Christmas Time In NYC
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Christmas Time In NYC
New York City is known for the place that never sleeps. The attractions, restaurants, major department stores, toy stores, parks, Broadway plays and beautiful hotels all offer excitement and entertainment 24-7. It's true that New York City streets never sleep.
What so appealing to visitors when visiting New York City is that you can simply walk the streets and never get bored. There is so much to look at to keep you entertained that you don't need to have a game plan if you don't want to. You can take a train to Penn Station, walk up the stairs to access the city streets and start walking around and immediately be entertained and sure time find a place to visit to browse around in addition to the hundreds of restaurants.
On Sunday 12/5/2010 my mother and I jumped on the train to had a day trip in New York City to jump start our holiday season. I put together this article for visitors who live to far from New York City to simply jump on a train and be in the heart of it all within 45-minutes. I felt many of you would be interested viewing pictures of our afternoon. The pictures tell it all by showing you how many millions of people visit New York City especially at Christmas time.
We started out day by jumping on the train for the 35-minute ride to Penn Station. We get to Penn Station and we headed up the stairs that directed us right onto 34TH street and our visit began. We headed toward Macys on 35TH street to enjoy the holiday windows Macys is known for. Then we walked through the store to see how Macys decorated for the holiday season. Each isle was filled with Christmas cheer.
Then we headed toward Times Square to see what was going on over there and we ended up taking a stroll through the new Disney Store. A site to see at least once in a lifetime. Photos of Times Square and the Disney Store. Of course there were thousands of people strolling about the streets of New York City.
Then we headed towards Radio City Music Hall area. Again, thousands of people strolling the streets of New York City. Across the street from Radio City Music Hall there was a water fall decorated with huge Christmas Balls.
Then we headed towards Rockefeller Center to see the tree which is placed directly above the Rockefeller Ice Skating Rink. Again, thousands of people skating and enjoy all of the sites. Beautiful view when all the Christmas Lights are lit up. Before we made it to Rockefeller Center we enjoyed a sausage and broccoli rabe pizza and a casserole of lasanga.
The we headed back toward Penn Station and passed Macys one more time. The picture below shows you a view across the street from Macys on 35TH Street. Huge angel all lit up for the holidays above the decorated windows.
Visiting New York City any time is a wonderful place to visit but if you can visit New York City at Christmas Time you will create a memory for a life time. LIVE VIDEO FOOTAGE too so you can see how many thousands and millions of people visit New York City at Christmas Time.
Thousands of people enjoying the sites while ice skating at Rockefeller Center under the Christmas Tree and all the lights.