The 4 Best Hotels Rochester Ny
Traveling in Rochester, NY? Use Hipmunk's travel guide to find interesting places to visit, things to do, and the best Rochester, NY Hotels. The 4 Best Hotels Rochester Ny
LAS VEGAS , NEVADA - BEST OF LAS VEGAS 4K
Las Vegas is jaw dropping place. Everything is worth to see , every hotel , every casino , every shopping center , every entertainment and Grand Canyon. One of my favorite place for visit.
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BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, USA
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, USA
A look around the city of Boston, some of the footage is from the bus window with narration form the guide; the holocaust memorial; old north church; bunker hill; USS constitution; Harvard university; prudential tower and views from the top.
Boston is the capital and largest city of the state of Massachusetts (officially the Commonwealth of Massachusetts), in the United States. Boston also serves as county seat of Suffolk County. The largest city in New England, the city proper, covering 48 square miles (124 km2), had an estimated population of 645,966 in 2014, making it the 24th largest city in the United States. The city is the anchor of a substantially larger metropolitan area called Greater Boston, home to 4.5 million people and the tenth-largest metropolitan area in the country. Greater Boston as a commuting region is home to 7.6 million people, making it the sixth-largest Combined Statistical Area in the United States.
One of the oldest cities in the United States, Boston was founded on the Shawmut Peninsula in 1630 by Puritan colonists from England. It was the scene of several key events of the American Revolution, such as the Boston Massacre, the Boston Tea Party, the Battle of Bunker Hill and the Siege of Boston. Upon American independence from Great Britain, the city continued to be an important port and manufacturing hub, as well as a center for education and culture.Through land reclamation and municipal annexation, Boston has expanded beyond the original peninsula. Its rich history helps attract many tourists, with Faneuil Hall alone attracting over 20 million visitors. Boston's many firsts include the United States' first public school (1635), and first subway system (1897).
The area's many colleges and universities make Boston an international center of higher education and medicine, and the city is considered to be a world leader in innovation for a variety of reasons. Boston's economic base also includes finance,professional and business services, and government activities. The city has one of the highest costs of living in the United States,though it remains high on world livability rankings.
Superman - Ride Of Steel front seat on-ride HD POV Six Flags America
Did you know that this Superman - Ride Of Steel is a mirror image or the Ride Of Steel coaster at Six Flags Darien Lake in Upstate New York?
The one at Darien Lake was the first Intamin mega coaster to open in 1999 & this one opened a year later, even though construction for both began in 1997.
Six Flags America is located near Washington DC in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
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Welcome to Little India!! –Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
This video shows Little India (also known as Little Bombay or India Square) while driving, and then at the end, while walking. This Neighborhood is located in Newark Avenue (between Tonnelle Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard), and is part of the Journal Square district, in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, and is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area. India Square is home of several stores and restaurants and is only two blocks of a major transportation hub in Journal Square that has several trains and buses, and is a very busy area. Little India is home of the largest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere. Enjoy the video!
Mr.Allens Woods Marlboro state hospital
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Bite Into Maine Lobster Roll Food Cart Scenery and Review (in the Description)
Expensive lobster roll but worth the money if you like almost pure lobster in your role and an amazing location with a classic light house and bay/ocean view. In a state park with a little beach and plenty of walking space, parking and picknic tables. I wish they have multi-grain rolls.
MUSIC. Birds in Flight from YouTube free music.
PHOTOS: Image of lobster roll and close up of cart found under fair use and by: Lobster roll: On Flickr by Navin75. Cart close up on Flickr by bumeister1. Long shot of cart by me.
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Abandoned NJ Tile and Brick Factory Ruins Pine Barrens Pasadena Brooksbrae
A vist to the Abandoned Pasadena Brooksbrae Tile and Brick Factory Ruins in Manchester New Jersey in the Pine Barrens.
GPS: 39.887904, -74.441565
New York TImes Article October 28, 2007
A FEW hundred yards in from the road, past the abandoned railroad tracks, a casual hiker may be surprised to come across rows of stone stanchions and brick walls in the middle of the forest. A closer inspection will reveal a series of tunnels. Look even closer and one will notice the multicolored bits of paint splattered across most of the surfaces of this ruin.
Welcome to Brooksbrae Brick Company, one of the Pine Barrens’ dozens of ghost towns. Slightly eerie though it may be, this is not where you will find spectral images of those who once roamed these lonely woods. Leave that to the ghost hunters who come out in droves this time of year in search of the Jersey Devil or other apparitions believed to still reside here.
Rather, these lost towns are what remain of communities where thousands of people lived and toiled in the 18th and 19th centuries, producing tile, bricks, glass, lumber, paper, iron and munitions.
“This was not some bucolic Walden Pond — this was heavy industry,” said Budd Wilson, a former state archaeologist who over the last 48 years has excavated many of the sites of these lost towns. “People act like nothing ever happened here. That’s not the case. Plenty happened here. It was just 100 years ago.”
An observant visitor with a fertile imagination can still catch glimpses of this bygone era, whether by examining the detritus, much of which still sits on the forest floor, or by visiting the buildings and ruins that yet stand, in various stages of preservation or decay. But before setting out to discover this lost world, a little history might prove useful.
A vast labyrinth of woods, ponds, streams and trails, the Pine Barrens’ now largely protected 1.4 million acres provided fertile opportunity for colonists in the early 1700s who tapped the area’s primary resource: water.
First were the sawmills, operating on water power and taking advantage of the abundant cedar and pine. Soon after, a high level of iron ore was discovered in the water. These iron bogs became a major resource for iron production for close to 100 years, with 17 furnaces operating at one point, manufacturing cast- and wrought-iron goods.
“You had all this noise and all this smoke coming out of the tops of these furnaces,” said Mr. Wilson, describing the area in the early 1800s. “It was like having your fireplace come out into your room all the time. And people were living amongst this.”
By the mid-19th century, the clay and brick industries were thriving, as well as glass manufacturing, which used the abundant sand here. When much of the country’s manufacturing moved to the cities, this area switched to agriculture, specifically cranberries and blueberries, which are still vital industries today.
Meanwhile, the land became ripe for speculators, like the Philadelphia financier Joseph Wharton, who bought up dozens of abandoned industrial towns with plans to pump fresh water from the Pine Barrens to Philadelphia. After he was thwarted by legislation passed to prohibit such interstate export, the land was eventually sold to the state. The 115,111 acres of Wharton State Forest make up the largest single tract of land in New Jersey.
Fascinated by the ruins she stumbled upon while hiking in the Pine Barrens, Barbara Solem-Stull, of Shamong, in Burlington County, spent a year investigating the remains of some 45 former industrial towns. The result was her book “Ghost Towns and Other Quirky Places in the New Jersey Pine Barrens” (Plexus Publishing, 2005). Filled with hand-drawn maps, photos and detailed directions on how to reach these often difficult to find places, the book is part travelogue, part history and part day-trippers’ guide. A determined explorer can probably visit three or four sites in a day, she said.
To get a sense of the lost civilization here, a visitor would do well to start at Harrisville, where some of the most intact ruins stand. On the west border of Bass River Township along Route 679, Harrisville was a gathering place for many of the surrounding company towns. Industry here can be traced back to an iron-slitting mill in 1795, but the majestic brick and stone arches that remain are from the late 1800s, when the Harris brothers ran a paper mill.
Brooklyn NY Housing Projects in Brownsville, Bed-Stuy, East New York, Fort Greene, Red Hook, Gowanus
Video showing some of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) public housing development projects in the following Brooklyn neighborhoods:
1) Red Hook 00:20
2) Boerum Hill / Gowanus 01:55
3) Vinegar Hill / Navy Yard 03:42
4) Fort Greene 04:50
5) Bedford-Stuyvesant 06:15
6) East Williamsburg 11:10
7) Bushwick 15:51
8) Brownsville 16:27
9) Canarsie 21:35
10) East New York 22:27
Full list of housing developments shown here:
Red Hook Houses, Wyckoff Gardens, Gowanus Houses, Farragut Houses, Raymond V. Ingersoll Houses, Walt Whitman Houses, Roosevelt Houses, Louis Armstrong Houses, Stuyvesant Gardens, Sumner Houses, 303 Vernon Ave, Tompkins Houses, Marcy Houses, Lafayette Gardens, Cooper Park Houses, Williamsburg Houses, Borinquen Plaza, Bushwick Houses, Hylan Houses, Hope Gardens, Glenmore Plaza, Seth Low Houses, Langston Hughes Apartments, Brownsville Houses, Van Dyke Houses, Woodson Houses, Tilden Houses, Breukelen Houses, Boulevard Houses, Linden Houses, Pennsylvania Ave - Wortman Ave, Cypress Hills Houses, Louis Pink Houses
To avoid music copyright issues, the music used in this video was downloaded directly from the Youtube Audio Library:
Artist: Media Right Productions
Song: Blast off to Glory
Artist: Huma Huma
Artist: Jingle Punks
Song: Alot for a Light
Artist: Gunnar Olsen
Artist: Silent Partner
Artist: Jingle Punks
Song: The Deed
Song: Not Too Cray
Artist: Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
Artist: Joe Bagale
Artist: Topher Mohr and Alex Elena
Song: Dub Star
Links to other NYC Housing Projects videos:
Queens NY Housing Projects - South Jamaica 40 Projects, Queensbridge, Baisley, Pomonok, Ravenswood, Astoria, Woodside:
Rockaway, Queens NY Housing Projects - Edgemere, Arverne, Hammel, Redfern, Beach 41st Street Houses:
New York Housing Projects, Lower East Side - Baruch Houses, Jacob Riis, Lillian Wald, Rutgers, Campos Plaza, Alfred Smith, Vladeck:
Washington, D.C. photo slideshow by Earth in Pictures
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Music: Enigmatic by Phase Shift (used under Creative Commons CC0 license, downloaded from: freepd.com/Cinematic/Enigmatic)
All Washington, D.C. photos used in the video can be found here:
List of photos as they appear in the video:
1. Aerospace Center building
2. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
3. American Pharmacists Association (APhA) building
4. Archives of the United States of America
5. Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
6. Daniel Chester French sculpture of Abraham Lincoln inside the Lincoln Memorial
7. Department of Labor Frances Perkins Building
8. E. Barrett Prettyman United States Courthouse
9. Eisenhower Executive Office Building
10. Federal Trade Commission Building
11. General George Meade Civil War Memorial
12. General Services Administration (GSA) building
13. James A. Carfield statue in front of the US Capitol
14. Jefferson Memorial
15. Jefferson Memorial at night
16. Lincoln Memorial
17. Lincoln Memorial and the reflecting pool at night
18. Lincoln Memorial at sunset
19. Mandarin Oriental Washington DC hotel
20. Memorial Continental Hall - Daughters of the American Revolution Museum
21. National Gallery of Art - East Building
22. National Gallery of Art - West Building
23. National Museum of African Art
24. National Museum of Natural History (NMNH)
25. National Museum of the American Indian
26. Northrop Grumman building
27. Organization of American States (OAS) Headquarters
28. Potomac Center building
29. Red Cross Headquarters
30. Reporter's building
31. Reserve Officers Association of The United States
32. Residence Inn by Marriott Hotel
33. Statue of William Tecumseh Sherman
34. Supreme Court of the United States
35. The Cannon House Office Building
36. The Library of Congress
37. The Longworth House Office Building
38. The Russell Senate Office Building
39. The Smithsonian Institution Building
40. The United States Capitol
41. The United States Capitol and the reflecting pool at night
42. The United States Capitol at night
43. The United States Capitol from the Northwest
44. The United States Capitol from the Southwest
45. The White House
46. The White House and White House garden
47. United Methodist Building
48. United States Department of Agriculture building
49. United States Department of Commerce and National Aquarium building
50. United States Department of Energy
51. United States Department of Housing and Urban Development
52. United States Department of State - Harry S Truman Building
53. United States Department of the Treasury
54. United States Department of Transportation
55. US Capitol detail
56. Vietnam Veterans Memorial
57. Washington Gas Headquarters Building
58. Washington Monument
59. Washington Monument and the reflecting pool
60. Washington Monument and the reflecting pool at night
61. Washington Monument and the reflecting pool at sunset
62. Washington Monument at sunset
63. Washington Monument from the bottom
64. World War II and Lincoln memorial at night
65. World War II Memorial
66. World War II Memorial and the reflecting pool at night
67. World War II Memorial and Washington Memorial
68. World War II memorial at night
69. World War II Memorial detail