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The Most unusual ways to celebrate New year

The worst enemy of the winter holidays – platitude. At first glance it may seem that you’ve tried everything: celebrated in the Guesthouse, the restaurant, in the country, at home with parents, with a bowl of salad in front of the TV. You can, of course, and to repeat the past, but always want something new, magical and amazing. Still, the New year.

What can you do?

To celebrate the New year in suit snow Maiden . You will not only be the center of attention, feel the need, desirable and beautiful. Can offer your servants to the Agency that organizes holidays. Every year they have a shortage of actors willing to play that role in the noisy company. Coat, shawl, and boots will make any woman this maiden. And under the red coat and beard of Santa Claus may be hiding a real Prince!

On the train or bus or plane . In celebration of this being addressed or adventurers or people who will of fate found themselves in a difficult situation – in any case will not be bored. A lot of jokes, champagne, fun and laughter in the circle of new friends. I think ladies are familiar with the so-called “passenger syndrome” which encourages people to revelation with strangers? Enjoy the moment, but do not believe the confessions!

In the dormitory . This is a great option for those who want to combine budget travel and holiday. In youth Continue reading

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