Best Places to Visit in Pennsylvania
Best Places to Visit in Pennsylvania
Nicknamed the Quaker State and the Keystone State, Pennsylvania is a state bordered by New Jersey, New York, Ohio, West Virginia, Maryland and Delaware. Pennsylvania is large and diverse, and within its borders you’ll find big cities, rolling agricultural land, traditional Amish settlements and even beaches on one of the Great Lakes. All too often, trips to Pennsylvania revolve around Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. While these great cities are definitely great places to visit in Pennsylvania, don’t forget to add in a few more of the many noteworthy destinations.
4.Ricketts Glen State Park
5.Delaware Water Gap
6.Ohiopyle State Park
7.Hickory Run State Park
9.Pennsylvania Dutch Country
Driving Yellowstone Ave Pocatello Idaho From Pine Ridge Mall to Ross Park
Leaving Pine Ridge Mall headed south through Chubbuck to Yellowstone Ave Pocatello Idaho to South Grant Street off Bannock Highway Longest Main Street in USA. Area attractions include Ross Park, Idaho State University, Ross Park Swimming Complex and Edson Fichter Nature Area. Local Business include Bamboo Gardens Buffet, Costco, Walmart, Big 5 Sporting Goods, Grease Monkey, Juffy Lube, Barries Ski and Sport, Scotts Ski and Sports, Ace Hardware, Pizza Hut, Subway, KFC, Central Park Burgers, McDonalds, Fred Meyer, Delata Skating, Jack In The Box, Pie Hole, Ross Park Drive Inn, Enterprise Rent A Car, DL Evens, and much more! To include your Business send me a message.
Angel's Landing - Scariest Hike in America? Steep Drop off - Zion National Park, Utah
One of the Scariest and Spectacular hikes in North America. Here's a look at how Angels landing looks like with steep drop offs of 1,000 feet on both sides. Video shows me going up and down Angels Landing. It's one of the most popular hiking trails in Zion National Park, Utah. It's also listed as one of the top 10 hikes in North America.
Definitely make this one of the hikes on your bucket list.
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Places to see in ( Wilmington - USA )
Places to see in ( Wilmington - USA )
Wilmington is a port city in North Carolina. It’s known as a gateway to Cape Fear Coast beaches like Wrightsville, with its strong surf, and Carolina, with its long boardwalk. Part of downtown’s Historic District, the Riverwalk is lined with restaurants, galleries and shops. It runs along the Cape Fear River, where the Battleship North Carolina is moored. Artifacts on the ship explore WWII naval combat history.
Wilmington was settled by the English along the Cape Fear River. The city was named after Spencer Compton who was the Earl of Wilmington. Its historic downtown has a 1.75-mile (2.82 km) Riverwalk, developed as a tourist attraction in the late 20th century. In 2014 Wilmington's riverfront was ranked as the Best American Riverfront by readers of USA Today. It is minutes away from nearby beaches. The National Trust for Historic Preservation selected Wilmington as one of its 2008 Dozen Distinctive Destinations. City residents live between the river and the ocean, with four nearby beach communities: Fort Fisher, Wrightsville Beach, Carolina Beach and Kure Beach, all within half-hour drives from downtown Wilmington.
Wilmington is the home of EUE Screen Gems Studios, the largest domestic television and movie production facility outside California. Dream Stage 10, the facility's newest sound stage, is the third-largest in the US. It houses the largest special-effects water tank in North America. After the studio's opening in 1984, Wilmington became a major center of American film and television production. Numerous movies in a range of genres and several television series have been produced here, including Maximum Overdrive, Iron Man 3, Fox's Sleepy Hollow, One Tree Hill, Dawson's Creek and NBC's Revolution.
National Register of Historic Places at Wilmington North Carolina :
The Audubon Trolley Station, Brookwood Historic District, Carolina Heights Historic District, Carolina Place Historic District, City Hall/Thalian Hall, Delgrado School, Federal Building and Courthouse, Fort Fisher, Gabriel's Landing, William Hooper School (Former), Market Street Mansion District, Masonboro Sound Historic District, Moores Creek National Battlefield, Sunset Park Historic District, USS NORTH CAROLINA (BB-55) National Historic Landmark, James Walker Nursing School Quarters, Westbrook-Ardmore Historic District, Wilmington Historic District, and Wilmington National Cemetery are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Wilmington boasts a large historic district encompassing nearly 300 blocks. Abandoned warehouses on downtown's northern end have been recently demolished making room for multi-million dollar projects, such as the World Headquarters of Pharmaceutical Product Development (PPD) and a state-of-the-art convention center. Downtown Monuments and Historic Buildings include:
The George Davis Monument
The Confederate Memorial
The Bellamy Mansion
Cotton Exchange of Wilmington
The Temple of Israel
The Murchison Building
Museums and historic areas and points of interest include :
Cameron Art Museum
The Bellamy Mansion
The Confederate Memorial, Wilmington
Cape Fear Museum of History and Science
The Children's Museum of Wilmington
First Baptist Church (founded 1808)
Fort Fisher Historic Area
Grace United Methodist Church (founded 1797)
St. James Episcopal Church - the oldest church in Wilmington
St. Mary Catholic Church - historic Roman Catholic church in Wilmington
First Presbyterian Church - historic Presbyterian church
Latimer House Museum
Sunset Park Historic District
Temple of Israel - the oldest synagogue in North Carolina
USS North Carolina Memorial
Wilmington Railroad Museum
Hannah Block Historic USO
New Hanover County Extension Service Arboretum
North Carolina Aquarium at Fort Fisher
North Carolina Azalea Festival
EUE Screen Gems Studios
USS North Carolina Battleship & Museum
University of North Carolina at Wilmington Arboretum
Cameron Art Museum
Cape Fear Museum
Fort Fisher State Recreation Area
( Wilmington - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Wilmington . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Wilmington - USA
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Idaho: Minidoka Japanese Internment Camp
Minidoka National Historic Site is a National Historic Site in the western United States. It commemorates the more than 9,000 Japanese Americans who were imprisoned at the Minidoka War Relocation Center during the Second World War.
It all happened so quickly. The people of Japanese ancestry (Nikkei) on the West Coast of the United States had made lives for themselves in spite of discrimination, but on December 7, 1941, everything changed. After the attack on Pearl Harbor, panicked people believed every Japanese person could be a potential spy, ready and willing to assist in an invasion that was expected at any moment. Many political leaders, army officers, newspaper reporters, and ordinary people came to believe that everyone of Japanese ancestry, including American citizens, needed to be removed from the West Coast.
In February 1942, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed an executive order that moved nearly 120,000 Japanese and Japanese Americans into 10 isolated war relocation centers in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Idaho, Utah, and Wyoming. These temporary, tar paper-covered barracks, the guard towers, and most of the barbed-wire fences are gone now, but the people who spent years of their lives in the centers will never forget them. This is the story of one of those centers: Minidoka
The Minidoka War Relocation Center was in operation from 1942–45 and one of ten camps at which Japanese Americans, both citizens and resident aliens, were interned during World War II.
The Minidoka irrigation project shares its name with Minidoka County. The Minidoka name was applied to the Idaho relocation center in Jerome County, probably to avoid confusion with the Jerome War Relocation Center in Jerome, Arkansas. Construction by the Morrison-Knudsen Company began in 1942 on the camp, which received 10,000 internees by years' end. Many of the internees worked as farm labor, and later on the irrigation project and the construction of Anderson Ranch Dam, northeast of Mountain Home. The Reclamation Act of 1902 had racial exclusions on labor which were strictly adhered to until Congress changed the law in 1943. Population at the Minidoka camp declined to 8,500 at the end of 1943, and to 6,950 by the end of 1944. On February 10, 1946, the vacated camp was turned over to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, which used the facilities to house returning war veterans.
The Minidoka War Relocation Center consisted of 36 blocks of housing. Each block contained 12 barracks (which themselves were divided into 6 separate living areas), laundry facilities, bathrooms, and a mess hall. Recreation Halls in each block were multi-use facilities that served as both worship and education centers. Minidoka had a high school, a junior high school and two elementary schools - Huntville and Stafford. The Minidoka War Relocation Center also included two dry cleaners, four general stores, a beauty shop, two barber shops, radio and watch repair stores as well as two fire stations.
The U.S. Army opened military service to Japanese-Americans in 1943. Enlistees from Minidoka accounted for 25% of total volunteers and Minidoka suffered more casualties, male and female, than any other camp. The Minidoka Internees created an Honor Roll to acknowledge the service of their fellow Japanese-Americans. Although the original was lost after the war, the Honor Roll was recreated by the Friends of Minidoka group in 2011 following a grant from the National Park Service.
The internment camp site was listed on the National Register of Historic Places on July 10, 1979. A national monument was established in 2001 at the site by President Bill Clinton on January 17.
How Much Money Do You Really Spend On A Cruise Ship Shore Excursion?
How Much Money Do You Really Spend On A Cruise Ship Shore Excursion? According to officials in San Juan Puerto Rico, 4 cruise ships visited the island last week and 17,000 passengers enjoyed a visit for the day. The economic impact was estimated to be $1.5 million or $85.00 per passenger. The question to my viewers is, do you spend more or less than that amount when you do a shore excursion? I had a number of interesting replies in this video.
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Cruise Ship Vacation for Adults Only Would You Pay More To Go On A Cruise Without Kids?
Cruise Ship Vacation for Adults Only Would You Pay More To Go On A Cruise Without Kids? P&O cruise Lines is going to convert the P&O Aurora into an adult only cruise ship in March 2019. Why would they do that? Also Sacramento wants to host the NBA All Star Game in 2022 or 2023 and they need a ton of hotel rooms to handle the crowds. The solution? Why not charter a few big cruise ships, park them near downtown and voila! Tons of full service hotel rooms for the week of the game and then the ships go away!
Historic South Pass City and Carissa Mine – A Wyoming Ghost Town – near Lander, Wyoming
Historic South Pass City and Carissa Mine – A Wyoming Ghost Town – near Lander, Wyoming.
South Pass City sprang up when gold was discovered in the area in 1866. Up to three thousand people called this town home in the Wind River Mountains of Wyoming, approximately 35 miles south of Lander.
Unfortunately, major gold deposits were never found and by the mid 1870’s the town dwindled to just 100 people. Over the next century the town declined further until the last pioneer family moved in 1949. The town fell into disrepair until the end of the 20th century when efforts were taken to renew the community.
The Carissa Mine was the primary economic engine for South Pass City. In 1928 new money helped build a modern mill and support buildings but the precious metals were exhausted in a couple of decades. The gold mine and mill closed permanently in 1949.
The Friends of South Pass is a non-profit committed to preserving the rich history of South Pass City. They preserved more than 30 structures and the town is listed on the National Register of Historical Places.
The Friends of South Pass volunteer, host events & support the historic site financially, making sure South Pass City’s future is bright. An informative website is only a click away:
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