Saturday, December 23, 2017

A New York City Holiday


I hope everyone is having a wonderful Holiday Season! As it's been tradition on my blog, I'm taking you for yet another tour around New York City for the holidays! Here is the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center above the ice skating ring.


This year I went to the Top of the Rock (the top of the Rockefeller Center skyscraper) to admire the New York City skyline at night. You can see the Empire State building on the far left. It was a cool experience!


And here is a street view of the Empire State Building illuminated with holiday lights at the corner of Fifth Avenue and 45th Street.


I also went to visit Times Square which sparkles with holiday glitter.


Here is a shot of a skyscraper all lit up near Bryant Park.


This is one of Macy's holiday window displays--so much fun to look at as they are colorful and animated!


The best for last! Our kitty cat Allie under our Christmas tree. She is truly a gift! Wishing you and yours Happy Holidays and a great 2018! xo

12 comments:

  1. She sure looks snug under there. Macy's goes all out indeed. Great shots. Hope you have a great Christmas!

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    1. Thanks, Pat! Merry Christmas to you and your cats and a purrfect New Year! :)

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  2. Christmas in the big city looks very festive. Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas.

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    1. Thank you, Ida! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and yours! :)

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  3. Allie looks so confident and alert! Thanks for the tour! Merry Christmas and Happy Hols, Loredana!

    Hank

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    1. Thanks, Hank! Happy Holidays to you, too! :)

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  4. Hi Lori, Great city shots as always. I'm glad you posted the one from Top of the Rock. We went for a walk up our block (all the way up the hill) and were able to see the spires (antenna) of the Empire State Building and the one in red. We must be at least 20 miles from downtown NYC, but still get the skyline on a clear day/night. Merry Christmas! A white one this year.

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    1. Thanks, Stephanie! Happy Holidays to you and yours! xo

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  5. Truly, there is no place more magical, than NYC at Christmastime, and you have captured that magic so beautifully, Loredana.
    A belated, but very, very Merry Christmas, and a bright and beautiful New Year, my friend.
    xo.

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