Milwaukee - Wisconsin - United States of America
See the best accommodation Milwaukee is the largest city in the State of Wisconsin, the 31st most populous city in the United States, and 39th most populous region in the United States. It is the county seat of Milwaukee County and is located on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan. According to 2010 census data, the City of Milwaukee has a population of 594,833. Milwaukee is the main cultural and economic center of the Milwaukee–Racine–Waukesha Metropolitan Area with a population of 2,040,498 as of an official 2013 estimate. This ranks the region as the 29th most populous Combined Statistical Area of the United States.
5 Things American Tourists Shouldn't Wear in Europe
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Heading to Europe & Not Sure What to Pack? Here are a few things that my fellow US travelers may want to avoid packing if they are traveling to Europe.
1. Baseball Caps: Europeans in general do not wear baseball caps, especially backwards. You would be better served to wear a more traditional hat. You will see an occasional NY Yankee hat, but why not buy the fancy hat you always wanted instead?
2. Athletic Wear: Europeans tend to wear athletic wear to do sports, not to wear around town. There is a trend of more athleisurewear in Europe, but it is not to the extent that there is in US.
3. Khakis: the omnipresent US male pant choice is not something you will see too often in Europe. Go for colored pants or jeans. If you want khaki like pants wear Chinos instead of Dockers. The pants you will see are a thinner cut or skinnier fit than in the US.
4. Oversized US University Sweatshirts.
5. Sport Shoes or High Heals: US sport shoes and white socks are not quite as popular in Europe as they are in the US. You may be better off with Urban Street shoes like Vans instead. Also, women should be careful with high heels as with all the cobblestone it is easy to hurt your ankles.
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See the best accommodation Belgium, officially the Kingdom of Belgium, is a sovereign state in Western Europe. It is a founding member of the European Union and hosts several of the EU's official seats and as well as the headquarters of many major international organizations such as NATO. Belgium covers an area of 30,528 square kilometres and has a population of about 11 million people.
Top 10 Largest Music Festivals In The World
10. Ultra: Ultra is the biggest electronic music festival in the United States. It takes place every year in Miami, Florida. Since 1999, Ultra has grown from a small underground weekend festival to an annual gathering of hundreds of thousands of people. Last year, the festival was attended by 330,000 concert goers.
9. Tomorrowland: Tomorrowland began in 2005 and has since become one of the most recognized music festivals in the world. The festival has won the International Dance Music Award for “Best Electronic Music Event” every year since 2012. It is organized by the Dutch entertainment company ID&T and takes place in Belgium. Last year the concert saw 360,000 fans flock through its gates.
8. Electric Daisy Carnival: The Electric Daisy Carnival was held in Puerto Rico, Mexico and New York City. This year they are adding Las Vegas, Nevada to this list of locations. The event was started by Insomniac Event in 1997 and hosted just over 375,000 fans last year.
7. New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival: The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival is the oldest music festival to make the list. This particular festival has become one of the city of New Orleans’ all-time biggest tourist attractions. Not only does it attract hundreds of thousands of people, but it also brings in about $300,000 in revenue for the city annually.
6. Essence: Essence is an indoor festival that takes place inside of the
Superdome. Since its first year, it has earned itself the nickname “A Party With A Purpose.” Last year’s party was attended by over 550,000 people. It is an annual celebration of African American music, art, and culture.
5. Coachella: Coachella has been held every year since 1999 in Indio, california. Last year, over 675,000 people attended the event. After starting as a small festival of only a couple thousand people, Coachella is now the world’s most profitable music festival, grossing $78.3 million in 2014 alone.
4. Rock In Rio: First held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil in 1985, Rock in Rio became one of the largest music festivals of its kind in the world. Aside from its Brazilian location, it is held in three other cities; Madrid, Spain; Lisbon, Portugal and, for the first time this year, Las Vegas, Nevada.
3. Summerfest: It is the largest music festival held in the Western Hemisphere. Summerfest takes place in Milwaukee, Wisconsin in Henry Maier Festival Park. Since being created in 1968, Summerfest has grown into a very big deal. It is referred to by bands as “The Big Gig”. The week-long event features over 700 artists ranging in popularity from some of the biggest names in the music industry to small local bands who have just begun putting out material.
2. Mawazine: In 2014, 2.6 million people went to this festival which takes place each year in Rabat, Morocco. Mawazine is a celebration of Moroccan culture and arts started by Mounis Majidi, the personal secretary to King Mohammad IV. Majidi is also the founder of the group “Moroc Culture” which organized various cultural events in the country.
1. Donauinselfest: Donauinselfest is the largest music festival in the world. Period. It takes place in Vienna, Austria and its name translates to the “Danube River Festival”. The music festival actually takes place on an island in the middle of the Danube River. Ferries must be taken in order to get to the gates. Last year 3.1 million people traveled to the island to hear a number of international and local musicians perform. Donauinselfest was headlined by Macy Gray in 2014.
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TOP 10 DON’TS WHEN CROSSING THE US AND CANADA BORDER
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TOP 10 DON’TS WHEN CROSSING THE US AND CANADA BORDER
1. SHUT UP! PART 1.DON’T TRY TO BE FUNNY.
Border guards are not your friends, and it’s highly unlikely that they moonlight as talent scouts for comedy clubs. This is the wrong moment to make a buddy or tell jokes. Stay respectful and succinct and save the complaints for the drive away from the checkpoint.
2. SHUT UP! PART 2. DON’T DISCLOSE MORE THAN YOU’RE ASKED.
Answer all of the guard’s questions, but avoid getting chatty about your plans if you don’t have to. Thinking of catching up on some work on your laptop a little during your vacation, for example? Don’t mention that. There is no such thing as an American working holiday visa, although there are plenty of options for working holidays in Canada, or for Canadians travelling to other parts of the world. If you’re going to the U.S, however, best to say that your laptop is just for fantasy sports and YouTube. Planning a trip to propose to your girlfriend? Congratulations. But...
3. EVEN YOUR SEX LIFE MATTERS.DON’T MENTION THAT YOU’RE PLANNING TO MARRY A CITIZEN OR RESIDENT OF ANOTHER COUNTRY WHEN YOU’RE ENTERING IT.
Even if you’re in the middle of the appropriate application process, talking about your romantic attachments will not warm the hearts of the border guards and it will get you flagged as a potential risk for illegal immigration. This goes for crossing the US and Canadian border in either direction. Say that you’re visiting “a friend” and save the flaunting of your ring for the day when you’re married or your citizenship and residency information is fully settled.
4. DEVELOP A “CREATIVE VOCABULARY.”DON’T BE IN A RUSH TO EXPLAIN EVERY DETAIL ABOUT THE GOODS YOU’RE BRINGING WITH YOU, BUT KNOW THE RISKS OF INCOMPLETE DISCLOSURE
It can be mighty tempting to try to bring a few extra items back from your trip without declaring them. You can push the limits of the personal exemption (see above for the exact amounts), or you can declare the extras and pay the duties. If you’re pushing it, try to describe dollar values using words like “approximately,” “about,” or “around” if you’re just above the personal exemption limits. Remove the tags, and ditch the shopping bags and receipts. If you are searched and the agents find something that you haven’t declared, it’s most likely that you’ll be delayed and that you’ll have to pay the duty. Hey, people forget the things they buy all the time, right? Mistakes can happen. If you push it too far, however, and you get caught making a false declaration crossing to Canada, you might also have your goods seized or you might have to pay a penalty that’s an extra 25-80% of the goods’ value. The worst case scenario is that you’ll lose the goods permanently and have your vehicle impounded. You’ll also almost certainly find yourself subject to more intense scrutiny at future crossings. Getting caught with small amounts over the limit shouldn’t have lasting repercussions, unless you’re busted repeatedly. Now you know the risks. Govern yourself accordingly. Bonus tip: Never try to conceal anything you just bought at the duty-free shop. They take your name and license plate number and their database is coordinated with the border guards on each side, so lying in this case makes for a guaranteed delay. Don’t do it.
5. A CRIMINAL MIND, IT’S ALL I’VE EVER KNOWN.DON’T LIE ABOUT YOUR CRIMINAL PAST.
If you have run into legal trouble, check to see if it’s serious enough to prevent you from travelling. Each country has its own regulations on this, and most countries reserve the right to deny anyone the right to entry for any reason. If you are denied entry crossing from Canada to US, consider applying for a US Entry Waiver. If you are worried you can’t enter Canada from the US, consider getting a temporary resident permit. The process rules and process for both the US Entry Waiver and the TRP can be complicated and difficult, so you can always seek help.
Portland - Oregon - United States
Visit to the Strawberry Festival in Cedarburg, WI
Judy and Gilbert & Anne and Roy & Jeff and John visit the Cedarburg, Wisconsin Strawberry Festival in 2012.
Dallas - Texas - United States
Dallas is a major city in Texas and is one of the two urban centers of the fourth most populous metropolitan area in the United States, along with Fort Worth. The city proper ranks ninth in the U.S. and third in Texas after Houston and San Antonio. The city's prominence arose from its historical importance as a center for the oil and cotton industries, and its position along numerous railroad lines. The bulk of the city is in Dallas County, of which it is the county seat. However, sections of the city are located in Collin, Denton, Kaufman, and Rockwall counties. According to the 2010 United States Census, the city had a population of 1,197,816. The United States Census Bureau's estimate for the city's population increased to 1,257,676 as of 2013.
MillerCoors, LLC Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Brewery Size: Mega Brewery
Beer Styles: Belgian Ales, English, Irish & Scottish Ales, Lagers, Wheats
Year Established: 1873
Brewery Size: Mega Brewery
Beer Styles: Belgian AlesEnglish, Irish & Scottish AlesLagersWheats
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Driving Downtown - Bethesda 4K - Maryland USA
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Bethesda is a census-designated place just northwest of the United States capital of Washington, D.C. Bethesda is one of the most affluent and highly educated communities in the United States. In 2014 it placed first in Forbes list of America's most educated small towns and first on Time's list of top earning towns.
Bethesda is a very wealthy and well-educated area. According to the 2000 Census, Bethesda was the best-educated city in the United States of America with a population of 50,000 or more. 79% of residents 25 or older have bachelor's degrees and 49% have graduate or professional degrees. According to a 2007 estimate, the median income for a household in the CDP was $117,723, and the median income for a family was $168,385. The average price of a four bedroom, two bath home in Bethesda in 2010 was $806,817 (which ranks it as the twentieth most expensive community in America).
Notable companies based in Bethesda include:
U.S. Headquarters of AREVA Inc.
Cambridge Information Group
Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic
Coventry Health Care
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation
Digital Management, Inc.
Host Hotels & Resorts
International Neuroethics Society
Iridium Satellite LLC
United States Enrichment Corporation
Youth For Understanding USA
Wellness Corporate Solutions
Trace Armstrong, former NFL player.
Red Auerbach, former NBA coach.
Deane Beman, PGA Tour Commissioner and professional golfer.
Ezra Taft Benson, the Secretary of Agriculture under President Eisenhower, and former president of the Mormon Church.
Wolf Blitzer, journalist.
James Brown, sportscaster.
Preston Burpo, former MLS player.
Patrick Byrne, entrepreneur.
Andrea Carroll, soprano
Michael Cerveris, actor.
Connie Chung, television journalist.
Colin Cloherty, NFL player.
Steve Coll, journalist and author.
Candy Crowley, journalist.
David Dobkin, director, screenwriter, and producer.
William Eacho, former U.S. ambassador to Austria.
Gregg Easterbrook, sports columnist.
Jo Ann Emerson, former U.S. Representative, Missouri.
Marc Flanagan, Emmy winning television writer/producer [IMdb]
Kenneth Feinberg, attorney.
John Feinstein, author.
Neal Fredericks, cinematographer.
Thomas Friedman, author.
Merrick Garland, chief judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.
Howard Gutman, former U.S. ambassador to Belgium.
Mark Halperin, journalist and author.
Steve Handelsman, journalist.
Laura Hillenbrand, author.
Antawn Jamison, basketball player.
Spike Jonze, director, producer, screenwriter, and actor.
Larry Kaufman, chess Grandmaster.
Greg Koch, former NFL player.
Ferenc Körmendi, Hungarian novelist and broadcaster
Tim Kurkjian, ESPN analyst.
Katie Ledecky, swimmer.
Nils Lofgren, musician.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus, actress, comedian and producer.
Justin Maxwell, MLB player.
Allison Macfarlane, chair of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission.
Alice McDermott, author.
Martin O'Malley, politician, former governor of Maryland, former Democratic presidential candidate.
Periphery, progressive metal band.
Maury Povich, television host.
Mark Pryor, former U.S. Senator, Arkansas.
Giuliana Rancic, celebrity news personality.
Patricia Richardson, actress, Home Improvement.
James Risen, journalist.
Alexandra Robbins, author.
Cokie Roberts, journalist and author.
Richard Schiff, actor.
Dan Shanoff, sports columnist.
David Simon, author, journalist, and television producer.
Gordon Smith, former U.S. Senator, Oregon.
Daniel Stern, actor.
Jacob Tamarkin, mathematician.
Jeff Tremaine, director, screenwriter, and producer.
Mike Tyson, boxer.
Michael Wilbon, journalist, sportscaster.
Gedion Zelalem, professional footballer (soccer).