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It shouldn't be any worse than usual - it might even be a bit light; Larchmont is a ways north of NYC proper, so I wouldn't expect significant NYE related backups there. One thing that you should be wary about however, is drunk drivers! There will probably be more of them on the road than usual that night, so be cautious and alert. (Similarly, there will ...
There are tours for the locations in New York City more specifically: OnLocation Tours Gray Line City Sites So pick your poison but this list is likely incomplete.
Someone's also put together a definitive list of all the locations they could find in the series, together on one map. It's amazingly detailed, and so anywhere on Manhattan that you happen to be, you're probably near a location. Another larger map is available as well, with captions. However rather than wander aimlessly trying to see each one, your best ...
In this case I'd do exactly what Google Maps advises, even though it may seem a bit odd. This route leaves I-84 well north of New Haven, CT, which is where I'd expect to see most of the traffic issues on this route at any time of day, let alone New Years' Eve, and bypasses it on Route 15 (Wilbur Cross Pkwy), rejoining I-95 well west of New Haven, and ...
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