Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Ice Skating in Central Park

On my absolute to-do list of outdoor activities before I left was ice skating in New York. The most popular places to do this are at Rockefeller Place or Central Park, and the latter is where Marc and I ventured to today. On the upper west side of the park is the Lasker skating rink where you can skate til your heart is content for $6 between 10am and 3pm. We picked a good time to go...not only was it empty, but towards late morning the sun is quite intense at that side of the park; pull some sweet moves and your cool cred won't be the only thing burning up. Apparently Marc is actually a figure skater in a past life, but I'm not boosting any egos more than they need to be.

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