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The crhristmas in New York
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The crhristmas in New York

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  1. Luis Muñoz, David Quinatoa
  2. The christmas  Christmas is the best time for many New York. During this time, the city became the capital of the holidays. Your events and customs are known worldwide as the "Radio City Christmas Spectacular", the "Shopping Week" with shops spectacularly decorated, the lighting of the giant tree at Rockefeller Center or the New Year in Times Square.
  3. Tradition in New York  Manhattan begins the Christmas period before the rest of the districts of the city. Although Christmas officially begins with the lighting of the tree at Rockefeller Center, the Christmas decorations in the stores are ready for Thanksgiving Day. After that day, the traditional start of Christmas shopping with the famous "Shopping Week". New York is filled with mostly national tourists, which is why the prices of the hotels raise their prices. After the "Shopping Week" Hotels not only recover their prices, but the shops and malls prepare their offers and discounts.
  4. The tree at Rockefeller Center  The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree is a large Christmas tree placed annually in Rockefeller Center in midtown Manhattan in New York City. Many Rockefeller trees were given to Rockefeller Center by donors. The late David Murat, Manager of the Gardens Division of Rockefeller Center, scouted in a helicopter for the desired tree in areas including Connecticut, Vermont, Ohio, upstate New York, New Jersey, and even Ottawa, Canada. Once a suitable tree is located, a crane supports it while it is cut, and moves it to a custom telescoping trailer that can transport trees up to 38 m tall, although the width of New York City streets passing through Rockefeller Center limits the height of the trees to 110 feet 34 m.

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