Whether you’re spotting the fireworks far from Chicago’s Navy Pier crowds or the dropping of the conch shell at Sloppy Joe’s in balmy Key West, you’re sure to make 2016 memorable with these fun things to do.Read on for our list, or skip to the city of your interest: Amsterdam; Aspen; Atlanta; Chicago; Dallas; Hamburg; Houston; Key West; Madrid; Melbourne ; New York City; Philadelphia; San Francisco; Shanghai; Toronto; Vancouver; and Washington, D. There’s nowhere quite like Amsterdam on New Year’s Eve (or Oud en Nieuw, as they call it here).You may be pumped to celebrate the New Year, but you’d be forgiven for watching the wallet after the holidays.Since no one should start the year off on the wrong foot, financially or otherwise, we’ve compiled our favorite celebrations in cities worldwide that won’t cost you anything.As the fireworks continue for an hour or more, you can visit a few different locations.
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