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Christmas in New York

I’ve always wanted to spend my Christmas in magical New York City, so when I finally got some money, I decided to make my dream come true. I’ve made a list of things I wanted to do and put all of my destinations into Traveler. The app quickly calculated the best routes for me, and soon I set off on my adventure.

New York during Christmas time is one of the most beautiful things. If, of course, there is snow. Luckily for me, it snowed pretty hard the day before I arrived, so the whole city was breathtaking. Just as if someone pulled it out of one of those hallmark Christmas movies.

I started my journey at Bryant Park Winter Village. Entering the ice skating rink was free, so I’ve spent some of time on doing circles on ice. It was so much fun, and the atmosphere was amazing thanks to the Christmas lights all around me. I’ve had some good food at the bar near the rink, and later I went shopping at the Holiday Shops.

The next day I went to the Rockefeller Center in the Midtown Manhattan. That place was truly magical. It was literally a winter wonderland. Because I visited it in the evening, I’ve had the opportunity to hear one of the choirs. Skating on the ice skating rink with joyful sounds in the background and sparkling lights all around was an amazing experience. I even met some of my friends there, so we all had a dinner together in the heart of New York City.

Next morning I walked along Fifth Avenue. The window displays were amazing; it was a great way to feel the holiday spirit. My friends then persuaded me to book tickets to the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. We were all excited to see the famous Rockettes; the show turned out to be a lot of fun, and we were all happy to be there.

All in all, it was a successful trip, and everyone who loves Christmas should visit New York at least once during the holiday season. It’s an unforgettable experience. And with Traveler it is always easy to find your way, even when there is a lot of people around and Christmas lights blind you.

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