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  • 03/25/2019

    NYC

     

    LAS

    One-Way

    $134.20

  • 03/22/2019

    DFW

    03/29/2019

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New Year. New Adventures. New Stories.

Every city, big and small, has their own way of celebrating the New Year. The Times Square Ball Drop in New York City, Grand Park Light Show in Los Angeles, amazing display of fireworks at the London Eye (London), Eiffel Tower (Paris) and Red Square (Moscow); the list is endless. People flock to these special spots, be it world famous landmarks or charming little town squares. It brings about a sense of togetherness that is quite rare in the hectic and alienating lives we live today.
After a year of working hard, meeting deadlines and taking care of other responsibilities, it is only reasonable that people want to let loose and have some fun. New Year parties give you the opportunity to meet your friends and family that you may not have time for in your day-to-day life. Chanting the Count Down to the New Year with your loved ones is a fun tradition followed by everyone. Be it at office or home, New Year parties filled with silly strings and party poppers turn even the gloomiest of attendees into M/s Sunshine.
Some people prefer nothing more than to spend a quiet evening in front of the TV, watching reruns of television classics. Many have these sweet little family traditions that have been carried out for generations. Like, welcoming the New Year by playing a prank on the elders of the family or jumping in the pool with all your family and friends in tow.
A New Year is not just about celebrating a change of date but it signifies something much greater. It is a symbol of hope and courage. Each New Year is a testament of the fact that no matter what struggles people may face, they will always find victory.