14.12.2020 11:20 am
The end of another year is almost upon us, and with that comes New Year’s Eve.
While celebrations this year will look a little different (being responsible citizens to contain the spread of Covid-19) we spoke to an airline which shed some light on some weird and wonderful New Year’s Eve traditions from around the globe.
There is nothing which beats feeling the new place pass under your heels.
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The original plan was a drive through the Rust Belt. It turns out that New York City without tourists is even better.
As the region reopens, it faces hurricane season, pandemic-related restrictions and the absence of cruise ships.
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A tentative welcome mat is being laid out for visitors in many European countries.
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Visitors who break Hawaii’s 14-day quarantine rule may get an unwelcome gift: a free flight home.