Top 10 Best Cities to Visit in USA during Summer
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Top 10 Best Cities to Visit in USA during Summer.
Traveling is usually what most of the population wants to do in life. Going beyond their comfort zones, staying out of the town during holidays, and wanting to explore the ends of the earth sounds interesting, right? But so far, time, aside from money, is the main enemy of the people who wants to travel. Their lack of time has been in the way hindering them.
While there’s an opportunity to get away with the family, grab that chance even if it takes you to the nearest city, state or country. At least, the essence of the activity has been felt and enjoyed the full time. Planning a trip requires so much of researching skills with the flights, promos, and discounts or even the must do’s and of course the perfect destination.
Sun-kissed beach getaway, road trips, hiking, camping, and festival-going. That’s the common list of the perfect itineraries when summer has started. It does not need expensive budget when you are in the stateside so, pack your things and start exploring the area. Now, here are the top 10 best cities to visit in USA during summer to give you an idea.
10. Houston, Texas
9. Pensacola, Florida
8. Chicago, Illinois
7. Richmond, Virginia
6. Portland, Maine
5. Knoxville, Tennessee
4. Milwaukee, Wisconsin
3. Tucson, Arizona
2. Portland, Oregon
1. Greenville, South Carolina
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Atlanta, Georgia Travel Guide - Must-See Attractions
Atlanta is the capital of and the most populous city in the U.S. state of Georgia. Atlanta was established in 1837 at the intersection of two railroad lines, and the city rose from the ashes of the Civil War to become a national center of commerce. Atlanta is situated among the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, and at 1,050 feet (320 m) above mean sea level, Atlanta has the highest elevation out of major cities east of the Mississippi River.
The most important places to visit in Atlanta are: World of Coca-Cola, Georgia Aquarium, Inside CNN Atlanta, Centennial Olympic Park, Zoo Atlanta, Fernbank Museum of Natural History and Stone Mountain Park, Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site, Margaret Mitchell House and Jimmy Carter Library & Museum.
If you want to save time and money, the most important Atlanta travel tip is to compare prices before booking a hotel room or a flight. You can do this for free on a site that searches through hundreds of other travel websites in real time for the best travel deals available.
Landing - O'Hare International Airport (ORD) - Chicago Illinois USA
Landing at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport (ORD) from Greenville Spartanburg International Airport on United Express flight 3257. Location:
Chicago O'Hare International Airport (IATA: ORD, ICAO: KORD, FAA LID: ORD), also known as O'Hare Airport, O'Hare Field, Chicago International Airport, or simply O'Hare, is an international airport located on the Far Northwest Side of Chicago, Illinois, 17 miles (27 km) northwest of the Loop. It is the primary airport serving the Chicago area, with Midway Airport, about 10 miles (16 km) closer to the Loop, serving as a secondary airport.
O'Hare is the busiest airport in the world by number of takeoffs and landings—a title it reclaimed in 2014, beating out Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (which had the title from 2005-2013). Until 1998, O'Hare was also the busiest airport in the world in number of passengers. It was surpassed mainly due to limits imposed on the airport by the federal government to reduce flight delays. As of 2014, O'Hare is the third busiest airport in the United States and sixth busiest in the world by passenger traffic.
O'Hare is currently a major hub for American Airlines and United Airlines, as well as a hub for regional carrier Air Choice One and a focus city for Frontier Airlines and Spirit Airlines. It is the second largest passenger carrying hub for United after Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport carrying 15.3 million passengers annually, and largest by number of daily flights, operating a total of 585 flights daily. O'Hare is American's second largest hub, behind Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, and third largest by number of daily flights, operating a total of 201 mainline flights daily.
As of September 2014, O'Hare has direct service to a total of 210 destinations, including 153 domestic destinations in the United States and 57 international destinations in South America, Asia and Europe. With 200+ destinations, O'Hare is among a select group of airports worldwide with that distinction, including Frankfurt Airport, Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Charles de Gaulle Airport, Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Munich Airport, and Dubai International Airport.
O'Hare has been voted the Best Airport in North America for 10 years by two separate sources: Readers of the U.S. Edition of Business Traveler Magazine (1998–2003) and Global Traveler Magazine (2004–2007). Travel and Leisure magazine's 2009 America's Favorite Cities ranked Chicago's Airport System (O'Hare and Midway) the second-worst for delays, New York City's airport system (JFK, Newark Liberty, and LaGuardia) being the first. O'Hare currently accounts for over a sixth of the nation's total flight cancellations.
It is operated by the City of Chicago Department of Aviation. Most of O'Hare Airport is in Cook County, but a section of the southwest part of the airport is in DuPage County. The Cook County portion is located within a section of the City of Chicago contiguously connected to the rest of the city via a narrow strip of land about 200 ft (61 m) wide, running along Foster Avenue, from the Des Plaines River to the airport. This land was annexed into the city limits in the 1950s to assure the massive tax revenues associated with the airport would go to the city. The strip is bounded on the north by Rosemont and the south by Schiller Park.
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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Travel South Carolina - Top 5 Things To Do in Charleston
Take a tour of Top 5 Travel Attractions of Charleston, United States - part of the World's Greatest Attractions series by GeoBeats.
Hey, this is your travel host, Naomi. I would like to give you a tour of the top five attractions of Charleston.
#5: Plantations. Experience what life was like back in the 18th and 19th century. Plantations were a big part of Charleston's economy.
#4: Waterfront Park, a serene city park. Check out the famous Pineapple Fountain, a symbol of welcoming hospitality of the town of Charleston.
#3: Cooper River Bridge, an architectural marvel built in 2005. This gorgeous cable staid bridge connects Charleston to Mt. Pleasant.
#2: Battery Park, a great place for a relaxing walk. During the Civil War, artillery was stored here.
#1: Rainbow Row. What you are likely to find on postcards for Charleston, these colorful and historic 18th century houses draw worldwide visitors.
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*Walk a block to Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, and see the largest baseball bat in the world
*Visit the Roman Catholic Cathedral of Louisville (Park at the structure next to the church)
*Next to the Cathedral is the Fourth Street Live
*Walk 5 blocks to the old Brown Hotel
*Try Louisville’s Iconic Hot Brown at Brown hotel
*Drive for an hour to Kentucky’s capital city of Frankfort.
*Tour the Kentucky State Capitol, and see the beautiful tulips in front of it.
*Drive back to Louisville, and visit Churchill Downs (site of the famous Kentucky Derby)
*Drive back to Downtown Louisville, and visit the Muhammad Ali Center
*Visit President Zachary Taylor’s gravesite (Trivia: He’s the 12th President of the US)
Staunton, Virginia - City Overview
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Welcome to Journal Square in Jersey City, New Jersey, USA!!
This video shows a tour in Journal Square in Jersey City, NJ, USA. Journal Square is a neighborhood of Jersey City, a city of a population of over 260k and is the county seat of Hudson County, and its located in the New York metropolitan area in the Northeast region of the United States. Although is part of the NY metro area, it is not part of New York City; Its another city and it is in New Jersey. Journal Square itself is a square or plaza that is the intersection of JFK Boulevard, Sip and Bergen Avenues but it includes its sorroundings, so it is part of a neighborhood in the city. This videos shows day and night in the square. Journal Square has a major transportation hub in PATH trains and buses, it has a theather, a Jehovah's Witnesses Asembly Hall, Hudson County Community College and more schools, office buildings, a skyscraper and highrises, residential buildings, a lot of stores and restaurants.