Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Virginia. #3 in my favorite. Pros and Cons
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Virginia. #3 in my favorite.
Pros and Cons
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Welcome to Fairfax County, Virginia!
Welcome to Fairfax County, the heart of Northern Virginia, just minutes from Washington, DC. From monumental historic sites to a myriad of outdoor recreation and some of the best shopping and dining on the East Coast, Fairfax County has a lot to offer. For your next vacation, come visit us and put yourself in perfect position to see and do all that the National Capital Region has to offer.
An HD Video tour of McLean, Virginia
Here's a short tour of part of McLean, Virginia, a suburban town in Fairfax County (Northern Virginia). I capture a small section of the town here (around the area where Chain Bridge Road and Old Dominion Drive intersect) but it's an area I know well, having grown up here over the last 19 or so years. As you'll see, the center of McLean isn't a particularly lovely place. A lot of it is just roads and parking lots, and the architecture is pretty dull. I wouldn't recommend taking a walking tour myself! However, Fairfax County itself has lots of trees and forests, so don't think that the area around 'downtown' McLean looks like this too. I made the video so that, 20 or 30 years from now, wherever I happen to be, I can look back and remember the town where I grew up. I hope that somehow it will be useful to you, too.
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626 Chain Bridge Rd McLean, Virginia 22101
Elegant gated estate with views of the Potomac River, located in one of the most sought after locations in the Washington DC area, on McLean's Gold Coast. Once belonging to former Secretary of State, Alexander Haig, this Georgian style home encompasses an estimated 11,750 square feet of finished space. The generous room sizes, floor to ceiling windows and doors, along with the stunning renovation opening the kitchen and family room, make this home perfect for formal entertaining. Featuring 6 bedrooms along with 9 bathrooms, a theater room, a new smart home audio visual system, home gym with sauna and parking for up to 20 cars, this beautiful home will make any large family comfortable in their own private retreat.
Tyson's Galleria in Mclean, Virginia - February 19. 2016
This is Tyson's Galleria center, an uppity mall located in Mclean, Virginia, a Washington DC suburb. There are many high end stores here including Gucci, Saks Fifth Avenue, Kate Spade, Louis Vitton and more. I don't go to this mall too much. If there was a Walmart here or Sears I would.
Great Falls, Virginia, USA 2014
At Great Falls, the Potomac River builds up speed and force as it falls over a series of steep, jagged rocks and flows through the narrow Mather Gorge. The Patowmack Canal offers a glimpse into the early history of this country. Great Falls Park has many opportunities to explore history and nature, all in a beautiful 800-acre park only 15 miles from the Nation's Capital.
Great Falls Park, Virginia
The Potomac River in Washington, DC looks peaceful enough. But drive 15 miles to Great Falls and the Potomac River is anything but peaceful as it spills over steep, jagged rocks and flows through a narrow gorge. Surrounding these raging, sometimes deadly Potomac waters is the most beautiful park in the DC area, the 800-acre Great Falls National Park. The scenery is out of this world.
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