New York Cliché: Rockefeller Christmas Tree

Rockefeller Center was a mad house last Sunday evening. The scene was more stressful than cheerful or romantic: police were everywhere and movement was cattle-like at best. There was a line to get to the best photo-op spot, so I snagged this picture from the side. I prefer Bryant Park for iceskating and it seems that others agree- the rink (you can just see it in the bottom left of the picture) was the least crowded area in the entire 4 block radius. If you want to brave the crowds, I would HIGHLY recommend going on a weekday. That said, this tree is easily the most iconic Christmas-time fixture in NYC.

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NYC lifestyle blog by Mary Lane. Events, adventures, epic mistakes, dating, life, humor. A 20-something trying to make it (and make out) in the city of dreams.

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