Let’s begin by picking out some central areas for our shopping bonanza.
First, head for Broadway and 52nd area, there you will find a cornucopia of shops and retail outlets to explore. The important part to remember is, along the way, stop for a hot chocolate, go window shopping, and try to discover as much as you can. After this, head to 75th street where you can find Barney’s co-op, a great place especially for the family. On the way there you will pass a place called Fairway Market. You can stop in and pick up all of the delectable items you will ever need. Everything is from organic to organic, farmer’s market fresh. We selected these small places because of the off-the-road extravaganza, but we did not want you to miss the highlights so we are taking you back to the meaning of it all, big and beautiful.
Stop by the Tree in Rockefeller Center. Not only are there tons of people and a chance to get yourself on national television but great concerts, events, and other super-duper stuff. Also, give the skating rink at the Rockefeller a chance, the atmosphere is awesome and it feels like your dancing underneath the stars. Radio City Music is a classic for those interested in the delectable sights and sounds of New York like no other city can produce. Finally, stay around for the festivities of New Year’s Eve. What a blast…The world stops to watch the ball drop.