The 10 Best Places To Live In Indiana (USA) For 2019
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Indiana may be best known for its obsession with sports (and limestone) but what may not be in the public domain is that the Midwestern state has one of the lowest cost of living in the United States.
A dollar stretches a long way here, longer than it would in 41 states.
Anyone looking to relocate to the Hoosier State will also be happy to know home prices in Indiana are among the most affordable in the country.
As well, the state boasts a strong economy that is about the size of Norway, according to the American Enterprise Institute.
It is the 16th largest state economy in the United States and this, coupled with the sixth lowest unemployment rate in the nation, makes for very interesting reading, or living rather.
The state’s economy is mainly flanked by agriculture, manufacturing and automotive industries.
Also of notable importance is healthcare and education, not forgetting the two prestigious universities based here: Purdue and Notre Dame.
A report by the Indiana Business Review notes that in 2010, Indiana’s economy grew twice as fast as the rest of the nation, with similar results experienced in the subsequent three years.
With things going so swimmingly in this state, perhaps it didn’t come as a surprise when Money Magazine named Fishers, Indiana the No.1 best place to live in America in 2017.
If you are planning to make an in-state move or put down roots here, below, we reveal the 10 best places to live in Indiana for 2019.
5. West Lafayette.
6. Fort Wayne.
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The Best Places to Visit in Kentucky
The Best Places to Visit in Kentucky
If you are heading out on a Kentucky family vacation, be sure to see these 10 amazing places!Kentucky is a beautiful state filled with many natural wonders, entertaining attractions and stunning views.
Horse racing also features prominently in Kentucky culture.Settled by frontiersman Daniel Boone and the birthplace of Abraham Lincoln, Kentucky offers a plethora of activities to keep you on the go.
Of course, once you start making a list of all the spots you want to visit on your trip, you will surely find more reasons to come back to Kentucky again and again.
#2.Mammoth Cave National Park
#4.Natural Bridge State Resort Park
#5.Big South Fork National River
#6.Cumberland Gap National Historical Park
#7.Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
#8.Land Between the Lakes
#10.Red River Gorge
Top 10 Places to Visit in Kansas
Top 10 Places to Visit in Kansas
Geographically, Kansas is situated in the center of the United States. That’s just one of the many reasons, however, that Kansas is known as the Heart of America. The state of Kansas is a slice of Americana, boasting the scenery of the Monument Rocks along with plenty of history. Kansas offers a lot more than just fields of wheat and sunflowers. This prairie state has a colorful history, sprawling grasslands and sophisticated urban centers for travelers to explore. Kansas offers some of the most beautiful and spectacular sights and places to visit!
#2.Smoky Valley Ranch & Little Jerusalem
#3.Eisenhower Presidential Library
#4.Tallgrass Prairie National Preserve
#9.S.P. Dinsmoor's Garden of Eden
#10.Fort Scott National Historic Site
Ep. 508 Bowling Green's Caves, Cars, and Cold Brews - Tennessee Valley Uncharted
Erick learns how Bowling Green, Kentucky stands the test of time and offers adventure in all different forms! He kicks off this trip by stopping into Brew Holler Blue Supplies, where not only do they put their own spin on craft beers, but they provide the community with the tools they need to brew at home. The owner of the brewery joins Erick for dinner at Novo Dolce, a gastropub that works with other local entrepreneurs to serve unique and delicious cuisine. Erick then ventures out to Lost River Cave, and he learns during his underground boat tour that though the caves have been scarred by pollution, the right amount of care can lead to healing. Then he gets to zipline through the surrounding woods! Afterward, accompanied by his Lost River tour guide, Erick stops into Lost River Pizza to refuel after an exciting day. His next stop is Kentucky Lake, where he learns why fishing for Asian Carp is important for the ecosystem to thrive, and how management teams help keep the invasive species at bay. Last but certainly not least, Erick takes a look around the National Corvette Museum to learn about these iconic cars, and he even gets to zip around the track in one at the NCM Motorsports Park.
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See seven states from Rock City Lookout Mountain in Georgia
Rock City Park seven state view of Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama from Lookout Mountain City, Georgia
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Georgia is known as the “Peach State” because of the growers' reputation for producing the highest quality fruit. The peach became the official state fruit in 1995.
State Bird: Brown Thrasher
State Flower: Cherokee Rose
State Nickname: Peach State
Musicians from Georgia. Included Ray Charles (whose many hits include Georgia on My Mind, now the official state song), and Gladys Knight (known for her Georgia-themed song, Midnight Train to Georgia)
Rock City This attraction on Lookout Mountain offers amazing views of the Southern countryside as well as botanical gardens and a 140-foot-tall manmade waterfall known as High Falls. Its highlight is the viewpoint known somewhat morbidly as Lover's Leap.
The marker at the summit of Lookout Mountain claims you can see seven U.S. including: Tennessee, Kentucky, Virginia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia and Alabama.
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Omni Nashville Hotel -- NOW OPEN!
No other place has a story like Nashville. And no one tells that story better than the new Omni Nashville Hotel. Take a tour of the hotel before it opens in the Fall of 2013.
The Omni Nashville Hotel, specially created to be an authentic expression of Nashville's vibrant music culture, will open in the fall of 2013. Across from the new Music City Center which will open earlier in 2013, the luxury hotel will be a one-of-a-kind experience, fully integrated with an expansion of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum® on four levels.
Located on Fifth Avenue between Demonbreun and Korean Veterans Blvd., the Omni Nashville Hotel design is a modern expression of the city's distinct character, incorporating natural materials, exposed steel and regional limestone. The multi-story hotel and expanded museum will share meeting and entertainment space and bring additional restaurants and retail venues to this dynamic destination in downtown Nashville.
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EAGLES LANDING is Mason Neck’s most exceptional and private waterfront estate. Cloistered on 11 spectacular waterfront acres on the banks of the Potomac River, Eagles Landing offers the best of both worlds -- the tranquility of living in nature and the close proximity to the city (only 30 minutes south of DC). You’ll enjoy the ever-changing panoramic views of the river and adjacent wetlands where wildlife abounds. The incomparable Georgian manor home and carriage house are made of handmade brick, in Flemish bond design, and limestone. The tasteful interior features stately embassy-sized formal rooms with 12.5’ ceilings, custom trim, elegant finishes, gourmet kitchen, library, arbor, and billiard room – all detailed exquisitely. From the front door, a two story marble hallway invites you to the river front of the home where the graceful floating staircase ascends to the private rooms above. The estate features 2 master suites as well as 2 separate living quarters for guests or staff – all with waterfront views. Fairfax County Schools among the best in the nation. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, so inquire today.
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Lexington: The Horse Capital of the World. Travels with Mom
We arrive at the Kentucky Horse Park during their famous Three Day Event, then visit the Kentucky State Capitol in nearby Frankfort. On the next day we tour Lexington in the morning, exploring its historic district, including Mary Todd Lincoln's house, her birth place, and the rest of the historic neighborhood including some beautiful antebellum homes. The Thoroughbred Park with a sculpture dedicated to the horse-racing industry. We drive by the beautiful horse farms surrounding Keeneland Race Track, and end the day by taking the Woodford Reserve Distillery tour and finally get to taste some Bourbon.
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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.
Urban Ruins:Exploring an abandoned pyramid project
A partially constructed pyramid in Indiana made out of lime stone.Limestone Tourist Park