Island Beach State Park, Seaside Park, New Jersey (Best in NJ)
Island Beach State Park, Seaside Park, New Jersey. Bonfires, body surfing, and boogie boarding. It's the best beach in NJ.
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Palisades Park in Alpine, NJ (2012 #1 most expensive zip code) by iTOWNSEE.com
In 2012 Alpine NJ was ranked by Forbes as America's most expensive ZIP code with a median home price of $4.25 million!
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One Park, Cliffside Park, New Jersey
One Park has arrived to Cliffside Park, NJ. Perched high above the Hudson River and affording sweeping views of Manhattan and New Jersey, One Park marks a defining moment in Cliffside Park's transformation. 200 one-four bedroom condominiums, each with outdoor space offer layouts and amenities to suit the varied needs for modern living.
Welcome to Union City, New Jersey, USA!!
Welcome to Union City, NJ, USA! This video shows street scenes from the city of Union City in New Jersey, in the United States. From 49th Street to Paterson Plank Rd (1st street), from Park Avenue to Kennedy Blvd, Citywide. Some of the streets that was recorded was Bergenline Avenue, Broadway, Park Avenue, 32nd Street, Palisade, Kennedy Blvd, Kerrigan Ave, Summit Ave, and much more. Also, the Hudson Bergen Light Rail Station in Bergenline was recorded. Obviously, not everything was recorded, otherwise, the video would be very long.
Union City has a population of more than 67,000 and is just about 1.3 miles square miles, and is the most densely populated city in the US. It's close to New York City and accessible. Some of the video clips was recorded in the borders of Union City, but focusing in Union City. For example, near the border of Jersey City / Union City once. Also, near the border of Weehawken twice (and recording in the Union City side and focusing in UC). Near the border of North Bergen twice, and near the border of West New York twice. The rest, was pure Union City. Please subscribe, so you been notify, since I will still making similar videos.
⁴ᴷ⁶⁰ Walking NYC : Fort Tryon Park, The Cloisters, Fort Washington Avenue & Broadway
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Take a walk with me through Fort Tryon Park, The Cloisters and Washington Heights in Upper Manhattan. Fort Tryon Park offers sweeping views of the George Washington Bridge and New Jersey. Many flowers are blooming due to the spring season. The Cloisters , part of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, specializes in medieval European art. I then take walks on Fort Washington Avenue and Broadway, visiting the neighborhood of Washington Heights.
Filmed April 14, 2019
1:40 - 190th Street (A) Subway Elevator
2:45 - Exiting the 190th Street Subway Station
5:56 - Fort Tryon Park Entrance at Fort Washington Avenue
7:20 - Someone asks me to take a picture
9:30 - Overlook of the George Washington Bridge, Hudson River, and New Jersey
12:30 - Billings Mansion
16:44 - Abby's Lawn
19:50 - Overlook at Fort Tryon Place
23:50 - Walking up to the Cloisters
27:30 - The Cloisters Main Entrance
36:15 - Sir William's Dog Run
41:50 - Exiting Fort Tryon Place onto Fort Washington Avenue
46:00 - Fort Washington Avenue & 190th Street
49:46 - Fort Washington Avenue & 187th Street
52:30 - Fort Washington Avenue & 185th Street
53:38 - Bennett Park
54:52 - Highest Natural Point on Manhattan (265 Feet Above Sea Level)
56:40 - Fort Washington Monument
57:40 - Fort Washington Avenue & 183rd Street
59:44 - 181st Street & Fort Washington Avenue
1:01:15 - 181st Street & Bennett Avenue
1:02:25 - Broadway & 181st Street
1:03:06 - Broadway & 182nd Street
1:04:00 - Broadway & 183rd Street
1:04:58 - Broadway & 184th Street
1:06:11 - Broadway & 185th Street
1:07:10 - Broadway & 186th Street
1:08:30 - Broadway & 187th Street
1:10:10 - Broadway & 189th Street
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Places to see in ( Bronx - USA )
Places to see in ( Bronx - USA )
The Bronx is a borough of New York City. It's known for Yankee Stadium, the home field of the New York Yankees baseball team. Dating from 1899, the vast Bronx Zoo houses hundreds of species of animals. Nearby, the sprawling New York Botanical Garden features a landmark greenhouse with rainforest and cactus displays. By the Hudson River, Wave Hill is a landscaped public garden with wooded paths and a cultural center.
The Bronx - sometimes abbreviated as BX in the city, and nicknamed The Boogie Down - with a population of 1,455,444 (2015 Est), is the only one of the five New York City boroughs that is mainly on the mainland of the United States, and not on an island (there are smaller adjacent islands that are part of the Bronx, and also an extremely small portion of Manhattan, called Marble Hill, lies on the mainland). The Bronx was originally part of Westchester County but was gradually annexed by New York City. The Bronx was completely incorporated into the city in 1898.
The Bronx is the only borough with the word “The” commonly associated with its name. That’s because in the early 1600’s, a Swedish settler named Jonas Bronck bought the land from the Native Americans who occupied the territory at the time. Whenever other land owners in the area wanted to travel to that area they would call it “The Bronck’s Land”, after his family name. At first he planned to use the land to grow tobacco crops, but it had a marshy terrain and hills, and therefore couldn’t grow anything on it.
The Bronx has a strong character all its own. It is the birthplace of rap/hip hop music and home to one of the country's most storied professional baseball teams, the New York Yankees, also known as the Bronx Bombers. Many ethnic groups have called the Bronx home over the years. Arthur Avenue is still a center of Italian American culture in New York, and many claim it has a more authentic feel than Manhattan's Little Italy. The South Bronx is more of a struggling area, but is the center of Puerto Rican culture and life. University Heights and Morris Heights are largely Dominican neighborhoods, while Woodlawn maintains a large population of Irish immigrants.
While the southern and central Bronx are mostly comprised of apartment buildings and densely built, the physical environment of the Bronx is more varied than what is normally portrayed in the popular media. For instance, Riverdale is a residential neighborhood of mostly detached single family homes located on bluffs overlooking the Hudson River. It looks more like a quiet suburb in The Bronx. Bronx Park and Van Cortlandt Park are two large and notably tranquil green spaces. City Island, located in Long Island Sound but officially part of the Bronx reminds people more of a small New England fishing village and is worth a visit. And there is a traditional downtown area called The Hub at 149 St. and Third Avenue. While not as large or extensive as the downtown area of major city, a lot of stores are in that location and it is more than just a neighborhood shopping district.
A lot to see in Bronx New York such as :
New York Botanical Garden
Van Cortlandt Park
Wave Hill Public Gardens
Pelham Bay Park
North Brother Island
The Bronx Museum of the Arts
North and South Brother Islands
The Woodlawn Cemetery and Conservancy
Enid A. Haupt Conservatory
Bronx Little Italy
Bartow-Pell Mansion Museum
The Edgar Allan Poe Cottage
Yankee Stadium Tours
Throgs Neck Bridge
Ferry Point Park
The Van Cortlandt House Museum
St. Mary's Park
Middletown - Pelham Bay
Roberto Clemente State Park
Westchester Square, Bronx
Barretto Point Park
Trump Golf Links, Ferry Point
Wild Asia Monorail
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Places to see in ( Arlington - USA )
Places to see in ( Arlington - USA )
Arlington is an urban county in Virginia, directly across the Potomac River from Washington, D.C. With a population of 210,000, yet a land area of only about 26 square miles, Arlington is one of America's mostly densely populated jurisdictions. Despite its density, Arlington mixes the best of both big city and suburban environments. No incorporated towns or cities lie within Arlington County borders; all local government is at the county level. Arlington has grown with the DC area, even during nation-wide economic downturns. This is mostly due to the large number of employees of the federal government and its contractors.
Arlington is part of the original ten miles square which the US Constitution dedicated as Washington DC, the nation's capital. In 1846, as a result of issues relating to congressional representation, worries by Arlington residents that D.C would ban slavery, and an economic downturn as a result of the fact that Federal government offices were located on the northern side of the Potomac River, the U.S. Congress returned Arlington and Alexandra to Virginia. Most travelers to Arlington will visit both Washington, D.C. and Arlington, and the two cities are seamlessly linked together by the Metrorail system.
If you plan to stick to the urban areas, park your car and only travel by foot and public transport. Arlington has an excellent public transportation system, which includes 4 Metrorail lines, a public bikeshare program, as well 2 bus systems. Driving an automobile can bring more troubles than it is worth, as many of Arlington's attractions suffer from a dearth of parking spaces, and the area is notorious for expensive parking tickets.
Arlington County is located in northeast Virginia and is surrounded by Fairfax County and the Falls Church to the southwest, the City of Alexandria to the southeast, and Washington, D.C. to the northeast directly across the Potomac River, which forms the county's northern border. Other landforms also form county borders, particularly Minor's Hill and Upton's Hill on the west. Some of these urban village communities include:
Radnor - Fort Myer Heights
A lot to see in Arlington VA such as :
Arlington National Cemetery
United States Marine Corps War Memorial
National 9/11 Pentagon Memorial
Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier
W & OD Trail head
Air Force Memorial
Long Bridge Park
Potomac Overlook Regional Park
DEA Museum & Visitors Center
Shirlington Dog Park
George Washington Memorial Parkway
Mount Vernon Trail
President John F. Kennedy Gravesite
The Observation Deck at CEB Tower
Rocky Run Park
Virginia Highlands Park
Bon Air Park Rose Garden
Long Branch Nature Center & Park
Capital Crescent Trail
Upton Hill Regional Park
Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge
Gulf Branch Nature Center & Park
Lubber Run Park
Crystal City Water Park
Arlington Arts Center
Fort C.F. Smith Park
Lacey Woods Park
Lubber Run Amphitheater
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Welcome to Guttenberg, New Jersey, USA!!
Welcome to Guttenberg, NJ, USA!! Located in Hudson County and it borders West New York to the south, North Bergen to the north and west, and the Hudson River to the east, which borders New York City by waters. Gutenberg is the most densely populated town in the United States, since it's very small (just 0.2 sq mi) and almost every land in taken, and dense. It's just 4 blocks long and 10 blocks wide. It has more than 11,000 residents and also is one of the most densely populated municipalities worldwide. In this video, part of the following streets are recorded: JFK Boulevard East, Bellevue Ave, Park Ave, Polk Street, Broadway, Bergenline Ave, Kennedy Blvd, 68th St, 69th St, 70th St, Ferry St. and River Rd. You can see in this video the Galaxy Towers, and the road the cut through it (Ferry St.)
Full Show: New York City Apartments Inspired by Social Media Experts | Open House TV
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