Under the magnificent photogenic Washington Square Arch, the heart of bohemian Greenwich Village, we head past the former homes of great writers, artists, poets, actors, and musicians. In the radical sixties, the Village was a mecca for political extremism, including the notorious Weatherman’s building which exploded. Movie sights abound, as hundreds of films are made here every year. Sex in the City owes much of its existence to the Village. We pass Mayor Jimmy Walker’s house, the home for the Cosby Show, and the apartment building where Friends was filmed. Touring Little Italy treats customers to a host of fine restaurants and historic moments in Italian-American history. The stories of Joey Gallo, John Gotti and his infamous Ravenite Social Club, Umberto’s Clam House, Lombardi’s Pizza and other attractions which make this ethnic enclave a legend.