Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Christmas in the City - New York, 2010

One of the advantages of digital cameras from film is the ability to take lots of pictures without thinking of the cost of the film and developing. The drawback is, because of the sheer amount of pictures that gets accumulated through the years, you sometimes forget to process some of them. :)

This is an example of a forgotten trip that we made last year to visit the Big Tree in Rockefeller Center.

It was SUPER cold when we went to the city and it always gets me when you look at the sunny pictures and thinking why are all the people covered up.

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Max's Restaurant in New Jersey is the nearest one in NY and we try to drop by everytime we go to the city. I've never been a big Max's fan back in the Philippines but since coming here, I just can't get enough! It's just funny to see how small the whole chicken is compared to what you can get in the grocery (The chicken here in the US is HUGE! About double the size).

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lobby of the Empire State Building.

The flagship store of Macy's in NYC is extra busy during the christmas season.

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Lots of mirrors in the boy's bathroom... wonder what it's for?

Times Square

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Always nice to have someone to cuddle in a cold (freezing) winter night! :)
Ended the day with a trip to the M&M store. 

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You could mix different sizes and flavors of M&M and pay by weight.


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