Snowskating at Standard Hotel, walking down the street at night and admiring the beautiful window display,… are the exciting activities you can enjoy during Christmas in New York. If you are looking for a place to spend the holiday in, New York City is the ideal destination on Christmas day. Let’s explore with All Know-How.
New York city – the most populous city in the US – is known to be the city that never sleeps. Whether it’s day or night, New York has always been outstanding and busy with a rushing, modern and developed lifestyle. Notably, during Christmas, this place becomes even more crowded.
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WALKING AT NIGHT AND ADMIRING THE WINDOW DISPLAY
New York city is very beautiful during Christmas partly because of the window display of the stores around the city. Walking downtown toward the crowded street of the city that never sleeps, you can visit Madison Boulevard to watch the luxury fashion accessories of Barney and Hermès. Next up, move to the Fifth boulevard and take some fancy pictures in front of the well-known Plaza Hotel. And you might not want to miss the Bergdorf’s Goodman shopping mall. After that, walk a bit further to Saks Fifth boulevard on Road 49, you can find the Tiffany’s Cartier and Harry Winston jewelry store. Finally, you can end your little walk at the Rockefeller Center to see the giant sparkling pine and admire the figure skating show.
EXPLORING THE FESTIVAL HOTEL LOBBIES
Every hotel lounge in New York at Christmas is always decorated in a very unique way. There’s no need to walk by blocks to blocks in the cold winter, you just have to move from bars to bars in different hotels to feel the fantastic atmosphere of the holiday. Some great names that you can account of are The Jefferson Hotel, The St.Regis’s King Cole Bar, The Plaza’s Palm Court, The Baccarat,…
BUYING FANCY ITEMS AT THE BANK OF AMERICA WINTER VILLAGE OF BRYANT PARK
During the whole holiday season, The Bank of America Winter Village at the Bryant Park is the excellent place for you to stop by and shop for unusual Christmas gifts like the soap from the Dead Sea or the beautiful handmade bathrobe,… The stores open from 11 AM to 8 PM (from Monday to Friday), 10 AM to 8 PM (Saturday and Sunday). They begin from October 28th to January 2nd. Not only open for shopping, but you can also hop in the snowfield for entirely free from 8 AM to 10 PM every night starting from October 28th to March 4th annually(if the weather is good).
SNOW-SKATING AT STANDARD HOTEL
If you like snow-skating in the city, there’s a small rink in front of the Standard Hotel in Meatpacking district that could suit you quite well. Many cute little services may warm your heart like penguins helping children or beginners and outdoor coffee shops with hot chocolate to warm you up after leaving the field.
TRYING THE GINGER PIE AND DELICIOUS APPLE WINE AT CAKE SHOPS
Coming to New York during Christmas, you must not pass away the William Poll cake shop. The special dish of the shop is the cream cake shaped like a wooden snowboarding house decorated with colorful candies and cute bars of porous cake. Besides that, if you want a light meal, the Two Little Red Hens will serve you some old school ginger pies, cupcakes and top class apple wine which surely satisfy any girls having a sweet tooth.
TAKING A SIP OF WARM WINE
Perhaps, there is no better chance than the year-end holidays to sit down and sip on a cup of warm drink beside the fireplace. If you are fancy with that idea, then let’s take a look at the 21 Club bar and try out the egg beer made from the special recipe of the bartenders. Though others bars are also special in their own way. The Miracle bar on the 9 streets has a unique drink called Santa-quilt, made of tequila reposado nib-use, Pedro Ximenez seaweed, birch’s Siro and bitters black walnuts.
FINDING PINE TREE DECORATION AT JOHN DERIAN
Decorating the pine tree is an indispensable and fun activity in the winter. To make your tree becomes the most unique with beautiful and fancy looking pretties, stop by the John Derian store in Lower East Side – the surrounding of New York City. You may be surprised by the cool items here like the hand-drawed glass mushrooms or other products on the jungle topic here.
CHECKING OUT THE SMALL SIZE NEW YORK CITY IN BOTANICAL GARDEN
You can visit this extraordinary exhibition from November 17th, 2018 to January 21st, 2019. This cute little model at the New York’s Botanical garden is the miniature version of the city itself. It shrinks all the most iconic symbols of New York city like streets made of sandstones, spectacular bridges, and the skyscrapers. They are all ingeniously made to create one of a kind version of one of the most famous cities in the world.