Last week this time I was in NYC and I thought I would share some of the Christmas decorations that I saw. Some will be quite familiar to you...others are more random.
We didn't have snow, but these snowflakes were so pretty on this building. Especially at night.
No kidding -- these were huge!
Nutcrackers were lined down every column of this building.
A forward look at one nutcracker.
These stars were in the foyer of one of the shopping malls near Central Park.
I loved how they kept changing colors.
This is a close up of the wreath at the top of the stage at Radio City Music Hall. I tried to get a picture of the stage, but it was too dark.
The lobby of Radio City Music.
The famous sign -- The Christmas show was such fun!
These reminded me of sparklers.
The tree at Rockafeller Center with angels and "sparklers".
A closer view of the tree.
This tree was at Chelsea market. All the sparkling ornaments were made of pieces of broken up CD's.
A "waterfall" of lights at Chelsea Market.
This was a pretty wreath at the restaurant where we ate breakfast. I took lots of other pictures of NYC landmarks, but decided to just post the festive pictures of the holiday season. We had a great time! Saw a wonderful show, the revival of "Ragtime" -- ate great food (hotdogs from Gray's Papaya and cupcakes from Crumbs - both voted the "best in NYC") -- saw the Rockettes Christmas Spectacular - and found some neat treasures to bring home. We also visited Ground Zero and Central Park -- truly, there's no city quite like it! Hope you've enjoyed visiting NYC with me and taking the Christmas tour.
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