Sunday, December 23, 2012
New York at Christmas is a great time, but trying, due to the crush of people that also want to experience the holiday atmosphere of the Rockefeller Center tree and skaters.
Visiting early in December is less crowded and likely more enjoyable. Also avoiding the touristy areas in Times Square around meal times will give you an opportunity to discover a new neighborhood and/or place to eat while saving wait times in restaurants.
Labels: New York City
Sunday, December 16, 2012
The mansion was built by Joseph D. Potts, a descendant of the iron magnate, John Potts in the late 1800's.
I found the design interesting for the house had two similar, if not identical, wings. I believe the mansion was shared by two families, one in each wing.
Currently, The Daughters of St. Mary of Providence manage this facility.
Labels: Chester County
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Inviting you into the venue is hundreds, many thousands of luminaries that guide your way through the grounds.
Delicious food and unique shops satisfy your appetite and shopping curiosity.
A huge HOT bonfire which is the center piece for the Belsnickel story and carolers.
A hayride, demos in wood/craft shop, a light maze add more fun and tradition to a night at Joanna.