For all you shoppers out there, the mother of festivals is here. So, grab the car keys and shop till you drop with Christmas Carnivals Christmas Stores Events. For most of the western world, the events mark the onset of the holiday season. For the market analysts, this is the moment surplus production is attuned through careful dissemination coupled with some tailoring done to the price index.
Come to the world's largest store for a Christmas breakfast. Experience the magic of a Harrods Children's Father Christmas Breakfast. The breakfasts, on selected weekday and weekend mornings in November and December, are enthralling events for all the family with a troupe of entertainers on hand to provide the jollity. Every child who attends will enjoy a private audience with Father Christmas, a complimentary snap with the man himself, a yummy themed English breakfast, as well as a fabulous Harrods teddy (Alexander for 2006) as a memento of the day. Buy the tickets for a Christmas Parade. Father Christmas can't wait to meet the boys and girls who will come to visit him this year. His Grotto on 4 gets extremely busy so it's wise to visit him just after lunchtime on week days.
Winter is always spectacular in Manhattan, with the archetypal Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, at Fifth Avenue and 50th Street, overlooking the large ice-skating rink and restaurants, the Christmas décor and partying at St. Patrick's Cathedral, across Fifth Avenue, and the incredible, castle-in-the-sky window displays at Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord and Taylor, as well as all the festivities and Santa at Macy's, further downtown, in Herald Square.
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