And A Few More Christmas – Holiday Photos From Some of Our Favorite Gay Cities!
Millions of people come to Rockafeller Center and New York City at Christmas!
The tree, usually a Norway spruce 75 to 90 feet (23 to 27 m) tall, has been put up every year since 1931.
The decorated Christmas tree remains lit at Rockefeller Center until the week after
New Year’s Day, when it is removed and recycled for a variety of uses.
In 2007, the tree went “green,” employing LED lights. After being taken down,
the tree was used to furnish lumber for Habitat for Humanity house construction.
Union Sqaure, San Francisco – above.
Macy’s Great Tree. Usually about 85 foot with thousands of lites!
Above – Further south in California, you have THE GROVE in Los Angeles
Shopping, dining, choreographed fountains – it’s magic in the Grove!
Then there is the Hollywood Christmas Parade during December, and Disneyland in Anaheim
is our course all done up for the holidays, complete with a nightly snowfall!
Below – West Hollywood. Perhaps the gayest city in the world?
It is said that more than 33% of it’s population identify with being LGBT!
That a lot of gays!
And at the epicenter is THE ABBEY -BEST GAY BAR IN THE WORLD,
as voted recently by TripOut Gay Travel Awards & Logo.
Best Gay Cities!