pre-paid excursions? Check!
Travel protection? Check! Check!
Pre-existing conditions? Huh??
Crowdsourcing. Crowd of fans. Crowdfunding.
What do these all have in common? They’re all great crowds. Want to know about a not-so-great-crowd? An overcrowd–as in an overcrowded tourist destination. An ultimate example is the overcrowded peak of Mount Everest, where mountain climbing lovers recently had to stand in a ridiculously long and deadly line to get to the summit1. The peak was too full, but then again, it’s a popular attraction.
Sometimes, you want to just take time for yourself. No, I’m not talking about curling up with a good book in front of the fire with the tap-tap-tap of raindrops on your windowsill to keep you company. I’m talking about taking an awesome vacation alone. It’s not common, but so very doable. It’ll take some courage, an open mind, and some great tips to make the idea a glorious reality. Here are 6 tips to make your trip a great and memorable one.