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09-04-2006, 01:32 PM
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Originally Posted by faneuil View Post

Glad I found this thread...

I'm coming to NYC for my first time ever the weekend before Christmas.

May sound like a silly question, but are things like the Empire State building Observatory open that time of year?

Any Christmas time suggestions that can't be missed?

Skating at Rockefeller Center's already on the list.

Go to Radio City Musical hall for their Christmas show. In fact that whole area in Rockefeller center is so Christmassy. And the Empire State Building is open every day. However, you don't want to go unless its sunny or a clear night because you won't see a damn thing if its cloudy or rainy.

I have been walking through NYC since I started working by Wall Street almost every day after work since the spring and take a different avenue north to 42nd st. New York is nice man, there is everything. Although after a while it doesnt seem so big. And by experience I've found that all the absolutely gorgeous women of this city are concentrated in SOHO between Spring and Houston on Broadway on Saturday afternoons. It's magnificent.

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