Ring In 2019! New Year’s Eve Celebrations in Philly (& Nearby)

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New Year's Eve in Philadelphia with fireworks along the Delaware Waterfront.

Bid 2018 a fond farewell and welcome 2019 with open arms! After celebrating the holidays with one of the many events around the region, the fun isn’t over. If you are looking for a fun, unique New Year’s Eve celebration in Philadelphia or nearby, I’ve got just the list for you. Whether you’re looking to party hard early and then head to bed or looking to kiss your sweetheart at midnight under a sky lit up with fireworks, there’s somewhere in Philly you can celebrate New Year’s Eve. Take the day, or longer!, off and enjoy your last day trip from Philadelphia for the year. It’s hard to believe that we’ll soon be in the last year of the teens! And no matter where you go or what you do, have a good time and here’s to a happy, healthy and safe 2019!

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45 Festive Ways To Celebrate Christmas In Philly Region

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The Philadelphia Christmas Village is one of the many great Christmas events in Philadelphia in 2018.

Philly is always festive but each year from November through December, the city puts on its best for the holidays. And that’s true for the surrounding area, too. Each year there are Christmas and holiday events in Philadelphia that are traditions for visitors of all generations. But there are also some fun new and unique Christmas and holiday events in and around Philadelphia for 2018. If you’re looking for a weekend getaway or just for an afternoon, there are lots of fantastic day trips from Philadelphia. No matter what festival or festivals you celebrate, enjoy a little holiday cheer with these 45 Christmas and holiday events and things to do in Philly in 2018! Then ring in 2019 and say goodbye to 2018 with events across the region.

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Visit to: Mitsuwa Marketplace in New Jersey

Food, Travel

mitsuwa marketplace in edgewater new jersey

If you’re looking for a taste of Tokyo in the United States, it would be understandable to look to San Francisco’s Japantown. The Bay Area neighborhood is the largest Japanese community outside of Japan. But what about those of us on the East Coast? You would be forgiven for assuming New York City would be the place to be. The city does, of course, have a thriving Asian community. But for shopping you might want to look outside of the five boroughs. Instead, Edgewater, New Jersey’s Mitsuwa Marketplace is where you want to be.
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