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When I was still in the Philippines, I always made sure that I was not home on every New Year’s Eve. I either joined a community party that was held somewhere or be in a park with friends. Don’t ask me why because you may think that I am silly.
Last New Year’s Eve, my husband and I spent it in a dance hall with some of his relatives. It was such a wonderful night with delectable smorgasbord of heavenly foods. There was classic music and the best part was the watching of the fireworks which were so grand. I love the feeling of bidding farewell to 2009 (with thanksgiving on everything that it brought with) in a way of celebrating in style.
We were discussing how are we going to spend our New Year’s Eve this time. We could spend it on a cruise ship as he likes to do it very much, or going to Los Angeles to visit our newlywed cousin who, at the same time invited us over to visit them. My husband and I would love the feeling of bidding farewell to 2009 (with thanksgiving on everything that it brought with) in a way of celebrating in style at one of the premier los angeles hotels . We were looking at the Portofino Hotel & Yacht Club, Redondo Beach. The place is just so marvelous where you can watch the glamorous sunset or just keep an eye out for dolphins and sea lions.
If you are interested, too, check for LA new year's eve hotel specials . If you are planning to spend the New Year’s Eve there, make your reservations now at one of the beautiful hotels in los angeles . May you have a wonderful and happiest new year 2010.