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This New Year’s Eve I’m Getting Away From LA

Leaving Los Angeles

Talk of New Year’s Eve plans are in the air, and the thing I keep hearing is that everyone wants to get out of town for their end of year break. Let’s face it, we’re obligated to spend all the other winter holidays with our family, but New Year’s is our one chance to get away from it all before the start of another year’s grind. So, let’s talk about New Year’s Eve plans that don’t include another awkward party, funny hats, and more confetti. Instead, I offer you the top 5 places out of LA to plan an intimate gathering– because as everyone knows, when your New Year’s get-together is also a getaway, things are bound to get a lot more interesting…

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