Oxbridge Carnegie Hill

1412 Madison Avenue, East 97 St., New York City, New York, 10128, United States
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by rouruguay

When do they take all the Christmas decorations on stores and the tree at Rockefeller Center in New York?Do they leave it till January?


by Bunsch

The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is lit through the first week of January. I think it is probably safe to assume that many, if not most, of the major stores will retain their holiday exhibits and lights through the New Year's weekend.


by xymmot

After the first week of January , sometimes two weeks into January They even have the Christmas Spectaular after the new year at Radio city Christmas time in NYC is great, have fun Cheers Tommy x



As New Years Eve in Time Square is seen world wide, seasonal decor remains in the city into the second week of January.

Enjoy your trip and try to stay warm.


by manhattanight

does it every go down? ok, just being funny, it just seems like things are already going up.


by 10028

I want to correct xymmot's dates -- the Radio City Christmas Spectacular only runs through December 30. And most of the holiday decorations are taken down by the end of the first week in January.

The neighborhood tree vendors shut down on Christmas Eve, along with all the holiday gift/craft bazaars.


by xymmot

10028, you are right, I do not know where my mind was, what I meant was the Christmas Spectacular played one week after Christmas, going into the New Year, but I have seen decorations up two weeks after New Years Eve. Thanks for setting it straight, my bad. Cheers Tommy x

Travel Tips for New York City

Ground Zero

by martin_nl

Should this be a tip or not. I think it should be. It's not the fondest of memories, but a memory that everyone should experience. Everyone remembers 9/11, where they were what they were doing and whether to belive what they saw on tv or not. Even though it's already more than 5 years ago since the planes flew into the towers the WTC site is still pretty empty. There are many plans as to what to do with the site. I think it should just be an empty hole like it is now. Make it a place of memory. To memorise this awful event in present day history.

Standing at the place I felt exactly as I felt 5 years ago. Overwhelmed and not being able to do anything about this situation. Very emotional indeed. Next to the viewing platform, on Liberty Street, you will find the Tribute WTC 9/11. Here a story is told from person to person. People who survived, people who were left behind and fire fighters etc. They all tell the same story from a different perspective. There are lots of photo's, sound fragments and written words. In the basement you can read letters left by the visitors. This is probably the most emotional of the tribute....

Check out the website of Tribute WTC 9/11.


by roamer61

One of the best things about New York City is its Diversity. It has various ethnic areas such as China -Town an Little Italy. And there is also diversity in its people. NYC is a major melting pot with folks from around the world. NYC is also the artistic capital of the United States. Here there are more museums then in any other part of the country. A delight to the conneissuer.

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NYC the most cosmopolitan city around the world.
Lots of differents races, cultures, languages.... all is possible there.

New York is a big city. So you need more than one week to know all the interesting places that it has.

I like just take a walk around the city and admire the magnific buildings, the stressed people, and breathe the great atmosphere of this city....

When in Rome...actually when...

by ppotts

When in Rome...actually when you are in New York, the greatest feeling happens to you. You are not limited by anything!! There is always something going on here! This city truely never sleeps... When I am away from NYC, I miss my coffee and bagel boy the most. He knows me by name!

One of the highlights of our...

by naranja

One of the highlights of our stay in New York was certainly the walk over the Brooklyn Bridge. The view at the NEW York skyline is spectacular from the bridge and from Brooklyn alike.
Have a drink at the chic River Cafe, almost under the bridge and if you are as lucky as we were, enjoy one of the most memorable sunsets!


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 Oxbridge Carnegie Hill

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Address: 1412 Madison Avenue, East 97 St., New York City, New York, 10128, United States