You sure do love your Los Angeles and the neighbourhood you have your abode. But it's that time of the year when you are likely to be homesick. The long Christmas break is around the next corner and you are probably wondering how to beat the blues. Some of you may be missing your mom's home-cooked food and the merry parties during Christmas back home. And some of you may be missing your friends and family back in India.
When In L.A. How To Beat Year End Blues
Being homesick is natural. And for the thousands of Indians out there in Los Angeles, its ever more natural to get that nostalgic feeling of the place where you were born and brought up. Even those of you who grew up in Los Angeles, it may be a distant memory of some valley or some fragrances.
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Visit The LA County Holiday Celebration!
There is a popular annual free cultural extravaganza on December 24 pre-Christmas Eve celebration at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. A fun place to spend time with your friends at Los Angele's biggest holiday show that has more than 20 choirs, music ensembles and dance troupes performing!
Explore The Popular Food Hubs
Well this might be a no-brainer. But, but... if you are lucky to find better restaurants that offer you delicacies that are reminiscent of home, how good is that. There are over 8,000 restaurants in Los Angeles, and you could have a good time exploring some new ones this year end... Check these top Indian Restaurants in Los Angeles.
Most Family Friendly Event At Grand Park
Now this is one place that you are sure to enjoy this New Year's eve away from your home in India. There are food trucks, the Music Center and the City Hall that will pose as a 22-story canvas for projections of photo-booth pics taken onsite in addition to live bands that will make your day...
Hope you like this post and wish you all a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!