Mundo Visto de Cima - USA, Maryland (Ocean City ao Fort McHenry)
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Ocean City - Pense em uma típica cidade do litoral dos Estados Unidos. Adicione a ela um calçadão moderno, uma praia repleta de atrações e a reputação de melhor lugar dos EUA para pescar marlins. Essa é a Ocean City. Apesar de ter apenas 16 quilômetros de litoral no oceano Atlântico, a variedade de atrações da região impressiona. Ocean City é ótima para acampar na praia, além de ser um destino acessível e ideal para quem viaja em família, pois oferece opções para todas as idades. Você pode jogar uma partida de golfe ou minigolfe, comer no calçadão ou ir a um restaurante à beira-mar para saborear frutos do mar frescos e vinhos.
Crisfield - É uma cidade no Condado de Somerset, Maryland, Estados Unidos, localizada no Tangier Sound, um braço da Baía de Chesapeake. Está incluído na Área Estatística Metropolitana de Salisbury, Maryland-Delaware. Crisfield tem a distinção de ser a cidade incorporada mais meridional em Maryland. O local de hoje Crisfield foi inicialmente uma pequena vila de pescadores chamada Annemessex Neck. Durante a colonização européia, foi renomeado Somers Cove, depois de Benjamin Summers. Quando o potencial de negócios para frutos do mar foi descoberto, John W. Crisfield decidiu trazer a Ferrovia da Pensilvânia para Crisfield, e a tranquila cidade pesqueira cresceu.
St. Mary's City - Distrito histórico e vila, condado de St. Mary, no sul de Maryland, EUA, no rio St. Marys, a cerca de 25 km a sudeste de Leonardtown, a sede do condado. Fundada em 1634 por colonos liderados por Leonard Calvert e nomeada para a Virgem Maria, foi o primeiro assentamento europeu de Maryland e foi construída no local de uma aldeia indígena de Secowocomoco. O Monumento Leonard Calvert (1890), em razão da Igreja Episcopal da Trindade, supostamente marca o local onde os colonos se reuniram para estabelecer o primeiro governo de Maryland. St. Marys era a capital colonial e, em 1676, os colonos construíram uma casa estatal (reconstruída em 1934). Com a remoção da capital para Annapolis em 1694 e a sede do condado de Leonardtown em 1710, o assentamento declinou rapidamente.
Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge - A Flyway Atlântica é a principal rota que as aves levam entre as viagens migratórias do norte e do sul, e o Refúgio Nacional da Vida Selvagem da Blackwater foi estabelecido para dar aos nossos amigos de penas uma parada para descanso. Esta enorme extensão de pântano e floresta de pinheiros contém um terço do habitat das terras húmidas de Maryland. Milhares e milhares de pássaros chamam o refúgio de lar ou param em suas rotas migratórias. / Mais Informações:
St. Michaels - Localizado em um longo pescoço da costa leste de Maryland, o Inn at Perry Cabin de Belmond fica em jardins e jardins bem cuidados. Com suas raízes na construção de navios e tabaco, St. Michaels é descontraído. Este retiro costeiro recentemente nomeou uma das dez melhores escapadelas românticas nos EUA pela revista Coastal Living. Esta é uma pequena cidade costeira americana no seu melhor; crianças e adultos andam livremente e aproveitam os dias na água.
Annapolis USA - Localizada menos de uma hora do capital dos Estados Unidos, Annapolis oferece algo para todos. Ao mesmo tempo que é uma cidade histórica, cheia de charme, antiguidades e acontecimentos históricos importantes, ela pode se orgulhar de restaurantes elegantes e sofisticados, hoteis com “história,” uma vida noturna bem variada, shopping centers enormes e de ter o terceiro maior casino do pais. Logo que você chegar aqui, independente da época que for visitar, os moradores lhe fazem sentir bem-vindo com o jeitinho de gente dos tempos mais antigos, bem hospitaleiros.
Fort McHenry - Monumento nacional de Fort McHenry e santuário histórico, local do em forma de estrelaforte que defendeu com sucesso Baltimore, Md., EUA, de um ataque britânico durante a guerra de 1812. Este evento foi a inspiração paraPoema de Francis Scott KeyA bandeira com estampas de estrelas. O forte, localizado na entrada do porto da cidade, foi construído no local de um forte anterior. Foi nomeado por James McHenry, um dos signatários da Constituição dos EUA e secretário de guerra (1796-1800).
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Welcome to Crystal Lake, Illinois
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Crystal Lake, Illinois
Crystal Lake is located 50 miles northwest of Chicago, a short drive from O'Hare International Airport, near major highways and interstates. The Union Pacific Rail Line provides easy access to downtown Chicago.
Crystal Lake's vibrant, historic downtown is home to over 170 businesses, including specialty stores, restaurants, and services which can be found within easy walking distance of each other. In the late 1800s Crystal Lake enjoyed nationwide fame through the manufacture of architectural terra cotta and TECO pottery. Downtown has several building adorned with this locally produced terra cotta including the newly renovated Raue Center for the Arts .
Crystal Lake boasts 2 of the very best public school systems in the region. 9 public grade schools, 3 Junior High Schools, parochial & private schools.
High School District 155 consists of 4 high schools, 3 that are in Crystal Lake.
Crystal Lake Central, Crystal Lake South & Prairie Ridge High School.
McHenry County Community College provides credit and non-credit educational and training opportunities as well as special events for close to 60,000 participants annually. The college serves the 5th most rapidly growing county in Illinois
One of Crystal Lakes greatest attractions is its public park system.
Over 1600 acres of parks and open space including Veteran Acres Park and Lippold Park and the crown jewel, the 230 Acre Crystal Lake,
consisting of 2 beaches for year round fun.
When in the area, visit us at 451 Coventry Lane, Crystal Lake, IL. We'd love to meet you!
Driving Downtown 4K - Baltimore's Main Street - USA
Driving Downtown Streets - Baltimore Street - Baltimore Maryland USA - Episode 6.
Starting Point: Baltimore Street & MLK Boulevard - .
Baltimore is the largest city in the U.S. state of Maryland, and the 29th-most populous city in the country. It was established by the Constitution of Maryland and is not part of any county, thus it is the largest independent city in the United States. Baltimore has more public monuments than any other city per capita in the country and is home to some of the earliest National Register historic districts in the nation, including Fell's Point (1969), Federal Hill (1970) and Mount Vernon Place (1971). More than 65,000 properties, or roughly one in three buildings in the city, are listed on the National Register, more than any other city in the nation.
Founded in 1729, Baltimore is the second largest seaport in the Mid-Atlantic. Baltimore's Inner Harbor was once the second leading port of entry for immigrants to the United States and a major manufacturing center. After a decline in major manufacturing, industrialization and rail transportation, Baltimore shifted to a service-oriented economy, with the Johns Hopkins Hospital (founded 1889), and Johns Hopkins University (founded 1876), now the city's top two employers.
Baltimore had a population of 621,849 in 2015; in 2010, that of Baltimore Metropolitan Area was 2.7 million, the 21st largest in the country. With hundreds of identified districts, Baltimore has been dubbed a city of neighborhoods. Famous residents have included the writers Edgar Allan Poe, Edith Hamilton, Frederick Douglass, and H.L. Mencken; jazz musician James Eubie Blake; singer Billie Holiday; actor and filmmaker John Waters; and baseball player Babe Ruth. In the War of 1812, Francis Scott Key wrote The Star-Spangled Banner, later the American national anthem, in the city. Almost a quarter of the jobs in the Baltimore region are in science, technology, engineering and math, in part attributed to its extensive undergraduate and graduate schools.
Baltimore's history and attractions have allowed the city to become a strong tourist destination on the East Coast. In 2014, the city hosted 24.5 million visitors, who spent $5.2 billion. The Baltimore Visitor Center, which is operated by Visit Baltimore, is located on Light Street in the Inner Harbor. Much of the city's tourism centers around the Inner Harbor, with the National Aquarium being Maryland's top tourist destination. Baltimore Harbor's restoration has made it a city of boats, with several historic ships and other attractions on display and open for the public to visit. The USS Constellation, the last Civil War-era vessel afloat, is docked at the head of the Inner Harbor; the USS Torsk, a submarine that holds the Navy's record for dives (more than 10,000); and the Coast Guard cutter Taney, the last surviving U.S. warship that was in Pearl Harbor during the Japanese attack on December 7, 1941, and which engaged Japanese Zero aircraft during the battle.
Also docked is the lightship Chesapeake, which for decades marked the entrance to Chesapeake Bay; and the Seven Foot Knoll Lighthouse, the oldest surviving screw-pile lighthouse on Chesapeake Bay, which once marked the mouth of the Patapsco River and the entrance to Baltimore. All of these attractions are owned and maintained by the Historic Ships in Baltimore organization. The Inner Harbor also is the home port of Pride of Baltimore II, the state of Maryland's goodwill ambassador ship, a reconstruction of a famous Baltimore Clipper ship.
Other popular tourist destinations throughout the city include Oriole Park at Camden Yards, Fort McHenry, the Mount Vernon and Fells Point neighborhoods, and museums such as the Walters Art Museum, the Baltimore Museum of Industry, and the B&O Railroad Museum.
Chicago, Cook, DuPage, Illinois, United States
Chicago, a city in the U.S. state of Illinois, is the third most populous city in the United States and the most populous city in the American Midwest, with approximately 2.7 million residents. Its metropolitan area, which extends into Indiana and Wisconsin, is the third-largest in the United States, after those of New York City and Los Angeles, with an estimated 9.8 million people. Chicago is the county seat of Cook County, though a small portion of the city limits also extends into DuPage County. Chicago was incorporated as a city in 1837, near a portage between the Great Lakes and the Mississippi River watershed. Today, Chicago is listed as an alpha+ global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network, and ranks seventh in the world in the 2012 Global Cities Index. The city is an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, telecommunications, and transportation, with O'Hare International Airport being the second-busiest airport in the world in terms of traffic movements. In 2008, Chicago hosted 45.6 million international and domestic visitors. Among metropolitan areas, Chicago has the fourth-largest gross domestic product (GDP) in the world, just behind Tokyo, New York City, and Los Angeles, and ranking ahead of London and Paris. Chicago is one of the most important Worldwide Centers of Commerce and trade. Chicago's notability has found expression in numerous forms of popular culture, including novels, plays, films, and songs. The city has many nicknames, which reflect the impressions and opinions about historical and contemporary Chicago. The best-known include Windy City and Second City.Chicago is located in northeastern Illinois on the southwestern shores of Lake Michigan. It is the principal city in Chicago Metropolitan Area situated in the Midwestern United States and the Great Lakes region. Chicago rests on a continental divide at the site of the Chicago Portage, connecting the Mississippi River and the Great Lakes watersheds. The city lies beside huge freshwater Lake Michigan, and two rivers the Chicago River in downtown and the Calumet River in the industrial far South Side flow entirely or partially through Chicago. Chicago is a major port city as the St Lawrence Seaway connects Lake Michigan with the Atlantic Ocean. The Chicago Sanitary and Ship Canal, which runs to the west of the City, connects the Chicago River with the Mississippi River, the fourth-longest river in the world. Chicago's history and economy are closely tied to its proximity to Lake Michigan. While the Chicago River historically handled much of the region's waterborne cargo, today's huge lake freighters use the city's Lake Calumet Harbor on the South Side. The lake also provides another positive effect, moderating Chicago's climate; making waterfront neighborhoods slightly warmer in winter and cooler in summer. When Chicago was founded in 1833, most of the early building began around the mouth of the Chicago River, as can be seen on a map of the city's original 58 blocks. The overall grade of the city's central, built-up areas, is relatively consistent with the natural flatness of its overall natural geography, generally exhibiting only slight differentiation otherwise. The average land elevation is 579 ft (176 m) above sea level. The lowest points are along the lake shore at 577 ft (176 m), while the highest point, at 735 ft (224 m), is a landfill located in the Hegewisch community area on the city's far south side. The Chicago Loop is the central business district, but Chicago is also a city of neighborhoods. Lake Shore Drive runs adjacent to a large portion of Chicago's lakefront. Some of the parks along the waterfront include Lincoln Park, Grant Park, Burnham Park and Jackson Park. Thirty-three public beaches are also found along the waterfront. Landfill extends into portions of the lake providing space for Navy Pier, Northerly Island, the Museum Campus, and large portions of the McCormick Place Convention Center. Most of the city's high-rise commercial and residential buildings can be found close to the waterfront. An informal name for the entire Chicago metropolitan area is Chicagoland. There is no precise definition for the term Chicagoland, but it generally means the city and its suburbs combined together. The Chicago Tribune, which coined the term, includes the city of Chicago, the rest of Cook County, eight nearby Illinois counties: Lake, McHenry, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Grundy, Will and Kankakee, and three counties in Indiana: Lake, Porter and LaPorte. The Illinois Department of Tourism defines Chicagoland as Cook County without the city of Chicago, and only Lake, DuPage, Kane and Will counties. The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce defines it as all of Cook and DuPage, Kane, Lake, McHenry and Will counties.
Grand Illinois Bike Tour - Ride Illinois
The Grand Illinois Bike Tour is a fully supported 6 day bike tour in Illinois. Now in its 16th year, the ride takes place annually mid-June, and attracts over 200 cyclists from across the country. Daily routes are around 50 miles, with longer route options available. Camping or motel, breakfast and dinners included. Proceeds benefit Ride Illinois, the state's bicycle advocacy organization. More info at rideillinois.org
Residence Inn Chicago Lombard - Lombard (Illinois) - United States
Residence Inn Chicago Lombard hotel city: Lombard (Illinois) - Country: United States
Address: 2001 South Highland Avenue; zip code: IL 60148
Lombard Residence Inn is located east of Chicago, a 10-minute drive to the Morton Arboretum. This all-suite hotel is pet friendly and features a 24-hour gym, outdoor pool, and studios with full kitchens. Free WiFi access is available.
-- Le Residence Inn Chicago Lombard se trouve dans l'est de Chicago, à 10 minutes de route du Morton Arboretum. Cet hôtel propose des hébergements pouvant accueillir les animaux domestiques.
-- El Lombard Residence Inn se encuentra al este de Chicago, a 10 minutos en coche del Morton Arboretum.
-- Lombard Residence Inn酒店位于芝加哥东部，距离莫顿植物园（Morton Arboretum）有10分钟的车程。这家全套房酒店允许客人携带宠物，设有24小时开放的健身房、室外游泳池和带全套厨房的一室公寓，提供免费WiFi。 Residence Inn Chicago Lombard酒店的一室公寓均提供宽敞的休息区以及宽大的餐桌。厨房配有洗碗机和烤箱；客房还提供带高清频道的高清电视。 ...
-- Отель Lombard Residence Inn расположен в западном пригороде Чикаго, в 10 минутах езды от дендрария Мортон-арборетум.
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Bride Killed in Helicopter Crash (Warning: Distressing Footage)
Warning: This is a distressing video. A video has been released showing a helicopter crash that killed four people on board a helicopter en-route to a wedding (December, 2016). The 32-year-old bride, Rosemere do Nascimento, had planned to surprise her fiancé Udirley Damasceno, who was waiting at the altar when the chopper crash landed a mile from the reception venue in a rural area on the outskirts of Sao Paulo in Brazil.
While it's *generally* unfair to speculate, the R44 piston machine was in what clearly appears to be IMC. Watch what happens to the aggressive bank around the 1:42 min mark before control is lost. It was careless flying.
All occupants (including a pregnant photopgrapher, Nayla Cristina Neves) were killed.