Still looking for New Year’s Eve plans? It’s 2020, so you’re not alone. Many of us might stay home, but if you’ve got the itch to go somewhere, might we suggest these five places.
The kids will love the world’s first-ever World-Class Gourmet Inclusive Nickelodeon property. Welcome 2021 with live music and dancing.
Another Karisma Hotels & Resorts brand, a live fire show on the beach at Margaritaville Island Reserve Riviera Cancun will delight families, and also includes face painting, an afternoon kids pool party and more.
At The Cliffs Hotel in Pismo Beach, California, families can enjoy the Noon Year’s Eve Oceanfront Firepits. Celebrate early with sweet treats, ocean views and a firepit for up to six people. Staying the night? The Under the Stars celebration includes dinner for two via room service and a bottle of bubbly.
Have a family-friendly New Year’s Eve at Philadelphia’s Fitler Club. The Balcony Experience features a baby ball drop, a DJ, a balloon artist and classic all-American menu for $65 per table, with up to four people allowed per table.
At Bristol Mountain’s annual Torchlight Parade and Firework Celebration, families can enjoy the festivities from the safety of their designated parking spot. Or for families of couples or with older children, enjoy a socially distanced viewing of Moulin Rouge at The Smith Center for the Arts, also in New York’s Ontario County, at 7 p.m. on New Year’s Eve.
With Labor Day approaching, accessibleGO, the leading accessible travel platform in the United States for people with disabilities to book their travel needs, released its suggestions for some fun, accessible outings for family travelers.
Embark on a family journey through The Last Frontier with Celebrity Cruises® and experience an unforgettable luxury vacation in the untouched natural beauty of Alaska. The breathtaking landscape of this pristine wilderness sets the stage for every memorable moment from up-close, awe-inspiring views of glaciers to observing native wildlife, including whales, bears, bald eagles, and moose. This corner of the world offers not only spectacular scenery, but also opportunities to learn about the history and culture of Alaska — from the native people who’ve lived here for centuries to the adventurers seeking their fortunes during the gold rush. No matter which sailing you choose, you’ll journey through the ever-popular Inside Passage — one of the most popular experiences on any Alaska vacation — and visit Hubbard Glacier or Endicott Arm and Dawes Glacier.
The Los Angeles food scene is legendary, and for good reason. Top chefs from around the world flock to this Southern California city to work at and open some of the most notable restaurants in the world, making the L.A. food scene one of the most creative and innovative ones in the world.
United Airlines officially became the only major U.S. airline to own a flight training school with the opening of United Aviate Academy on Jan. 27. The moment was made even more historic with its inaugural class, which is 80 percent women and people of color.