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On the Scene When Harry Met Seinfeld in NYC with On Location Tours
Taking off from just north of Times Square at McGee’s Pub, (psst! It's the inspiration for MacLaren’s on How I Met Your Mother!). Keep your eyes open, for a glimpse at the original “Soup Man,” from Seinfeld, Christopher Columbus statue in Columbus Circle as seen in Ghostbuster’s, When in Rome, Crocodile Dundee, and many other movies, check out Café Lalo, featured in You’ve Got Mail and When Harry Met Sally, see the most filmed building in the world, the Plaza Hotel. Appearing in movies such as, The Way We Were, Almost Famous, American Hustle, and Home Alone 2, the Pulitzer fountain, inspired the fountain the cast of Friends (and I) dance in during the opening credits and The Metropolitan Museum of Art's, “The Met Steps” are a must-sit as done by Blair on Gossip Girl and Albert (Kevin James) in the movie, Hitch (one of my personal faves!).
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