Being alone doesn’t mean being lonely. Not when you can discover a new city, bask in the sun or learn a new language, all without family in tow.
By Stephanie Rosenbloom in The New York Times Sunday Travel Section, November 4, 2012
“Ah, the holidays. the perfect time of year to be with the one you love the most: yourself.
If you are unmarried, divorced, widowed or simply apart from friends and family this holiday season, no need to wallow. Because while others are stuck in traffic on the way to Grandma’s house, you, dear reader, have the opportunity to be cosseted in a Venice cafe. Or learning Spanish on a Costa Rican beach.”
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