The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018
The 10 Best Places To Live In Pennsylvania For 2018.
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Pennsylvania, a northeastern U.S. state and one of the 13 original colonies, has a diverse terrain, which includes wide stretches of farmland, national forests and mountains. Philadelphia, the Keystone State’s largest city, displays its rich history in Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, an enduring symbol of American freedom.
Pennsylvania is downright beautiful. It is home to some of the country’s richest history, incredible culture and, yes, a picturesque scenery.
The Appalachian Mountains sit here, and the state has more than 120 state parks, with over 100 miles of coastline, and a varied selection of great towns and cities,
each with its own character.
Mountain climbers will love this state, so will surfers, skydivers and skiers even, depending on where you are in the state.
Little wonder the Keystone State is widely considered one of the best states to retire.
The natural allure aside, this is a notion mostly driven by other key factors for anyone interested in the hard data:
economic vibrancy (this is the sixth largest state economy), good health care, school districts that are a cut above the other states, affordability, low rate of homelessness and a high quality of life.
Here then, are the 10 best places to live in Pennsylvania to help inform your decision better.
3. Penn Wynne.
4. State College.
5. Mount Lebanon.
6. Radnor Township.
7. Bethel Park.
8. West Chester.
10. Philadelphia Main Line .
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Best Things To Do in Murfreesboro, Tennessee TN
Murfreesboro Travel Guide. MUST WATCH. Top 10 things you have to do in Murfreesboro. We have sorted Tourist Attractions in Murfreesboro for You. Discover Murfreesboro as per the Traveler Resources given by our Travel Specialists. You will not miss any fun thing to do in Murfreesboro.
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Tennessee | Nashville Area Shopping Mall Day
Our first full day in the Nashville area, so we decided to take it easy and do some shopping since we travelled with minimal clothes in our luggage so that we could take advantage of the heavily discounted designer outlet stores. An added bonus was the fact that it was Labour Day weekend so the already discounted prices were discounted even further - up to 70% in many cases!
The first place we visited was called The Factory at Franklin which as the name suggests is in the town of Franklin. The building dates back to 1929 where it was once a factory that manufactured cooking and stoves and later on bedding until its closure in 1991. Between 1997-1998 it was rennovated into a unique shopping and entertainment centre, where a lot of the original architectural features are still visible. Not many of the stores were open on the day of our visit as it was a Sunday and also Labour Day weekend, but we could still walk around and and explore the site.
Our second place was the Premium Outlet mall in Lebanon. Premium Outlet's is a chain of malls that exist throughout the United States and represents good choice and value for money when purchasing designer brands. For example a pair of designer branded trousers may cost the equivalent of $80 - $100 a pair in the UK whereas the ticket price in the outlet mall was $55 before any discounts. When you take into acount the heavy discounting from the day the price is reduced to $16 - $20. Hence the reason why the suitcases were virtually empty when we travelled out!
The third and final place was the Opry Mill Mall which is on the outskirts of downtown Nashville (Near the East Side). This mall also has designer brands which are discounted and it was an impressive size! You could quite easily spend a whole day there if you had the money to spend. The mall also had a good range of restaurants which varied in price and setting. We chose to have lunch in the Aquarium Restaurant as it had a massive salt water fish tank as its centre piece and had a out of the ordinary atmosphere. The food was very good quality, though a little on the expensive side for some dishes, but when in Rome!
After the uncomfortable flight the day before I decided to have a 20 minute acupressure massage (20 minutes for $20) within the mall. It was quite relaxing though at times a little painful, but at the end of the session my back and shoulders felt ten times better.
A very enjoyable day, though a shame The Factory was mostly closed as there were some cool stores inside, which would have been worth a look.
Dancing Lights of Christmas in Lebanon, Tennessee
We loved checking out Lebanon's Dancing Lights of Christmas. Just north of Nashville, Tennessee you can find over one and a half MILLION lights to music!
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The Hermitage - Nashville TN
#thehermitage #nashvillesites #nashvilletours We had the opportunity to visit The Hermitage, the 7th president of the United States, Andrew Jackson's home in Nashville TN. Andrew Jackson purchased the land in the early 1800's completing the first home between 1819 and 1821. The current structure is the 3rd rebuild completed in 1837 after heavy fire damage. This was a great opportunity to visit a part of early 1800's history, discover life during this period, even the political struggles that had a great impact on our nation. One other point. There are many aspects of life during this period and this presidency that offer dark parts to US history and the people it impacted. A statement was made by one of the presenters during the introductory video viewed in the museum stating: History is messy. I couldn't agree more. I'm a huge history buff. My hope is our history, regardless of what it was at that time, we learn from it, and never to return to the darker parts.
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TOP 20. Best Small Towns to Visit in Kentucky
TOP 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in Kentucky: Somerset, Bardstown, Berea, Harrodsburg, Paducah, Greenville, Augusta, Glasgow, Murray, Morehead, Hodgenville, London, Pikeville, Lebanon, Shelbyville, La Grange, Maysville, Midway, Covington
5 Perfect Romantic Weekend Getaways from Pittsburgh | Love is Vacation
5 Perfect Romantic Weekend Getaways from Pittsburgh
Whether you are looking for a scenic farm, historical inn or a cozy bed & breakfast, there are many great choices within a short drive from Pittsburgh. Stay in a country inn modeled after the Southern plantation home in Gone with the Wind, explore Pennsylvania Dutch Country, or check into an inn near Gettysburg's famous attractions.
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Econo Lodge Lebanon - Lebanon (Tennessee), USA - Awesome place!
Econo Lodge Lebanon - Special price! -
The Econo Lodge hotel in Lebanon, Tennessee is located just 15 miles from the Nashville Superspeedway. This hotel is minutes from popular area attractions, such as Cumberland University, Cedars of Lebanon State Park, the Grand Ole Opry music hall and the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum. The Lebanon Municipal Airport is only two miles away.
The hotel is situated near Pine Creek Golf Course and Hunters Point Golf Course. Several outlet and antique malls, and industrial and business parks are close by. Over 20 restaurants are located in the area.
Full-service amenities and features include Free hot breakfast, Free local calls, Free coffee, exercise room, sauna and seasonal outdoor pool
Pet-friendly hotel with treats provided to pets; one building is pet-free
Business travelers will appreciate conveniences like free wireless Internet access in all rooms and access to fax services.
All spacious guest rooms include refrigerators, microwaves, irons, ironing boards, coffee makers and cable television with free HBO. Handicap accessible and non-smoking rooms can be requested
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to New Hampshire. It is a swing state and that sucks, kind of.
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to New Hampshire. It is a swing state and that sucks, kind of.
New Hampshire is really a great state, but like all states, it has some issues. This video is about 10 of those issues.
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From bizarre waterfalls that look like blood in Antartica to an unbelievable underwater waterfall in the Republic of Mauritius!
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8. Bigăr Waterfall
Although it doesn't impress by its size or the way its water flows, the thing that separates this waterfall from all the rest is where it's located at and its unusual shape that is said to take the shape of a huge mushroom. It’s an extension of a cliff that is entirely covered by moss. The Bigăr waterfall, that’s found in Romania, happens to lie directly in a spot that’s between the North Pole and the Equator. What also makes this waterfall unique to others is the way that the water scatters as it falls into the river.
7. Baatara Gorge Waterfall Lebanon
Falling past three stone bridges that were naturally formed, the Baatara Gorge Waterfall appears to look like something that was specially created for the setting of a mythical world. This spectacular view is only able to be seen during the months of March and April because of the melting snow that causes the waterfall. The drop of the waterfall is measured at being an impressive 225 meters.
6. Underwater Waterfall
Alright alright! We can see that this one is technically NOT a waterfall, but it’s too amazing not to include it. It’s located off the coast of the Republic of Mauritius and it happens to be just an optical illusion that only makes it seem like there’s a waterfall in the ocean. This illusion is created by the sand and silt that sink deeper into the ocean.
5. Angel Falls Venezuela
Angel Falls has the contrast of being the world’s highest waterfall that is uninterrupted and even though it’s found in an isolated jungle, it still manages to draw a number of tourists to it each year in Venezuela. It’s measured at being 15 times that of Niagara Falls and was flown over by an American aviator name Jimmy Angel in 1993 and that’s where the falls gets its name from.
4. Cameron Falls
Cameron Falls happens to be found in Alberta, Canada in Waterton Lake National Park. What’s really interesting about this particular waterfall is that only in the month of June are you able to see the normally clear waters turn into a vibrant pink. This phenomena that’s considered rare occurs during the springtime when the rains stir up a sediment in the lake called argillite. When the light hits this mineral just right, it causes the water to look this pink. This is similar to the same way that light hits the moisture in the air in order to create what we know as a rainbow.
3. Sticky Waterfalls In Thailand
It’s pretty common that water that flows down rocks have usually slick and slippery surfaces. However, that’s not the case with the Bua Tong Waterfalls that are found in Thailand. Rather, these falls are known for being “sticky” because of a large amount of limestone located underneath. Another main difference is that there is no algae or slime found in these falls. Did you know that because of the huge amount of limestone that it’s possible for people to walk up the falls?
2. Ruby Falls
Ruby Falls, which is located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, happens to be the deepest commercial limestone cave that is found in the entirety of the United States. It’s also the most visited waterfall that is located underground in the whole country with around 400,000 visitors annually. The falls measure at being 145-feet high and was named after Ruby Lambert, who was the wife of the man that discovered the falls. Care not to drink the water! It happens to contain a really high concentration of magnesium, which did you know is a natural laxative? These caves are lighted with special colors to give it a more magical vibe.
1. Blood Falls
The Blood Falls are located in Antarctica's McMurdo Dry Valley and are measured at being around 5 stories high. The waterfall happens to pour out from the Taylor Glacier right into Lake Bonney. It's pretty clear that there's no real blood that gives the Blood Falls its name. Instead, there is a five-million-year-old subterranean lake that is trapped underneath the glaciers. When the glaciers that were located on top of the lake started to freeze, the water had become incredibly salty. So salty, in fact, that the water that’s located in the subglacial lake has a salt content that is 3 times higher than the oceans and because of this the water isn’t able to freeze.
There happens to be a quarter mile of thick ice that keeps the lake from being in contact with any sunlight whatsoever and has built up a large amount of iron. The reason the water comes out as blood-colored is because the oxygen rusts all the iron once it reaches the surface.