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0 thoughts on “Things to do in New York: See the city from the top of the Rockefeller Center”

  1. Stunning views Annie. We never went up the Rockefeller Center – the queues were too long so we abandoned ship. At least now I know what I was missing out on. It would be really cool if that outdoor viewing platform had a clear floor don’t you think? Or is that just my inner dare devil talking?

  2. That would totally freak me out and excite me in equal measures!
    We were lucky in that the schools had gone back when we visited and it was a weekday. We didn’t queue at all luckily 🙂

  3. Oh my, great photos, I’ve always wanted to go to New York! Ohh how good is that camera. I love how you process and edit photos Annie, they really do represent you…

  4. I am in love with the pictures that camera takes, incredible! Many moons ago, in pre-mobile phone days, I remember phoning my Dad from the top of that building, to say hello (from a payphone!). It was still night there and he wasn’t impressed! 😀

  5. Visiting the Rockefeller Center is on my must do list, especially at Christmas – I want to stand at the bottom of their Christmas tree in awe of it all

  6. I absolutely loved seeing your New York photos on instagram and these don’t disappoint either. You are one talented lady. I have been to New York twice and absolutely love it. Would love to go with my girls one day and see what it is like for families with young children. x

  7. I’ve never had an interest in New York or the United States at all. I think I’m more of a Europe girl, but I have loved your photos so much that I really want to go now. It looks amazing and so so vibrant and full of life.

  8. This was my favourite thing to do when we were last there. Every time I see Central Park, I’m like WTF?! It defies belief. A park that immense in the middle of a city? It’s almost like a mirage. We had a bit of a strange experience when we were there as we think they mistook Paul for somebody famous because they whisked us out of the queue in to a private lift and gave us a special tour separate from all of the other visitors. They kept calling him Sir and being quite deferential. We didn’t dare ask who they thought he was but we couldn’t stop laughing.

  9. I so want to go to New York and this looks like an amazing place to see a lot of the skyline. Oh and all the amazing looking food. Ahh…maybe next year 🙂

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