Experienced December 31 revelers can sum up where you’ll eat while waiting on the ball drop in Times Square in one terse sentence: Whatever sandwich you wadded into your coat pocket last night.
New Year's Eve fare in Times Square
Thankfully, I don’t have first hand knowledge of this, living in the Midwest and having an allergic reaction to standing outside in cold weather for periods longer than 42 seconds. I’m perfectly content to watch Dick Clark count it down on my television screen, and throw confetti on my living room floor. But our youth group made the New York City trek a few years ago for the big night, and came away with tales of not being able to leave the sidewalk to go anywhere, including a restroom from about 3 p.m. on.
You don’t want to know what those who couldn’t hold it did to address the situation.
So my mature advice from thousands of miles away: find a restaurant and do some first class people watching instead for the day.
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Are you familiar with UpTake’s Getaway Crew? The Getaway Crew resides on Facebook and provides an insider’s view of the cities they cover. The Seattle Getaway Crew took the time to share their experience of the newest addition to a hometown favorite sushi chain. Read all about it below – and be sure to check them out directly for more great insight in Seattle…
Seattle's Blue C Sushi
The story of Blue C Sushi starts with a starving college student, James Allard, living abroad in Japan. Entranced by the sushi merry-go-round method of food delivery, James returned to the States, dabbled in a bit of dot-com fun and emerged from corporate America a few years later with full intent on creating a Kaiten sushi experience in his beloved Seattle. Read More »
One of the wonderful perks about living in Barcelona (and let me tell you, there are many), is the sunshine. I am originally from Portland, Oregon, a place which cannot list sunshine as one of its attributes. I crave sun, which is one of the reasons Spain has been my home for the last five years.
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