Rockefeller Center, New York City
Go to Rockafeller Center,see the Statue of Liberty, FAO Schwartz (largest toy store), take a cab ride, ride the subway, eat a hot dog from a street vendor (pretzels are good too), shop in the village, go to the good morning amercia show, see a broadway show (you can get tickets at the half price ticket booth the day of the shows), go to central park, there are so many things to do...just have fun
Fondest memory: I have only been to New York in the Winter Time. My family and I would drive from our home in PA to New York every year to see the Rockettes 'Christmas Spectacular' at Radio City Music Hall. What a show! Anyway, we would always go shopping at Macy's...if you don't want to shop you at least have to go see the holiday displays, go to FAO Schwartz, eat dinner somewhere different (MoTown Cafe is cool) and go to Rockafeller center to watch everyone skate (I always wanted to skate but the wait can be up to 3 hours at the holidays! And of course you must go see the Christmas Tree!!!
Rockafeller Center at Fith Ave. and 50th
Fondest memory: This is at its best during the Christmas holiday season.
Favorite thing: This photo was taken purely because Wayne liked all the colours in the shop window. Its in the Rockefeller centre, and as Valentines Day was only days away, the window displays were lovely.
Favorite thing: Rockefeller Center has been invaded by giant spiders. Mommy a 34-footer and two 12-foot babies. These three creepy crawlers were created by 90 year old surrealist Louise Bourgeois.
Favorite thing: Last stroll thru New York by night, before having to leave this exciting city the next day. Another view of worldfamous Rockefeller Plaza.
Fondest memory: I guess everybody and their aunt has been there, but it is still the place to go and see the ice-skaters in winter, and have a good cup of hot coffee later.
Favorite thing: Visit Rockefeller Center and Radio City Music Hall. Radio City is famous for its annual Christmas show.