First time I have been in the City for the Easter Parade. Loved it, so many people, children, animals all decked out in hats and costumes. Everyone was having a great time.
I wasn't really sure what to expect from this FREE event. There were literally thousands of people on 5th Avenue (closed to traffic) showing their Easter Bonnets. Some professionally made, others very much handmade. All were willing to be involved in photographs and there atmosphere was full of fun. DEFINITELY recommend this if you are in New York over the... 更多
We attended Easter Service at St.Patricks Cathedral and afterwards thoroughly enjoyed the "Easter Parade" on fifth avenue. This should be a must on any visitors list.
Our 2nd year in a row to be part of the Easter Parade.Very enjoyable-took lot's of photos and our photo was taken as well. Great Interacting with Great People-fun to see all the creative Bonnets!
I live in New York and went to the Easter "Parade" for the first time today. They block off 49th to 59th St (St. Patrick's Cathedral to Central Park). There are maybe 100 people out of the thousands milling about on the street who wear great hats and some are in full costumes. Some had nothing to do with Easter... 更多
"In your Easter Bonnet, with all the frills upon it, you'll be the fairest person in the Easter Parade. On the avenue, Fifth Avenue, the photographers, will snap us..." Is there much in Manhattan that can be memorable AND FREE? Probably not too much, though our great parks and bridges come to mind. HOWEVER, that being said, there is a... 更多
This is my first official outing in New York! And I didn’t expect is Easter here. In my place Hong Kong, Easter Holiday is just a Holiday for me, nothing special actually, but here is just so different. I guess, maybe it is because of western culture. They got the parade in New York city in 5th Ave. I was... 更多