I would never imagine I’d be out here again with my three children and sister who flew into the city yesterday from Los Angeles,” Upper West Side resident Lauren Weinstein Kessler, 42, told The Post from her viewpoint at 76th Street and Central Park West.
Last year, the route was trimmed to a single block due to pandemic precautions, which also barred spectators from turning up to watch.
The holiday festival brought swarms of tourists and locals who lined up early Thursday to ensure they had a good spot to watch the performers, dancers and the 28 floats and 15 oversized balloons make their way through Manhattan.
“We love watching the dance performances.
“We finally have great weather on Thanksgiving.
In addition to the NBC broadcast, for the first time, viewers can also watch the fun via livestream on NBC’s streaming service, Peacock, beginning at 9 a.m.