Winter Holiday in New York

Last weekend I went to New York City with my family. Such a treat during the holidays because they go all out and make the city a winter wonderland. The first night we walked over to Rockefeller Center and arrived just in time to see the 3D holiday light show that is projected on the side of the Saks Fifth Avenue building

The show plays every 15 minutes and runs every night throughout the holiday season. This year’s show is about the Snowflake and the Yeti. The technology of the light show maps the building details to create a vivid 3D projection, which can appear to change the store’s outdoor features. It was a fun and enchanting moment.

My favorite place in NYC is Central Park. What a magical place nestled in the middle of this huge and diverse city. We have nothing like this in Los Angeles.

Macy's is the world largest store, or at least that's what their sign says, however, I believe it. There were a million people (approximately) inside. Macy's has 9 floors and every one of them is packed full of energetic shoppers. I didn't see any signs of a recession in Manhattan. 

If Macy's is the world largest store, then I'm guessing these are the worlds largest Christmas lights? We walked by this display somewhere near Rockefeller Center.

There was so much more I wanted to see while in New York, but it's impossible to do it all in just a few days.  To be continued NYC...

Wishing everyone a happy and healthy Holiday Season!

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