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GUAYAQUIL | Things to do | Travel Vlog
This was our first trip to South America and after a short stop in Bogota, we landed in Ecuador. The first city on our list was Guayaquil from which we moved on to Papallacta, Montanita, Quito, and others. Guayaquil is beautiful, has a lot of nature to explore, and a KOSHER RESTAURANT, which, if you're Jewish, means A LOT! :)
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Hi! Our names are Asher and Yafit and we're a young Jewish married couple from New York City on a mission to see the world! Follow along and watch as our list of countries grows - to date we've been to:
Bosnia and Herzegovina
... and obviously United States!
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Guanajuato Making Life Changes Guanajuato cost of living Part 2
Living In Guanajuato Making Life Changes Guanajuato cost of living Part 2
We are on our way to Guanajuato City and check out and seeing what Guanajuato things to do. If that’s the place we would like to move too. And guanajuato cost of living,
In this video we’re going to checking it out it’s a college town, it’s a colonial town.
Look at it through the eyes of actually living there. We’re are doing our due diligence and check it out and share our experience with you guys and let you see this beautiful part of Mexico this beautiful colonial town. We’re going to see if this is the place we want to move to or not.
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_Guanajuato is a city in central Mexico. It's known for its silver mining history and colonial architecture. Its network of narrow streets, alleyways and tunnels is typified by the Callejón del Beso (Alley of the Kiss), so named because the balconies are close enough for a couple to reach across and kiss. In a former granary, the Alhóndiga de Granaditas is an art and local history museum with pre-Columbian exhibits.
Janette Sadik-Khan: New York's streets? Not so mean any more
The work of a transport commissioner isn't just about stop signs and traffic signals, explains Janette Sadik-Khan, who was appointed to that role in New York City in 2007. In this funny and thought-provoking talk, she details the thinking behind successful initiatives to reshape street life in the 5 boroughs, including the addition of pedestrian zones in Times Square and the arrival of Citi Bikes. Watch for the special cameo at the end of the talk.
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YSF - South Dade Farms in Jeopardy (Full Segment)
Since becoming law in 1994, the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) has had mixed results. Meant to boost the economies of the United States, Canada and Mexico, some U.S. industries have thrived while others, like farming, have suffered. Her in South Florida, vegetable growers are struggling to make a profit – forced to compete with cheaper, Mexican imports that are flooding the U.S. market. As a result, south Dade, which once boasted 30 tomato farms now have four in operation.
As the renegotiation of NAFTA continues, we hear from worried Dade farmers in a profile produced by the Iowa Public Television (IPTV) series Market to Market. Plus, we speak with Miami-Dade County Commissioner Daniella Levine Cava and the Dade Farm Bureau’s Executive Director Jorge Abreu to learn more about the impact of NAFTA, and how consumers can help.
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Narrated Random Mediocre Drivelapse With Tangents: Touring part of San Francisco randomly by car
49-minute, 11.6-mile, 149-block narrated drive-lapse tour wandering randomly through parts of San Francisco, discussing history and other points of interest that we encounter along the way. No exciting accidents or anything like that, just me driving around literally randomly on a Thursday evening in August and blabbing about stuff -- sort of a drivelapse crossed with a (low key, somewhat cheesy perhaps?) travel or history documentary. With both new and archival material, occasionally going off on short tangents on various subjects. We do see a few bad drivers along the way (myself included at one point) and some jay-walkers of course.
Two cameras in the car, although mostly just using the main camera, which unfortunately I set a bunch of settings incorrectly on and didn’t mount very well, which leads to a few minor video “idiosyncrasies”, which is part of the reason for the “mediocre” in the title. Instrumented with dynamic maps, position, speed, clock time and playback speed.
By the way, this is the first 1440p (UHD) video I’ve uploaded to this channel. I’ll be interested to know if anyone actually watches it in 1440p.
All video shot and owned by me. Narration by me. Music licensed from StockMusicSite.com and AudioMicro.com. Some photographs were licensed from the San Francisco History Center of the San Francisco Public Library, some are in the public domain, and some were shot and owned by me. Google maps used in accordance with the Google terms of service for an online video.
This video was recorded on public streets and other places accessible to, and visible to, the general public. The appearance of, or mention of, any person, business, product or organization herein is not necessarily an endorsement or recommendation of or by that person, business, product or organization.
Registered, International Committee on Drivelapse Standards (ICDS), Certificate number 7-490876-805447.
Index / Table of contents:
00:00 Introduction, route map, devising the title
02:43 Starting out on 9th Street in South of Market (SoMa)
02:54 Typical SRO hotel
03:43 Bill Graham Auditorium
04:26 Turning on to Larkin Street
04:43 Phillip Burton Federal Building
05:41 The Tenderloin neighborhood
05:43 Cool bar name #1
06:05 Little Saigon neighborhood
06:10 My favorite place for Vietnamese Sandwiches
06:32 “The wall”, impromptu flea market
07:41 Tendernob neighborhood
07:43 A corner
08:35 California Street
08:37 Cool bar name #2
08:50 Some Cable Cars
09:20 Van Ness Avenue (US 101)
09:29 Freeway revolt of the 1950’s and 1960’s
10:30 Bad driver #1 (red light runner)
12:13 Aquatic Park, fireworks
14:05 Bay Street, Russian Hill neighborhood
14:26 Hyde Street
15:55 Going over top of the Broadway Street Tunnel
16:57 Cool bar name #3
17:11 California Street, Nob Hill
17:30 More Cable Cars
17:40 Mason Street
19:40 Market Street, Mid-Market neighborhood
19:57 Muni, 21-Hayes
20:15 Old bank building
20:58 U.N. Plaza
22:07 Leavenworth, Tenderloin neighborhood
22:24 Cop car zips by
22:34 Ellis Street
22:40 Another corner
23:31 Polk Street
23:48 Former Pierce-Arrow building
24:20 Police activity
24:35 Polk Gulch neighborhood
24:50 Look back at SantaCon on Polk
25:50 Clay Street, Nob Hill
27:05 Grant Avenue
27:26 Not stopping for food
27:47 Broadway, North Beach neighborhood (Little Italy)
28:16 Famous restaurant / movie location
28:48 Bad driver number #2 (bus)
29:23 Battery Street, Financial District
29:44 U.S. Customs House
30:04 Washington Street
30:28 Transamerica Pyramid
31:26 Chinatown again
31:31 Site of new Central Subway Chinatown station
32:12 Stockton Street
32:32 Stockton Street Tunnel
33:45 Sutter Street
34:15 Powell Street
34:24 Protest march of some sort
34:49 Post Street
35:16 Grant Avenue
35:51 Geary Boulevard
35:55 Site of new Central Subway Union Square station
36:12 Union Square
37:54 Entering The Tenderloin again
38:15 Bad driver #3 (me!)
38:55 Demolition / construction site and channel
40:06 Cathedral Hill neighborhood
41:43 Chinese Consulate
42:39 Japantown, Peace Pagoda (stupa)
43:34 Webster Street, Western Addition
44:00 Golden Gate Avenue
44:21 SF PUC building
45:17 Civic Center neighborhood
45:23 Franklin Street
45:25 Bad driver #4 (cone dragger)
46:59 Eddy Street
47:04 YouTube chides me that my videos aren’t exciting enough
47:28 Van Ness Avenue
47:39 Turk Street
47:53 Closing credits
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