Christmas in the Big Apple

December 17, 2021  •  Leave a Comment

What is more magical than New York at Christmas? Well, maybe London at Christmas, but I digress...

 

The Rockefeller tree is one of a kind and I understand why people flock to NYC to see it. Coupled with all the high end stores around it twinkling bright with decor -- it's a sight to see at least once in your life. 

 

I couldn't quite convince Mr Ennis to ice skate, but the Christmas markets with rinks in the middle were so fun to watch the skaters. These are parks in the middle of the skyscrapers, so it provides an unusual juxtaposition between modern architecture and Christmas cheer.

 

The Christmas markets were filled with all local vendors and crafters which made them feel more quaint despite not feeling like true European Christmas Markets. With only one serving brats and sauerkraut. The hot apple cider was delightful though. Almost makes up for the lack of German food.

 

Anyways -- Christmas in New York can only really be described in pictures...

 


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