Things to do/see in Cape Cod Massachusetts(MA) and Martha Vineyard
Things to do/see in Cape Cod Massachusetts(MA)
Cape cod - Vacation offers Breathtaking scenic beauty, finest dining, best beaches , superior accommodation and best golf courses.
Cape cod beaches are considered among the best of the world.Especially those on cape cod national seashore.Coast guard beach(one of america's best beaches) and race point beach are among them .
Perfect place for swimming, kayaking, sailing and snorkeling.
Discover cape cod for richness of its art, history and culture.
Places to visit in Cape cod- JFK Hyannis museum , sandwich glass museum and pilgrim monument Provincetown, well fleet drive in theatre
Various land and sea activities- Deep sea fishing,whale watching , golf(longest golf season), hiking on nature trails,cycling on 100 mile stretch of scenic paths.
Accessible from anywhere whether you are traveling by air or car. Is around 75 miles from Boston.
Stay- we stayed at a very comfortable and budget friendly hotel( Resort and conference center at Hyannis), and it was in between Provincetown and Falmouth. Hyannis - Falmouth(20 miles approx) and Hyannis - Provincetown(47 miles approx)
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Martha Vineyard - It is a beautiful island located on south of Cape cod.
Can be reached through ferry. It is preferable to take Island Queen ferry from Falmouth Cape Cod to Oak Bluffs (MY) was it is budget friendly (offers $20 return ticket). Once in Martha one can rent a bike, moped or car and enjoy the scenic beauty of the island with some trails offering ocean view on both side of rode.
Places to visit in Martha-
Oak Bluffs Town Beach
Oak Bluffs Campground
Cedar Tree Neck Sanctuary
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Top 12 Best Tourist Attractions in Edgartown - Massachusetts
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Top 12 Best Tourist Attractions in Edgartown - Massachusetts: Edgartown Lighthouse, South Beach, Chappaquiddick, Morning Glory Farm, Mytoi, Bad Martha Farmer's Brewery, Katama Airfield, Katama Beach, Martha's Vineyard Museum, Old Whaling Church, Edgartown Public Library, Bend in the Road Beach,
A Beach Getaway on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts
Are you a fan of Jaws and the Kennedy family? If so you might want to visit Martha's Vineyard, the beach vacation destination for many Bostonians and famous people. WE visited for three days exploring Chappaquiddick Island, Aquinnah Cliffs, sunset at Menemsha and the gorgeous town of Edgartown.
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Edgartown is a town located on Martha's Vineyard in Dukes County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 4,067 at the 2010 census. It is the county seat of Dukes County. Edgartown has the largest area in the entirety of Dukes County and Martha's Vineyard.
In 1642, Rev. Thomas Mayhew, Jr. led a group of families to start a colony on the island after its purchase by his father Thomas Mayhew. Originally called Great Harbor, it was incorporated in 1671, and is one of the two original towns on Martha's Vineyard, along with Tisbury. The town's current name is in honor of Edgar, the young son of James II of England who died at the age of three in 1671.
The younger Mayhew began his work which led to his becoming the first church planting Protestant missionary after he settled in Edgartown. A Wampanoag Indian named Hiacoomes who lived nearby became his partner in founding the churches in the Indian communities.
Edgartown is well known as having been one of the primary ports for the whaling industry during the 1800s. Ships from all over the world would dock in its sheltered bay and captains would build grand mansions for their families with ornate top floor rooms called widow's walks, which overlooked the harbor. A myth developed that wives would watch for months from these tiny rooms, hoping to see the sails of ships that would bring their husbands home from the sea. There is little or no evidence that widow's walks were intended or regularly used for this purpose. They were frequently built around the chimney of the residence, thus creating an easy access route to the structure, allowing the residents of the home to pour sand down burning chimneys in the event of a chimney fire in the hopes of preventing the house from burning down.
As more economical alternatives became available the whaling industry began to decline. By the beginning of the 20th century, its influence on the tiny town which had made its fortunes through the industry, was ended. Today the town is more known for tourism, as well as the site of Chappaquiddick, where Ted Kennedy's infamous incident took place in 1969.
Edgartown was an old whaling port and is now a summer and tourist destination with a multitude of houses built by whaling captains and other prominent people of prior centuries. The growth of the population over the past 25 years has led to a period of intense renewal of these old houses. Water Street along the harbor is the location of many of these Captain's Homes which line both sides of the street. The town has also encouraged renovation of historical structures. As part of this effort, the Whaling Church, a large 18th century church, has been converted to a performing arts center and the adjacent Daniel Fisher House is now used for a variety of social functions. In addition to the architecture of the town, Edgartown is easily traversed on foot or bicycle, making it attractive to tourists.
Edgartown was used as the main shooting location for the town of Amity in Steven Spielberg's 1975 blockbuster Jaws. Many landmarks and buildings in Edgartown that were filmed in the movie can still be seen today.
The Edgartown Light at the end of north Water Street defines the entrance to the Harbor. The harbor is large and entered through a modest sized channel on the North side of Edgartown. It opens into Katama Bay, created by a barrier beach that sometimes connects the south end of Chappaquiddick to the remainder of Edgartown, The barrier beach opened during a spring storm in 2007. This has led to a 3 knot current through Katama Bay and Edgartown Harbor. This protected body of water provides ample mooring for small and large boats. The opening of the harbor will accommodate large sailing and motorized boats, but will not accommodate large ships or yachts which may anchor outside the harbor.
Another feature is South Beach, a small part of the ocean beach that runs the entire southern length of the island from Edgartown to Aquinnah. It can be reached by driving or riding the bus south from Edgartown center for approximately 2.5 miles. South Beach is a crashing ocean beach. It is a major destination for tourists. Much of the beach in Edgartown is open to the public with ample parking available.
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Top 10 Best Tourist Attractions In Maine
Top 10 Best Tourist Attractions In Maine - Top 10 tourist attractions in Maine. Explore sightseeing, travel destinations & fun things to do in Maine at famous attractions like Marginal Way. Maine is just a short drive away from Canada and has the farthest east and farthest north points of the United States. Most people know the Pine Tree State or Vacationland for its scenic natural beauty, with rocky coastlines, heavy forests, and rolling mountains. Visitors enjoy going out onto the water, hiking through mountains, or going skiing at a world class resort. You can also find all of the cultural activities you want with museums, symphonies, and theater. Visiting Maine gives you the chance to explore history, seeing the inspiration for Thoreau's journals The Maine Woods or make your own memories at the following top 10 attractions in Maine.
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Places to see in ( Dallas - USA )
Places to see in ( Dallas - USA )
Dallas, a modern metropolis in north Texas, is a commercial and cultural hub of the region. Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza commemorates the site of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination in 1963. In the Arts District, the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art cover thousands of years of art. The sleek Nasher Sculpture Center showcases contemporary sculpture.
Dallas is the largest and most populated city in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, which is also referred to as DFW, North Texas, or The Metroplex. Located in the north central portion of the state, The Metroplex is the most populated area in Texas. The City of Dallas by itself is the third most populated in the state behind Houston and San Antonio. DFW is home to the Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League, and you'll regularly be reminded of The Metroplex's mass enthusiasm for the team. With more shopping centers per capita than any other city in the US, Dallas is also known as a shopper's paradise.
Dallas is Texas' most mythical city, with a past and present rich in the stuff that American legends are made of. The 'Big D' is famous for its contributions to popular culture – notably the Cowboys and their cheerleaders, and Dallas, the TV series that once was a worldwide symbol of the USA. An upscale ethos makes for a vaunted dining and shopping scene, where the more conspicuous your consumption, the better.
Many districts in Dallas such as :
Downtown (West End Historic District, Reunion District, Government District, Convention Center District, Arts District, City Center District, Main Street District, Farmers Market District)
Oak Lawn and Uptown (Turtle Creek, Design District, Victory Park, West Village, Cedar Springs)
East Dallas (Lower Greenville, Deep Ellum, Old East Dallas, Lakewood, Casa Linda Estates)
North Dallas (Preston Hollow, Far North Dallas)
Park Cities (Highland Park, University Park)
Northwest Dallas (Koreatown, Love Field area)
Oak Cliff (North Oak Cliff, Kessler Park, Bishop Arts District, South Oak Cliff, Cockrell Hill)
South Dallas (Fair Park area, Pleasant Grove, The Cedars, Southside, Exposition Park)
Arlington, home to AT&T Stadium
A lot to see in Dallas such as :
The Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza
The Dallas World Aquarium
Six Flags Over Texas
Dallas Museum Of Art
White Rock Lake
John F. Kennedy Memorial Plaza
Klyde Warren Park
Nasher Sculpture Center
Deep Ellum, Dallas
Bishop Arts District, Dallas
Cedar Hill State Park
George W. Bush Presidential Center
Cedar Ridge Preserve
Joe Pool Lake
Ripley's Believe It or Not!
Texas Discovery Gardens
Grapevine Vintage Railroad
Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park
Rory Meyers Children's Adventure Garden at the Dallas Arboretum
Trinity River Audubon Center
Arbor Hills Nature Preserve
Children's Aquarium at Fair Park
Dallas County Administration Building
White Rock Lake Park
Epic Waters Indoor Waterpark
SEA LIFE Grapevine Aquarium
LEGOLAND Discovery Center Dallas/Fort Worth
Dallas Heritage Village
Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge
Dallas County Courthouse
Bahama Beach Waterpark
The Grassy Knoll
Great Trinity Forest
Dallas City Hall
( Dallas - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting Dallas . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in Dallas - USA
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