As we left Lord and Taylor, I glanced behind me to see the Chrysler Building.
Then we headed to Bryant Park. During the Holidays lovely gifts, many handmade, are sold at a European Style Market which surrounds the park. And of course, I bought a scarf. A lovely tree greeted us at the entrance of the park.
Ice skaters on the pond were out enjoying the warm day.
I can find just about anything to remind me of Paris, everywhere I go. Like these…
Or how about the carousel. Remind you of Montmartre perhaps?
Just look at the Frenchiness of this sign.
From Bryant Park, you can sneak a peak of the Empire State Building.
Rockefeller Center was our next stop. I usually like to spend time here watching the skaters, but since the crowds were about 20 people deep and the military was out in full force, complete with machine guns, we just took a few shots of the tree…and moved on. Isn’t she a beauty?
During our travels we came to another shop window. This one was of a hip-shakin’ Santa. Unfortunately you can’t appreciate this unless we took video. But you get the idea.
No trip (of mine) to the city would be complete without a trip to Little Italy. This was a wonderful sight as we came walking upon the area on foot.
I guess those little teases of Europe in NYC will have to hold me until me next trip across the pond.