During the Holiday Season (Oct-Dec), the live animals that appear in the Christmas Spectacular’s Nativity scene – including camels and donkeys – are taken outside and walked around the block (Rockefeller Center) daily at 7am. Even if you’re not an early riser, you may want to check this out. Be sure to bring along your camera so that you don’t miss any candid shots.
New York City is one of the most romantic cities in the world. If you’re looking for a memorable place to “pop the question,” consider Top of the Rock – during sunset or after dark, under the twinkling stars. The views from 70 stories above the city are absolutely breathtaking – it’s a great place to propose. Talking about romance, snuggle up to your honey on a romantic Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride thru’ Central Park. FYI, during the chilly winter months, blankets are available. Want to really splurge on something special? Enjoy a romantic Private Carriage Ride & Central Park Dinner at one of New York’s most dazzling dining restaurants.
See New York’s beautiful skyline from the water. Enjoy a fun 2-hr New York City Highlights Cruise down the Hudson, around Battery Park, up the East River, past South Street Seaport and under the Brooklyn Bridge. Special Offer: Book by December 31, 2009 and get 10% off.
New York City also offers FREE Year-Round Sightseeing Options, including: Exploring Central Park, walking across the Brooklyn Bridge, Touring Greenwich Village, riding the Staten Island Ferry, getting TV Show Tickets, people-watching in Rockefeller Center and Times Square… to name a few.
Happy Thanksgiving Weekend!
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