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Apparently there is actually a tour in NYC where you explore locations where Gossip Girl was filmed... How am I just learning about this? I absolutely need to do this in the future  ☺️ #favoriteshow

The New York Palace Hotel is used as the home of the Chuck Bass, as well as the Van der Woodson family on Gossip Girl. Gossip Girl Spots - See Locations Featured on the Gossip Girl Sites Tour / Includes: New York Palace Hotel

Four Seasons New York 57th Street

45 free things to do in New York City

Where is America's first pizzeria?  Lombardi's, licensed by NYC in 1905. The restaurant offered the first New York style pizza and is still open today. Touristy, maybe but what a great story! (Lombardis, corner of  Spring and Mott Street)

Where is America& first pizzeria? Lombardi& licensed by NYC in The restaurant offered the first New York style pizza and is still open today. Touristy, maybe but what a great story! (Lombardis, corner of Spring and Mott Street)

NYC Girls Weekend -- What to do with 3 days in New York, if all you want to do is eat. But good for new bakeries

NYC Girls Weekend with Picky Palate!

Tenement Museum

150 Things Locals Do In New York City - I'm Not A Tourist, I Swear!

New York City has a shopping neighborhood for every taste and temperament, but for time-pressed shoppers looking to get the most out of the city’s offerings, these are the five areas not to miss—and the ones you can skip.

New York City's Best Shopping Neighborhoods (and the Ones You Can Skip)

New York City's Best Shopping Neighborhoods (and the Ones You Can Skip) - Condé Nast Traveler

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door with amazing arch NYC - Holly Golightly’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s Manhattan Brownstone, New York City

Spent many a day at the Bronx Zoo growing up in the bronx, still like to visit there.

Spent many a day at the Bronx Zoo growing up in Brooklyn, still love to visit there.I became a zookeeper because of this place, The Prospect Park Zoo, The Central Park Zoo, and The Catskill Game Farm!

William Shrout New York City 1945 A typical front stoop.

Typical street scene was inspiration behind “East Side, West Side.” New York, By William Shrout My Grandfather

Keepin' it interesting, as usual. Good job, via @PureWow

11 NYC Spots You Probably Don't Know Exist

Discover some blink-and-you?ll-miss-them, hidden spots around the city, from to a discreet cemetery behind a hotel to a bomb shelter under a bridge.

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