I guess the only thing you can move on this Christmas day is your finger. So no long words, just some pictures to scroll down of my favorite Christmas places in New York. This holiday gets some kind of a triple injection if you spend it in New York, glitter and lights everywhere. You don´t have to do it twice but once in a lifetime it´s truly an amazing experience.Times Square – looks like Christmas every time of the year.Best Western President Hotel just around the corner. If you don´t go down for dinner, they get your dinner up to you. Behind the aquarium is an Asian restaurant.Another nice spot to stay at: Dream Hotel, where the anual Victoria´s Secret aftershow party normaly takes place. With a beautiful bar overviewing New York.M&M´s Store at Times Square. Making history out of chocolate…Piere 17 and the Brooklyn Bridge. Don´t feed the birds and the girls.You will get a great view over Central Park from the Mandarin Oriental. Just book an afternoon tea there and get a seat at the window.Yoko Ono created this little garden in the Central Park in honor of John Lennon. They used to live in the appartment building in front.Sorry guys, you have to do this. It´s a nice boat ride and if you book your ticket in advance you can even climb up to the crown. And the immigration museum on Ellis Island (second stop) is incredible!New York Stock Exchange (but no Leo around)The rink at Rockefeller Center is the most popular one for ice skating. Normally it´s really crowded but there was a guy asking a girl to marry him and another guy (behind them) having something against this idea. Always drama on Christmas…MoMA New York with Andy´s soup and a guy giving a usual piano gig.No New York without Madison Square Garden. I loved watching the Magic Flute at the Metropolitan Opera on the 25th and the Nutcracker at the New York City Ballet on the 26th. There are some good restaurants across the street where you get a pre-show dinner like a pizza with a whole lobster on it (pics below).The Plaza Hotel where Kevin checked in when he was left “home alone”Bergdorf Goodman always with the most beautiful decorations.No need to comment this place…The Radio City Christmas Spectacular is beyond words. Even for a Grinch like me…East Village.SoHo and it´s famous Dean & DeLuca Gourmet Market.Best pastrami sandwich at Carnegie Deli.My favorite restaurant in New York so far: Buddakan.Go to China Town and get some glazed lobster and a fake Rolex!Strict rules at Rice to Riches in Little Italy.Finally found a red nose Santa on the 70th floor of the Top of the Rock Observation Deck.Can you spot the Statue of Liberty?On our last day in New York we first went to Guggenheim and then to The Metropolitan Museum of Art. See at the pictures below what happens when within a couple of hours a blizzard breaks in and every building has to be evacuated. When we came out of the museum, New York looked like a completely different city, all covered in white with no tube or taxi traffic. The airports were closed for 4 days. Even Tiffany & Co. was closed… We had to walk all the way through the Central Park to our hotel and were actually really happy to leave for Washington D.C. the next day.