10 Best Places to Live in Washington
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10 Best Places to Live in Washington.
The state of Washington is just about everything the photos and movies make it out to be, only better. From deep lush greenery, to stunning mountains, to rain hipster neighborhoods, Washington has the best of all things nature based as well as metropolitan inspired. Seattle is the obvious tourist hub with its iconic Space Needle and birthplace of Starbucks Coffee, however there are dozens of Pacific Northwest gems surrounding landmarks such as Mount Rainier, Puget Sound, the Grand Coulee Dam, the Hoh Rainforest, and more. Enjoy everything its geography offers, and experience a world of culture in these 10 best places to live in Washington.
3: Bainbridge Island
10: Mercer Island
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Best Small Towns to Visit in Maryland TOP 20
Best Small Towns to Visit in Maryland TOP 20. List: Thurmont, Berlin, Easton, Hampstead, Crisfield, Ocean City, Havre de Grace, Oakland, St Mary’s City, New Market, Vienna, Emmitsburg, Leonardtown, St. Michaels, Rock Hall, North Beach, Williamsport, Takoma Park, Snow Hill, Monkton
Maryland's Eastern Shore attractions
Talbot and Dorchester Counties offer many attractions including crabbing, fishing, restaurants, shops and relaxing.
Annapolis, MD, US - Part 1
Please visit for full video and more free videos. Annapolis is the capital of the U.S. state of Maryland is situated on the Chesapeake Bay at the mouth of the Severn River.
Annapolis is part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area.
The city was the temporary capital of the US in 1783-1784 and the site of the Annapolis Peace Conference, held in November 2007, at the US Naval Academy.
St. Johns College is also in Annapolis.
In 1694, Sir Francis Nicholson moved the capital of the royal colony there and named the town Annapolis after Princess Anne, soon to be the Queen of Great Britain; it was incorporated as a city in 1708
From the middle of the 18th century until the American Revolutionary War, Annapolis was noted for its wealthy and cultivated society.
The Maryland Gazette, an important weekly journal, was founded there by Jonas Green in 1745; in 1769 a theatre was opened; during this period also the commerce was considerable, but declined rapidly after Baltimore, with its deeper harbor, was made a port of entry in 1780.
Water trades such as oyster-packing, boatbuilding and sailmaking became the citys chief industries.
Currently, Annapolis is home to a large number of recreational boats that have largely replaced the seafood industry in the city.
The Maryland State House is the oldest in continuous legislative use in the United States. Construction started in 1772, and the Maryland legislature first met there in 1779.
The United States Naval Academy was founded in 1845 on the site of Fort Severn, and now occupies an area of land reclaimed from the Severn River next to the Chesapeake Bay.
The Armel-Leftwich Visitor Center is conveniently located on the United States Naval Academy, just inside Gate 1 at the end of King George Street.
You will need a photo ID to walk onto the yard.
The Visitor Center houses the USNA Gift Shop and Guide Service providing visitors with the official USNA shopping experience and a chance to tour the yard.
The USNA Guide Service provides public walking tours throughout the year so you can experience Life on the Yard.
Catch Noon Meal Formation as the Brigade forms for uniform inspection before lunch.
The Visitor Center is the first stop on any visit to the undergraduate college of the U.S. Navy.
Information specialists welcome visitors to view a 12 minute film and take a guided walking tour of the yard with a professional, certified guide.
The walking tour takes approximately one hour and 15 minutes.
All day parking is available at the Navy-Marine Corps Stadium, Rowe Blvd., with free shuttle service to Annapolis City Dock.
Highlights life at the U.S. Naval Academy past and present. Tour includes Lejeune Hall, Bancroft Hall, Tecumseh Court, Herndon Monument, Chapel (when open), and crypt of John Paul Jones.
Maryland Renaissance Festival.
Sandy Point State Park.
Chesapeake Bay Bridge, from Sandy Point State Park.
Discover Annapolis Tours.
Quiet Waters Park.
The William Paca Garden is a two-acre oasis of natural beauty and artful elegance in the heart of city.
The Maryland State House is the oldest in continuous legislative use in the US.
The Hammond-Harwood House is one of the most important colonial houses in America.
The Chase-Lloyd House in Annapolis, Maryland is a brick three-story Georgian mansion dating from 1769-1774 with interiors by William Buckland.
YouAnnapolis.com: Visit Annapolis Maryland
Visit Annapolis Maryland and see the US Naval Academy, downtown Annapolis, Chick & Ruth's Delly, Deli, and other coastal parts of the city.
Eastern Neck Island Natl Wildlife Refuge, Maryland, USA
Coast to coast US in 13 minutes
A drive through US during June and July 2016, from Long Island (NY) to Los Angeles (CA). In total 7579 miles and 42 days crossing 19 states of US....
0min 00sec — New York — New York State Route 27 westbound from Montauk Point Lighthouse, Long Island
0min 24sec — New York — Soundview Ave eastbound from Horton Point Lighthouse, Long Island
0min 30sec — New York — E 57th St passing Madison Ave and 5th Ave, Manhattan
0min 38sec — New York — Ave of the Americas to W 59th St and 5th Ave, Manhattan
1min 06sec — New York — Flatiron Building where Broadway crosses 5th Ave, Manhattan
1min 10sec — New York — Manhattan Bridge towards Dumbo, Brooklyn
1min 21sec — New York — Verrazano-Narrows Bridge southbound to Staten Island
1min 28sec — New Jersey — Entering Cape May-Lewes Ferry
1min 35sec — Delaware — Entering Lewes and U.S. 9 westbound
1min 42sec — Maryland — Crossing Chesapeake Bay from Kent Island towards Annapolis
2min 05sec — District of Columbia — Maine Ave SW in to The National Mall and Washington Monument
2min 25sec — Ohio — Lincoln Highway (US 30) westbound from Lisbon
2min 29sec — Ohio — Landoll's Mohican Castle northbound to Loudonville
2min 57sec — Illinois — S Lake Shore Dr (US 41) northbound entering Chicago
3min 15sec — Iowa — Aspen Ave (400th St) northbound from Westside
3min 32sec — Iowa — C Ave (E16) westbound towards Schleswig
3min 42sec — South Dakota — South Dakota Highway 240 a k a Badlands Loop through the east part of Badlands National Park
4min 07sec — South Dakota — Entering Mount Rushmore National Memorial @04:11 good view of the four presidents
4min 16sec — South Dakota — Entering Crazy Horse Memorial
4min 26sec — South Dakota — Road 87 in to Custer State Park
4min 46sec — South Dakota — Passing through Needles Eye Tunnel and @4:51 view of Custer State Park
4min 52sec — Colorado — State Highway 119 from Longhorn to Boulder with the mountains in the background
5min 01sec — Colorado — Pikes Peak Highway to the summit of Pikes Peak at 14100 feet / 4302 meter
6min 12sec — Wyoming — US Highway 26 from Jackson northbound to Grand Teton National Park
6min 27sec — Idaho — A tour in Craters of the Moon National Monument & Preserve
6min 55sec — Oregon — Interstate 84 along Columbia River towards Portland
7min 21sec — Oregon — Vista House with view over Columbia River and Historic Columbia River Highway
7min 32sec — Washington — Entering Seattle via Interstate 5
7min 51sec — Washington — Hood Canal Floating Bridge, Port Gamble
8min 00sec — Washington — Olympic Highway (US 101) and Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park
8min 20sec — Oregon — US 101 southbound from Washington to Oregon over the Astoria Bridge
8min 42sec — California — Redwoods and Newton B. Drury Scenic Pkwy
9min 09sec — California — Drive-Thru Tree Park
9min 18sec — California — US 101 over Golden Gate in to San Fransisco
10min 17sec — California — Lombard Street, San Fransisco
10min 41sec — California — Filbert St (steepest street in the city, 17,5 degrees), San Fransisco
10min 45sec — California — On the way up to Glacier Point (accident), Yosemite National Park
11min 01sec — California — Great view of North Dome and Yosemite Point
11min 02sec — California — The city of Carmel
11min 10sec — California — Highway 1 soutbound to Point Sur, Big Sur
11min 30sec — California — Angeles Crest Highway in to Angeles National Forest
12min 13sec — California — Culver Blvd to Vista Del Mar and the beach, Los Angeles
12min 34sec — California — Entering Manhattan Beach, Los Angeles
Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens - Canada (photo video with music)
“Established in 1936, the Niagara Parks Botanical Gardens presents visitors with 99 acres (40 hectares) of beautifully maintained gardens that include perennials, rhododendrons, azaleas, a formal parterre garden, herb and vegetable plantings, and our world-famous rose garden featuring over 2,400 roses. This section of the parkland is also the home to the Niagara Parks School of Horticulture, an institution that provides unique practical training to horticulture students on the grounds of the Botanical Gardens.”
This photo video shows the black squirrels that were seen throughout our journey in the Niagara Falls area in Canada.
“Large natural populations of black (eastern gray) squirrels can be found throughout Ontario and in several parts of Ohio, Maryland, Michigan, Houston, Indiana, Virginia, Washington, D.C., Iowa, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Pennsylvania. Populations of gray squirrels in which the black subgroup is predominant can be found in these six areas as well as in smaller enclaves in Missouri, New Jersey, southern New York, Illinois and Connecticut. and California. Outside areas of North America where black squirrels occur naturally in abundance, there are several notable introduced populations of black squirrels:
In the United States, the city of Kent, Ohio developed a significant black squirrel population after ten were legally imported from Canada in February 1961 by Larry Woodell, the head groundskeeper at Kent State University. They have driven out native squirrels in many areas, though they peacefully coexist with most other rodent wildlife.”
Music from the YouTube Audio Library: English_Country_Garden
Oxford, Maryland--Eastern Shore Vacations
Thinking of vacationing in Oxford? This video gives you a great perspective of this charming nautical town.
Annapolis, MD - A Day on the Severn
A Day on the Severn video was captured on the Severn River located in Anne Arundel County and was shot by the RT 450 bridge near the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.