After a half-century plus for me, I'm one of those that's had opportunities to do 'lots' of things, it's just that four letter word W O R K got in the way for over 35 years.
However, a question. Your first items "New York". I'll presume you're specifically mentioning "The City"? An interesting place; my wife has family that lives on Long Island, so I've been there twice, but only for the day. A person definitely would need to dedicate a few days' to do it properly.
Work did allow me the opportunity that I would have never had to go to Japan for two weeks. Tokyo was amazing!
I *did* check off an item on my (short) bucket list earlier this year! Riding a motorcycle (even if it was for 15 minutes...) in every state in the lower 48.
My blog documented a lot of the pre-ride setup, and the ride after it happened. Since it was a 'bucket list' item, I did a bit of research about that term. Per the Wikipedia entry of that term, a person will have twenty items on their list to be completed throughout life.
You've obviously completed *some* items in those prior four plus decades, besides those you listed. What were they?