Hello everyone! Greetings from New England! Hope y’all had a lovely Christmas w/ your family and friends. I had been in NYC for most of last week, we stayed at a loft on 34th street, but no there’s no Miracle on 34th Street 😉 , though we felt very blessed to have spent a festive and safe Christmas in the Big Apple with no major incidents.
We’re now in New Hampshire where my in-laws resides, but I thought I’d share some pics from our Christmas in New York. Most of these are my Instagram pics, with a couple shots taken by my hubby.
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[hubby’s shot] Lil girl in red in rainy Times Square
Nighttime view of Manhattan skyline
My mom & sister in-law in front of Macy’s Peanuts window display
Romeo & Juliet statue on Shakespeare Garden
NYC in the rain – LOVE the colors
Quick selfie on Whisper Bench, Shakespeare Garden, Central Park
View from our 34th Street loft
En route to Radio City Music Hall
The hustle bustle of Rockefeller Center on Christmas night to see the mammoth Christmas tree!
My adorable 15-month old niece
Central Park West street
Two friends spending Christmas Day in Central Park
Quiet Central Park West
Awesome Christmas light show on Saks Fifth Ave Bldg
[hubby’s shot] Empire State Bldg w/ festive Christmas lights
Day after Christmas, driving down Madison Avenue
We visited Dominique Ansel’s bakery once again, the Cronuts have been sold out hours ago but still tons of great treats left!
[hubby’s shot] Grand Central Station, just 7 blocks from our loft
We can see the Empire State Bldg from the corner street of our loft
My family strolling down towards SOHO for a lil’ shopping on Christmas Eve
It’s so warm in Central Park on Christmas Day, it felt like Autumn!
As for movies, well I haven’t seen anything since The Force Awakens before we left, not sure if we’ll fit in movie viewing before the year’s done. In any case, I’ve got my Top 10 of the Year post ready to go for Dec 31, so stay tuned! 😀
So did you see anything on Christmas Day folks? Well, hopefully it was a good one!