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Dining Guide For New Year’s Revelers

By Linda Tancs

We’ll take a cup of kindness yet for auld lang syne, as the song goes.  Would you like a four-course meal with that?  How about seven?  Barcelona’s Noti restaurant is offering a four-course, fixed-price fiesta for 120 euros per person.  For less than 100 euros, you can add 3 more courses along with a midnight snack and fireworks at Hamburg’s Landhaus Dill.  Look up more specials like these at The Europe Restaurant Guide. Happy eating, and happy new year!

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A Guide to New Year’s Eve Celebrations

By Linda Tancs

Baseball great Yogi Berra once said, “It ain’t over till it’s over.”  Well, 2007 is almost over, but not until we clink a glass or two of bubbly and salute the great bard Rabbie Burns with a rendition of Auld Lang Syne (which means “old long ago”).  All dressed up with no place to go?  Then check out the fun read at www.pubclub.com for some suggestions.  You might not agree with all of their assessments, but as another saying goes, one man’s meat is another man’s poison.  One interesting event that didn’t make the cut on this Web site is Vienna’s big bash at Hofburg Palace.  Visitors descend on this grand imperial city from every part of the globe to usher in the new year in the former winter residence of the Austrian emperor.  Well, there’s always next year!  See you then.

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