People ask me all the time, “what should I do in New York City during the holidays?” My answer is always to walk down 5th Avenue to see all the holiday windows and the Rockefeller Center tree. I’ve been doing this holiday tradition every year with my sister since we were in strollers. My parents always took us to the city to see the windows and the tree. We would take our obligatory photo in front of the tree and go out to dinner afterwards. Since we’re older now, my parents are over the crowded streets so my sister and I keep the tradition alive as adults. We start on 58th and 5th at Bergdorf Goodman and make stops at Tiffany’s, Henri Bendel’s, Saks and end at the Rockefeller tree. The best part is that it’s a free thing to do in the city. These were some of my favorite moments. I forgot to take photos of Bergdorf’s, Cartier, and Fendi so you’ll just have to see them for yourself!