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Friday, January 23, 2015

On Skates, in Bryant Park

Bryant Park, nyc
Photo by myself in Bryant Park, around 42nd Street and Sixth Avenue in Midtown.

What better exercise than skating around, with the Empire State Building in the background?

The outdoor rink in Bryant Park is open free to the public 8am-10pm every day, until March 1st. All you need to bring are your skates and fancy footwork.

Yes, it is kind of cold here, but it's not so terrible. People walk around in hats and scarves and long underwear, while knowing that in the grand scheme of things, 'it is not so bad'. That is, we're not suffering through hail, piles of snow or bitter winds. It could be worse.

For the Bryant Park ice rink website, click here.

Related posts: And the Crowd Roared, in Bryant Park, Skating, Under the Empire State, and Skating In-Line, in Prospect Park.


RedPat said...

That seems like a great park! And a perfect place for skating. It sounds like your winter has been like ours although we are above freezing for a couple of days so off come the longjohns!

biebkriebels said...

Every city seems to have a skating rink nowadays. It must be big business.

kousuke said...

Someone has fallen down on the ice!