Rockefeller Center in Spring


Rockefeller Center in the Spring is beautiful!  My second day in New York City started with a view of the One World Trade Center, followed by a walk through Little Italy and Chinatown and then a quick subway ride to Rockefeller Center.  I stopped a man in a business suit and asked him what there was to see in the area.  He told me about this area behind the Center with beautiful tulips and fountains.

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The building on the right is 50 Rockefeller Plaza

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This is where the Christmas Tree is every year.  An art exhibition called “Human Nature” is on display right now.  A fellow blogger, Francine was recently in New York and has a lot of great information about them here at her blog.

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Inside 50 Rockefeller Plaza the walls and ceiling have these beautiful paintings…

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Rockefeller Center is made up of 19 buildings that cover 22 acres between 48th and 51st Streets.  One of the shops is the Lego Store.  I loved this dragon hanging from the ceiling…

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You can choose between lots of colors…

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Upon leaving the area, I walked to St. Patrick’s Cathedral

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It was absolutely spectacular!

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We’re not finished with my second day in New York City.  Tomorrow we’ll see a small portion of Central Park!

29 thoughts on “Rockefeller Center in Spring

  1. Pingback: First Look at Central Park | Fabulous 50's

  2. Never seen those block sculptures before … you have really done an amazing job during your shot stay … and I hope I will be able to do the same. The lego is fantastic … what a thing, the Danish really cracked that one … Just love photo with the beautiful ceiling paintings. Thanks for all this.

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  3. I love how you beautifully photograph everything you see. Your photos tell a wonderful story. Thanks for the link to my blog. Looking forward to your next post.

    BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!

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