Bucketlisting locations I see on TV or in the movies! Feel free to add to my list, Lemi friends! 👊🏼
Wine and cheese, Romeo and Juliet. Yes, the works. 💙
First time I caught glimpse of Montana was while watching Grey’s Anatomy where Jackson and April headed to the state for a medical case and meet Jackson’s estranged father. I instantly fell in love with Montana’s snow-capped mountains and said to myself, I wouldn’t mind freezing to death as long as Jackson marries me. 😂
79 Carriage House Ln, Philipsburg, MT 59858, USA
The quaint bakery in West Village where Carrie confessed to Miranda her crushing on Aidan. I cannot believe I am having butterflies in my stomach just typing A-I-D-A-N. 🥰 And of course, CUPCAKES! FYI: Magnolia Bakery’s 30-second fame earned her mega queues within weeks after airing of this episode.
West 11th Street, 401 Bleecker St, New York, NY 10014, USA
At this very sad fountain, Carrie decided to break Aidan’s heart (again). How dare you for the nth time, Carrie! We would’ve been so delighted if you just took your crazy and shopped across the street to let off steam! Because when you’re confused, you SHOP! Not break-up! 🙄
Columbus Circle, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
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Carrie’s love for books and literature gave her that eureka moment that this would be the place where she would marry Big at. And the very place where he would break her heart BIG time. Photo credit: predragkezic/pixabay
A little segue to one my favorite characters in Sex and The City, Miranda Hobbes. Jefferson Market Garden is where she stumbles upon while planning her wedding. And this is where, in a cool Autumn day, she marries the love of her life, Steve Brady. 😍
Greenwich Ave. at, W 10th St, New York, NY 10011, USA
Ah! Lower Manhattan. Where life happened for Carrie Bradshaw. This is the very street where Carrie kissed her dates, cried, bummed cigarettes, twirled for Big, broke up with Big—and a lot of other shitty and happy things. 💙💙💙
66 Perry St, New York, NY 10014, USA
The “City of Magic,” where the battles started for Yoo Jin-woo in Memories of the Alhambra, a Korean fantasy thriller that centers on a (super) handsome CEO and a hostel owner whose lives are caught between the mysteries of a reality game. 😜 (K-drama fan here! 🙋🏻♀️) P.S. This is one of the best acting stints I’ve seen yet of Hyun Bin. 😍
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