|New Year’s Eve parties NYC –by SimonPix via Flickr|
There’s no more exciting place on New Year’s Eve than New York City. Party-goers all over the world will be watching the ball drop in Times Square, and thousands will visit the Big Apple to savor their last bite of 2012 and ring in the New Year. You may live within a drive of NYC and want to spend your last night of the year in the heart of Manhattan. I advise to definitely make your plans now.
So you may be asking, “Where are the most happening New Year’s Eve parties in New York City?” Check out NYCVP (New York City Vacation Packages) for their New Year’s deal, which includes a party at the upscale Sentry in Midtown West. Hang 23 floors above the street, and eat and drink to your heart’s content while watching the hoopla below as the ball drops. Dress to impress because you’ll dance the night away in the ‘City That Never Sleeps.’ Some New York hotels are still available, but don’t waste time—be sure to book now.
After you’ve spent the the final night of 2012 at the New Year’s Eve Times Square Ball Drop Gala Party, you’ll need a big hangover breakfast on New Year’s Day. Head to Norma’s at Le Parker Meridien on West 56th Street for one of the best brunches in town. Make your reservation now to guarantee a table!
|Norma’s has one of the best brunches in the city.—by mith 17 via Flickr|
Once you’ve satisfied those hunger pangs, head downtown and walk around the old, quaint streets of the West Village. Stroll down Bleecker where you’ll find good choices for buying and browsing. Be sure to dress warm, because the NYC winds will be kicking up in January. A down coat is a must at this time of the year.
|You’ll find great shopping on Bleecker St.–by Paul Lowry via Flickr|
If you need to warm up, venture north for a coffee at Café Grumpy in Chelsea. Then keep walking west and you’ll run into the historic High Line, where you can stroll through this elevated public park and former freight rail line just off the Hudson River.
|Stroll through the High Line while you’re in the city. –by Rob Thurman via Flickr|
|A New Year’s in NYC will be one you’ll never forget.—by StuartMoreton via Flickr|
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