Ice Skating in the Park

Ice Skating in Central Park, NYC ice skating, NYC Winter activities, Covering the Bases, Krista Robertson, Winter Fashion, NYC Winter Wear, Wollerman Rink NYC

I'm just going to come out and say it: I secretly love ice skating. I'm sooooo bad at it but I seriously love doing it. I'll do it multiple times a year and fall every single time but I just love it anyway.


NYC Ice Skating
On Krista: J. Crew: Plaid Quilted Vest / J. Crew: Red Cable Knit Sweater / AG: Skinny Jeans / Kate Spade: Red Coat (old; similar here) / Nordstrom: Pearl Earrings 

On Kim: J. Crew: Quilted Vest Free People: Knit Sweater (similar) / AG: Skinny Jeans / Anthropologie: White Coat (old; similar here)

You may remember alllll the way back to last year when I went ice skating in Central Park for the first time. Andrew and I did have the best time (as I was latched to his arm every lap). I also think we went ice skating a couple of weeks before in Meatpacking. So we had some practice but really not much.

This year while my sister was in town I really wanted to take her to the Bryant Park skating rink. One - because I'd never been there and two - because it's a really fun place to be for the holidays. We decided on Central Park instead though because we were closer and it is much much bigger. 

There were a lot of people but since the rink is so big it wasn't really a problem. It is really expensive though so beware! You pay to skate, for the locker AND for the skates. I think it was like almost $100 for the three of us. And they only accept cash!

When I went skating in Bryant Park last weekend with Lucy and Tyler, I found it was much cheaper. You only had to pay for skates and you also get a discount if you have a BofA card! I also thought the ice was easier to skate on but it was more crowded. So the choice is yours!

There are rinks all over the city and what I especially love is that they are around even after Christmas! So be sure to stop by if you're in the city!


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