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  1. Carrie says 12.15.16

    Another must in NYC with kids (your own or nieces/nephews) is to see Santa at Macy’s. He is amazing and will have you wanting to hop in his lap and your list to him too. It’s truly magical!

  2. Tracy Schwartz says 12.15.16

    What a great list!

    I love the windows and this year I really want to make it to Rolfs! Dyker heights is also on my list!

    Thanks for sharing, Grace!

  3. Dana says 12.15.16

    Ah, obsessed with this post! Love all of your bucket list ideas. I’m a born and raised New Yorker, and I haven’t done a lot of these things!

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  4. Natali says 12.15.16

    Dunkin donuts are so legendary!! Pity that I don’t live in US so can’t overdose on them as I’d like to this holiday season. 😀
    Btw, love your coat so much!

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  5. Emily Hines says 12.15.16

    I’m heading back to NYC for the first time in years the week after Christmas! So excited.

  6. Jenn Lake says 12.15.16

    What a fun list! That caramel coffee cake coffee looks SO good! ☕️

  7. joelle says 12.15.16

    I grew up in NYC (live in CA now!) and we alwayssss went to see the amazing lights in Dyker. You have to check it out – it’s incredible what the residents do to their house. I think it’s pretty funny though that there are live tours now; we all used to just drive over there and wander around the neighborhood on our own. Also, I’d add visiting Serendipity in the city for a frozen hot chocolate!

  8. carrie says 12.15.16

    Loved this NYC holiday list! So many fun things to do.

    Carrie
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  9. Devon Hembury says 12.15.16

    I’ve always wanted to visit New York during Christmas time- it’s just so magical! Might have to book a trip for next year 🙂
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  11. A Girl, A Style says 12.19.16

    Ok, I really need to come to New York at Christmas one of these years so that I can go to The Nutcracker, go skating at the Rockefeller Rink, and all these wonderful traditions. London really knows how to do Christmas, but there’s just something about New York at this time of year that makes everything feel like the set of a really cheesy Rom Com (in the best way).

    Have a wonderful pre-Christmas week!

    Briony xx

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