Driving in Downtown NYC
The City of New York, often called New York City or simply New York, is the most populous city in the United States. Set on a journey along downtown in New York. Listen to a great music and enjoy magnificent scenery. The cityscapes are breathtaking.
Many districts and landmarks in New York City are well known, and the city received a record 61 million tourists in 2016, hosting three of the world's ten most visited tourist attractions in 2013. Several sources have ranked New York the most photographed city in the world.
Most of all, enjoy yourself, and get ready to take a bite out of the Big Apple.
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Things to do in Toledo Ohio - 15 Best Fun Things to do
Things to do in Toledo Ohio - 15 Best Fun Things to do
The city of Toledo is the county seat of the United States of America’s Locus County. Founded in 1888 by the Native American citizens, the city of Toledo lies on the western end of Erie Lake near the Michigan State’s border. The city grew and flourished after the establishment of Erie and Miami canals. The lies on the railway line between the cities Chicago and New York. This is the seventy-1st largest city in the United States of America. The city is abundant with many glass manufacturers and eventually, the city was nicknamed as “The City of Glass.” The city has got an art community, business group, education system and sports teams. The city, for you, will prove an amazing attraction where you with your friends and family can enjoy a long weekend and vocation. By visiting the city of Toledo, the otherwise tiring vocations would turn into one your amazing memories. The article is aimed at enlightening you and help you explore some top things to do in Toledo Ohio.
List of 15 best Things to do in Toledo Ohio
1. Toledo Bars Downtown
2. Toledo Zoo
3. Imagination Centre
4. National Museum of Great Lakes
5. Tony Packo’s Cafe
6. Toledo Botanical Garden
7. Toledo Museum of Art
8. Wildwood Manor House
9. Toledo Flavours Food Tours
10. Registry Bistro
11. Revolution Grille
12. Nightlife Toledo Ohio
13. Real Seafood Company
14. Oak Openings Preserve
15. Maumee Bay Brew Pub
Toledo, Ohio is a city that is quite a famous city among tourists.
The city is an extension of the settlements around the two rivers.
This region has a history where people belong to various cultures lived and flourished here. Toledo of Ohio has always been a tourist for decades. The things to do in Toledo Ohio listed in this article help the readers explore this place well.
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Visiting Auntie's Bakery in Lemoore, CA (July 26, 2014)
In this video, it shows us visit Auntie Elsa's bakery in Lemoore, CA on Saturday, July 26, 2014. We were here since we were to do a photoshoot of my cousin Racquelle. We ate our lunch here, more like a brunch since the foods were breakfast foods, including longanisa, eggs and rice. It's not shown in the video but afterwards, we went to visit the NAS, or Naval Air Station Lemoore. This was really like our mini weekend vacation here, which was from July 25-27, 2014! The weather was quite hot here, with all the days reaching up over the 100-degree mark! Despite the heat, we still had a nice and fun time with the family :D
Summary of our entire trip from July 25-27, 2014:
**This was during our mini, random Hanford/Lemoore vacation outing with the family there. It was my sis, me, Richie, and cousins Steven and Jesse that went on this unexpected trip down to Hanford/Lemoore, CA. We had stayed at the Tachi Palace Hotel & Casino located in Lemoore, CA. We also visited Auntie's bakery in Lemoore. The weather was around triple digits during our stay...phew! We also explored around Hanford a bit and ate some awesome ice cream at the Superior Dairy! During our last evening, we finally did Racquelle's photoshoot...the main reason why we came on this trip. By Sunday, July 27, 2014, we left the hotel just after 9 a.m. and headed to Auntie Elsa's house in Hanford, CA to meet with them since we were attending church with them. Their church was the GTC, or Glad Tidings Church. We spent the remainder of our stay at Hanford at Uncle's house, just chilling and playing games and whatnot. We finally headed home just after 4:30 p.m. We had a nice time hanging out with our family in Hanford/Lemoore, despite the blazing heat!**
Kyoto Festival: Naked Dance at Hokai-ji (Hadaka Odori)
At Hokai-ji Temple in south-eastern Kyoto, a ritual called the Hadaka Odori takes place on the last night of the New Year’s services, January 14th. Held to pray for an abundant harvest, the happiness of the locals, and the fulfillment of wishes, the Hadaka Odori, or “Naked Dance”, has its roots in the Edo Period some two centuries ago. The Hadaka Odori is a very local festival attended by community members from childhood on. Before the ritual begins, women from the area serve up a tasty soup made from sake lees to keep people warm. The priests begin with a procession, blowing large conch shells as they proceed to the Yakushi Hall. Once inside they begin the sutra readings lead by the head priest. Two groups participate in the dance, a group of boys from the local elementary school and a group of older men. The men taking part in the dance douse themselves with cold water drawn from the well in order to purify their bodies. Once they have done so they run onto the Amidha Hall stage and begin to jump around, hands in the air clapping “chōrai, chōrai” as they jostle one another. The word “chōrai” is an expression of utmost devotion to the Buddhas and asks them to bless their health. The groups dance ten times, each time only for a minute or so with a minute break in between before they start to push and stomp again. Dancing in only a loincloth despite the cold January nights is said to show that you are serious in your intent and healthy in body and spirit. After the festival, the front flaps of the loincloths can be used as girdles for pregnant woman as a charm for an easy childbirth. Once the dancing has stopped the priests emerge from the Yakushi Hall and begin circling around it, blessing those who gather around by touching them on the head with kajibō sticks while chanting. After the last sutra reading is concluded, the priests file out, blowing their conch shells one last time before they bring the New Year’s festivities to an official end.
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