Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Rhode Island. The smallest state in the United States.
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Rhode Island. The smallest state in the United States. Rhode Island isn't the worst state but it does have it's problems like all states. This video is just some things to consider before you move to Rhode Island.
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Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area (Kentucky/Tennessee)
Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area preserves the Big South Fork of the Cumberland River and its tributaries in northeastern Tennessee and southeastern Kentucky. In addition, the former mining community of Blue Heron is preserved and interpreted via signage.
The Big South Fork region contains one of the highest concentrations of natural bridges in the eastern United States and the area is located in parts of Scott, Fentress, Pickett, and Morgan counties in Tennessee, and McCreary County in Kentucky. Charit Creek Lodge is a wilderness lodge, accessible by trail, located within the park.
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5 Of The Best Family-Friendly Resorts For Summer Vacation
Hi and welcome back to my channel! Today and I am going to sharing with you some great family friendly resorts that you should look into for your next vacation.
AULANI, A DISNEY RESORT & SPA: Where: Oahu, Hawaii
You can expect to see the familiar faces of Mickey and his pals roaming the halls of Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa. This 359-room resort goes the extra mile for the younger set, with inspired touches of Disney Imagineering throughout the property, like the Menehune Bridge water, the Shake-A-Shaka Pool Party dance-off, and a never-ending hunt to find the hidden mouse silhouettes. Family entertainment fills every night with activities like Starlit Hui, a variety show that features plenty of grass-skirt hula dancing and ukuleles. You can also watch the screenings of Disney movie classics under the stars.
DOLLYWOOD'S DREAMMORE RESORT: Where: Pigeon Forge, Tennessee
Graced with the country charm and hospitality of living legend Dolly Parton, Dollywood's DreamMore Resort offers easy access to one of the country’s best theme parks, Dollywood. However, the 307-room resort stands on its own as a family destination, featuring an excellent pool complex adorned with waterfalls, the daily Camp DW for ages 4 to 10 with nature-focused programming, and a nightly storytelling program for families in partnership with the International Storytelling Center. The value adds up quickly with a stay at the DreamMore, as all guests are granted a special TimeSaver Pass for decreasing wait times on select attractions in Dollywood, early access to the park on Saturday mornings, and free shuttles to and from the parks.
The Hotel Hershey: Where: Hershey, Pennsylvania
The front desk greeting, Do you prefer milk or dark chocolate? sets the tone for a sweet stay at the iconic Hotel Hershey, a highlight of any family vacation to Hershey, Pennsylvania. In a town dedicated to its founding father of chocolate, Milton Hershey, the hotel opened in 1933 and has since undergone multiple expansions and renovations to its 276 guest rooms and suites. Among the family-forward amenities offered at the resort, there’s great value in the hotel’s exclusive access to Hersheypark an hour before the gates open, foregoing long lines and allowing for multiple rides on park favorites. The resort’s Cocoa Clubhouse offers an immersive day of summer fun for kids 5 and up, with activities that include visits to the property’s butterfly house, swimming, and ice cream making.
Kingsmill Resort: Where: Williamsburg, Virginia
A resort built with families in mind, Kingsmill Resort sits just miles away from two of the county’s most popular theme parks (Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA) and the Historic Triangle of colonial Virginia—Jamestown, Colonial Williamsburg, and Yorktown. Location aside, the resort knows its guests well and offers a relaxing alternative from the hubbub of the parks with an expansive river pool complex that features a waterslide, sandy beach, and plenty of chaise lounges for soaking in the sun. If you’re looking for a little alone time to explore the resort’s sprawling 2,900 acres, the “Kidsmill” program welcomes kids age 5 to 12 for daylong programming that includes sports, water games, and activities on the marina beach.
Waldorf Astoria Orlando: Where: Orlando, Florida
A luxury standout among Orlando’s many hotels that serve as a landing pad after a day spent in the parks, Waldorf Astoria Orlando is a destination unto itself. Closer to Disney than some of the park’s own hotel properties, the Waldorf Astoria exudes a classic elegance despite being built only seven years ago. Designed with families in mind, the resort’s WA Kids Club hosts kids from ages 5 to 12 for daily activities in and around the pool, and an evening bonfire with s’mores. The resort excels at programming for the family, including lawn games, a Weird Science ice cream social, and culinary experiences for the family.
Shenandoah River State Park, Virginia
Shenandoah River State Park is located along 5 miles of the South Fork of the Shenandoah River, near Bentonville in Warren County, northern Virginia. The 1600 acre park features access to the river as well as awesome views of Massanutten Mountain to the west and Shenandoah National Park to the east. It's a great spot for hiking, kayaking or canoeing, fishing, camping, or just a family picnic.
I visited the park on a very blustery cold, January day. With some fresh powder snow on the ground, I stopped by the Visitor Center and made the short and easy hike up to Cullers Overlook, the main view in the park. Afterwards, I drove down to the picnic area to check out the river access. Thanks for watching!
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Visit Williamsburg - What to See, Do, Love & Hate about Colonial Williamsburg
What to see and do in Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia and the surrounding area. From fantastic interpreters to historic buildings to living history to amusement parks, Williamsburg has something for everyone. Here we have what to see, do, love and hate about Williamsburg.
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Best Places to Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in America
Everyone is a little bit Irish on St. Patrick's Day, but if you can't make it to the Emerald Isle for the holiday, you can celebrate in Savannah, New York City, Boston and more.
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Hamilton and the Battle of Yorktown | 10K Road Trip Vlog Day 32
We've been listening to Hamilton non-stop for this entire road trip, so we were beyond excited to get to Yorktown and see the battlefield in real life.
We highly recommend everything we did in this video. If you like Hamilton and/or like history, Yorktown is a great place to visit.
This video was actually shot over two days. We spent the first day at the American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. This museum has a special exhibit that focuses on the major characters from the Hamilton musical, including their back-stories and roles in the war. It was really interesting. The museum also does a great job explaining how the tensions between the Americans and British built up over time, and how and where the major conflicts and battles took place. If you want to understand how the Revolutionary War played out, this is a great place to visit. We spent about 3.5 hours there, which includes the living history area with the Continental Army outside plus all the exhibits and interactive displays inside.
On the next day, we visited the Battlefield at Yorktown, which also has a visitor center where you can explore a British warship and see an original tent used by George Washington, as well as other artifacts used during the Siege at Yorktown. The battlefield is massive, but you can follow the driving tour and read the signs to get a good understanding of what happened when and where.
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We bought a combined ticket to the museum, which also includes a visit to the historic Jamestown settlement (which we'll post the video about tomorrow).
The battlefield is a National Park and so the entrance fee (of $7) is included in the NPS Annual Pass that we have.
This is Day 32 of our 10,000 mile road trip across the US.
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We quit our jobs, left New York City, bought a car, and decided to spend the summer driving around the US. The plan is to hit at least 30 states and cover more than 10,000 miles. Watch from the beginning here:
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Equestrian Living, TN
Best of America by Horseback visits the Cumberland Plateau near Big South Fork Recreation Area in Jamestown, TN. Come along with our host, Tom Seay, as he enjoys the beautiful trails at East Fork Stables with riders and learns about equestrian living at The Highlands and White Oak.
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Tent Camping Destinations
How can you find good tent camping destinations in unfamiliar regions of the country? This video tells you where to look and what to look for. It offers many helpful suggestions for tent camping families.
Explore Wilderness Road: Virginia tourism and attractions
Rich American history lies in the landscape of Virginia. In 1775, Daniel Boone carved a route opening the westward frontier: Wilderness Road. Virginia plays host to this legendary trail- and the aptly named Wilderness Road State Park. Chief Ranger Interpreter Billy Heck has a passion for recreating American history, taking on the role of Captain Martin. Find your passion- in Virginia!