Holiday Destinations: Five Great Places To Spend Your Christmas Holidays

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If another Christmas at home is all too much to bear, and you long for an alternative to the usual cold turkey and roast potatoes, here are a few seasonal alternative holiday destinations: 1.
Aspen - Aspen, the mountain resort playground of the rich and famous makes a fantastic seasonal break.
Spend your holiday celebrity spotting on the slopes, sipping cocktails in a cool nightclub and relaxing in a luxurious hotel or romantic ski lodge.
Not really a place to bring the kids but if you're young and attractive this might be your ideal Christmas holiday location.
2.
Edinburgh - The elegant and historical Scottish capital in the United Kingdom hosts a series of fun and lively events running over six weeks.
Everything kicks off around late November and stretches all the way to early January.
Perfect for families, children would certainly enjoy Scotland's largest ferris wheel, carol concerts and fun pantomines.
Adults would love all the great shopping and festive market.
Make sure you consider staying in a grand hotel and enjoy a Christmas feast of rabbit or pheasant on the big day.
Stay until new year's eve and you'll find yourself enjoying Hogmanay one of the best ways to see in the new year in the world.
3.
Sydney, Australia - If you are allergic to the cold, spending Christmas with bronzed hunks and bikini babes might appeal.
December is the first month of summer in Australia and the cosmopolitan city of Sydney regularly attracts 40,000 international visitors each year.
For a true Aussie Christmas head down to Bondi or Manly beach and dine on barbecued shrimps, seafood and fresh salads washed down with plenty of chilled beer.
4.
New York: The people of New York love to celebrate Christmas, and in true American style, the Big Apple pulls out all the stops.
Broadway shows, twinkling lights and world-renowned shopping pull in many visitors during the seasonal holidays.
Ice skate at the foot of the Rockefeller Center, shop till you drop at Macys, ride a horse-drawn carriage through Central Park, or sip an egg-nog latte at Bloomingdales for that perfect Christmas break.
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Alaska - Animal and reindeer lovers should consider a Christmas break in the Alaskan town of Anchorage.
As well as enjoying a true snowy winter you can visit the town's popular tourist attraction, the local reindeer farm.
Here can you can feed and pet reindeer as well as other animals such as elk, moose and blacktail deer.
Although be warned, they also serve reindeer in the restaurant at the end of your tour!
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