Filming Around Town 10/23/2013

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Here is today’s listing on filming taking place in New York City. If  you spot any signs around town for any movie, TV show and/or commercial ad, please comment below and share the information.

 

  • Inside Amy Schumer is filming at E 16th St and 3rd Ave in NYC.
  • People of New Jersey is filming at Depot Pl and Cedarhill Ave in Nyack.
  • Alpha House is filming at Kaufman Astoria Studios in Queens.
  • Law and Order: SVU is filming at 46th Ave and Vernon Blvd in Long Island City and 45th Rd and 21st St in Long Island City ( Late afternoon/evening shoot).
  • Believe is filming at Monroe Blvd and E Walnut in Long Beach.
  • Blue Bloods is filming at W 155th St and Frederick Douglass Blvd in NYC.
  • Beijing, NY is filming at Walker and Lafayette in NYC.
  • Orange Is The New Black is filming at Kaufman Astoria Studio in Astoria.
  • Nurse Jackie is also filming at Kaufman Astoria Studios, Astoria.
  • The Blacklist is filming at Chelsea Piers, NYC.
  • Elementary is filming at Boerum Pl and Joralemon Street, Brooklyn.
  • The Carrie Diaries is filming at 44th St and 3rd Ave in NYC.
  • Unforgettable is filming at Water St and Maiden Ln in NYC.
  • Run All Night is filming in the 1900 block of Grove St in Brooklyn. Signs posted at Fresh Pond Rd and Catalpa Ave in Queens, too.
  • The Knick is filming at Java and West St in Brooklyn.

 

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Filming Around Town 10/16/2013

Nurse Jackie

 

Here is today’s listing on filming taking place in New York City. If  you spot any signs around town for any movie, TV show and/or commercial ad, please comment below and share the information.

 

  • Hostages is filming at Harbor Island Park in Mamaroneck.
  • Law and Order: SVU is filming at Chelsea Piers in NYC.
  • Blue Bloods is filming in studio at Broadway Stages in Brooklyn.
  • Annie is filming at 250 Greenwich Street in NYC.
  • Louie is filming at Governor’s Comedy Club in Levittown.
  • Orange Is The New Black is filming at Kaufman Astoria Studio in Astoria.
  • Nurse Jackie is also filming at Kaufman Astoria.
  • The Blacklist is filming at the Chelsea Piers in NYC.
  • Elementary is filming at off of N Broadway, around Castle Heights Ave and  High St in Nyack and at 6th Ave and W Highland Ave in Nyack.
  • The Carrie Diaries is filming at Steiner Studios in Brooklyn.
  • Beijing, NY is filming at Madison and Market St in NYC.

 

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Filming Around Town 10/14/2013

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Here is today’s listing on filming taking place in New York City. If  you spot any signs around town for any movie, TV show and/or commercial ad, please comment below and share the information.

  • Unforgettable is filming at E 48th St and Lexington in NYC.
  • Hostages is filming at Broadway Stages in Brooklyn.
  • The Blacklist is filming at Concourse Village E and E 156th,  Bronx.
  • Elementary is filming at Silvercup Studios East in Long Island City. They are also filming at 21st St and 44th Dr in Long Island City.
  • Beijing, NY is filming at 3rd Ave and E 57th St, NYC.

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12-Day, 10-Night Tour of China and Hong Kong with Airfare, Hotels, and Some Meals from Chinatour.com

City-Hopping Tour of China’s Ancient and Modern Marvels

Beijing’s Forbidden City was completed in 1420 after about 15 years of construction carried out by more than a million workers. China’s emperors ruled from this palatial fortress, which was closed to the outside world for more than 500 years. Step behind the palace walls with this Getaway from China Travel, which includes nonstop, roundtrip flights on Air China from Los Angeles. New York City, or San Francisco as well as luxury hotel accommodations, transportation to all tour points, and some meals. You must purchase two vouchers to travel with a friend; a single supplemental surcharge of $600 will apply to those traveling alone. Click here for a full day-by-day itinerary.

Day 1: Travel from LAX, SFO, or JFK.

Days 2–4: After arriving at Beijing Airport, you’ll meet your tour guide and head to the Beijing Traders Upper East Hotel, where you can rest up after the marathon plane ride. Day 3 includes a full-day tour of China’s capital city, with stops at the Forbidden City, Tiananmen Square, and the Summer Palace, which was built along a lake in the 18th century. Its imperial grounds are filled with Qing-style pavilions, grand temples, and gardens. The next morning, you’ll hike along the Great Wall and later, drive by the Olympic National Stadium and National Aquatics Center, a marvel of ultramodern architecture and the stage on which swimmer Michael Phelps won eight gold medals for his performance in a 2008 Wheaties commercial.

Days 5–6: In the morning, your group will fly to Shanghai, where you’ll visit the Jade Buddha Temple and see magnificent Burmese Buddha statues carved from white jade. Then it’s off to the 2,500-year-old city of Suzhou, nicknamed the “Venice of the East” for its labyrinthine canals lined with stone sculpture gardens. On day 6, the group will tour a silk-spinning factory before taking a detour to the city of Hangzhou, along with a boat trip on West Lake—a serene waterscape dotted with islands that has had a lasting influence on Chinese landscaping. Customers will stay at the Renaissance Shanghai Putuo Hotel, named the 25th best hotel in Shanghai by TripAdvisor.

Days 7–9: A visit to the Green Tea Village and Six Harmony Pagoda concludes your stay in Hangzhou. That night, you and the group will drive to Shanghai, a flickering, frenetic mega-metropolis and a pillar of China’s staggering growth. As a group, you’ll tour bustling commercial districts such as the Bund and Nanjing Road, but you’ll also have some time to explore Shanghai on your own.

Days 10–11: On the morning of day 10, you’ll fly to Hong Kong, a densely populated region known for its expansive skyline. Spend the rest of the day exploring Hong Kong’s modern boulevards and towering skyscrapers on your own. After a stay at TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice 2012 Winner Langham Place Hong Kong, the following morning a half-day bus tour brings the group to the Floating Market and Victoria Peak, which rises to an altitude of 1,811 feet (552 m) and offers sweeping views of the central business district and Victoria Harbour.

Day 12: You’ll be escorted to the Hong Kong airport for your return flight to LAX, SFO, or JFK.

What You Get

12-day, 10-night tour of China and Hong Kong; purchase two Groupons to travel with a friend, or pay a $600 additional fee to travel solo.

  • $2,035 per person, departing from JFK on November 21, 2012
  • $1,935 per person, departing from LAX on November 28, 2012
  • $2,035 per person, departing from JFK on December 5, 2012
  • $1,935 per person, departing from SFO on December 6, 2012
  • $1,935 per person, departing from LAX on January 6, 2013
  • $2,035 per person, departing from JFK on January 17, 2013

Included in all options:

  • Roundtrip airfare on Air China
  • Luxury hotel accommodations
  • Ground and air transportation in China
  • English-speaking guides
  • Eight breakfast buffets; some lunches and dinners
  • Admittance fees to all sightseeing stops
  • Accident insurance
  • All airport taxes and fees

Book by: 8/31/12

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6- or 10-Night Tours of China Including Roundtrip Airfare from Chinatour.com. 10 Options Available.

Beijing’s Forbidden City was completed in 1420 after about 15 years of construction carried out by more than a million workers. China’s emperors ruled over their dynasty from this palatial fortress, which was closed to the outside world for more than 500 years. Step behind the palace walls with this Getaway deal from Chinatour.com. Choose from the following package tours of China:

  • An 8-day trip with a 6-day tour, departing New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) on January 21, 22, 23, or 24. Choose between the following options:
    • $1,299 per person to travel with a friend
    • $1,539 for one person
  • A 12-day trip with 10-day tour, departing Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on February 10, 12, 17, or 21. Choose between the following options:
    • $1,499 per person to travel with a friend
    • $1,889 for one person
  • A 12-day trip with a 10-day tour, departing LAX on January 22. Choose between the following options:
    • $1,599 per person to travel with a friend
    • $1,989 for one person
  • A 12-day trip with a 10-day tour, departing LAX on February 26. Choose between the following options:
    • $1,599 per person to travel with a friend
    • $1,989 for one person
  • A 12-day trip with a 10-day tour of China, departing LAX on March 7, 14, 21, or 28, or April 4, 11, 18, or 25. Choose between the following options:
    • $1,699 per person to travel with a friend
    • $2,089 for one person

The travel-with-a-friend options are valid only in conjunction with a second Groupon, allowing you to combine your Groupon with a friend’s for a two-person trip without putting the entire cost on a single credit card. Hotel stays are based on double occupancy, so single travelers should purchase the one-person option to get the full package.

Click here for a day-by-day itinerary of the 8-day JFK option.

Click here for a day-by-day itinerary of the 12-day LAX option.

Each Getaway deal includes roundtrip airfare from JFK on China Eastern or from LAX on Air China. Airport taxes and fees ($87 from JFK; $103 from LAX) are not included. All hotels are based on double occupancy. Each tour group is limited to 25 or 36 people.

English-speaking guides lead multicity tours of eastern China via packages that include meals, luxury hotel accommodation, and all transportation. Flights arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport, where local representatives whisk travelers to a palatial downtown hotel. After a restful night, the tour begins in earnest the next day with visits to some of Beijing’s most stirring sights, including Tiananmen Square and the Summer Palace. The second day in Beijing combines a trip to the Great Wall with stops at the Olympic National Stadium and National Aquatics Center—the “Bird’s Nest” and “Water Cube,” respectively—to explore China’s ultramodern architecture and recall the stage on which swimmer Michael Phelps was awarded eight gold medals for his performance in a 2008 Wheaties commercial.

After two full days in the capital, travelers on the 10-day itinerary will bid adieu to Beijing and hop a 90-minute plane to Xi’an, about 700 miles to the southwest. Highlights of this ancient city include the Terra Cotta Horses and Warriors Museum, which displays 8,000 life-size statues of Chinese warriors and horses, created more than 2,200 years ago to protect the Emperor Qin Shi Huang after he crossed the threshold from life into death.

The UNESCO World Heritage Site known as Lingering Garden blooms within the center of Suzhou, a 2,500-year-old city nicknamed the “Venice of the East” for its labyrinthine canals. Visitors happily lose themselves within the garden’s impossibly lush and impeccably manicured greenery, punctuated by eroded stone sculptures and Chinese pavilions. A short bus ride away in Hangzhou, a traditional boat awaits at West Lake to ferry travelers across a serene waterscape surrounded by the bustling city.

The expedition concludes in Shanghai, a metropolis of 23 million that sits at the forefront of China’s economic future. In addition to the Bund, Shanghai’s equivalent of Wall Street, sojourners can seek retail therapy on Nanjing Road, one of the world’s busiest shopping streets. Travel which takes place around January 23 will coincide with the Spring Festival, also known as Chinese New Year, allowing travelers to see China’s most festive traditional holiday.

What You Get

  • Roundtrip airfare
  • Luxury hotel accommodations
  • Ground and air transportation in China
  • English-speaking guides
  • Daily breakfasts, as well as several lunches and dinners
  • Admittance fees to all sightseeing stops
  • Up to $30,000 travel insurance per traveler

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Seven- or Nine-Day Tours of Beijing and Shanghai Including Airfare from SNA Tours. Six Options Available.

There’s nothing like a plane ride to sneak away, watch movies over a stranger’s shoulder, and find out what happens when you microwave Mentos at 35,000 feet above sea level. Experiment on air with this Getaway deal from SNA Tours. Choose from the following options:

  • For $999, travel with a friend (price per person) on a seven-day, five-night China Experience tour of Beijing.
  • Or, for $1,299, one person can travel on the China Experience tour of Beijing.
  • Or, for $1,998, two people can travel on the China Experience tour of Beijing.
  • For $1,399, travel with a friend (price per person) on a nine-day, seven-night Classic of China tour of Shanghai and Beijing.
  • Or, for $1,819, one person can travel on the Classic of China tour of Shanghai and Beijing.
  • Or, for $2,798, two people can travel on the Classic of China tour of Shanghai and Beijing.

The travel with a friend options are valid only in conjunction with a second Groupon, allowing you to combine your Groupon with a friend’s for a two-person trip without putting the entire cost on a single credit card. Hotel stays are based on double occupancy, so single travelers should purchase the one-person option to get the full package.

Each Groupon includes round-trip airfare from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, or Vancouver. Flights servicing Toronto, Calgary, or Edmonton can be added for an additional $200, and flights to other cities may be available for an additional fee. Airport taxes are not included at any location (about $380+).

The amiable, English-speaking guides of SNA lead sojourners on cleverly plotted escapades through the two largest cities of China during tour packages that include meals, lodging, and transportation. Flights for the seven-day, five-night China Experience tour arrive at Beijing Capital International Airport, where a kindly docent awaits to arrange transport to a palatial hotel such as the DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Beijing. Standard one- or two-bedroom hotel rooms act as cushy home bases after days spent exploring famous Beijing landmarks, such as the seemingly endless Great Wall of China, Tiananmen Square, and the Forbidden City. Sightseers partake in a traditional tea ceremony, visit a silk factory, and walk or crabwalk around the Lama Temple, one of the largest Tibetan Buddhist temples on Earth.

Flights for the nine-day Classic of China tour come in for landing at the Shanghai airport, where the SNA’s cheerful leader escorts travelers to the DoubleTree or Eiffelton Shanghai Hotel. A whirlwind tour of Shanghai ensues over the next two days, including a stop at the Oriental Pearl TV tower, the tallest freestanding structure in China and the 12th tallest in the world, and a cruise through ancient Zhujiajiao Water Town, also known as “the Venice of Shanghai,” with its water-filled streets. An evening flight to Beijing brings guests to their second set of lodgings, and sleepy heads hit the pillows to be refreshed for the adventures entailed above in the Beijing tour.

What You Get

  • All accommodations
  • Daily meals
  • Transportation
  • Round-trip airfare from Los Angeles, San Francisco, Seattle, or Vancouver. Other cities can be accommodated for an additional fee.
  • English-speaking guides

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