The Most Beautiful Towns in America | Top List 2019
These are The Most Beautiful Towns in America.
Harpers Ferry, West Virginia
Asheville, North Carolina
Lake Placid, New York
St. Augustine, Florida
Big Sur, California
Newport, Rhode Island
Friday Harbor, Washington
Santa Barbara, California
Taos, New Mexico
Traverse City, Michigan
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Boston - USA - New England 1970's
The Historic City of Boston in Massachusetts.
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Miami Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
With its pristine beaches and palm tree-lined streets, Miami is one of the top tourist destinations in the country.
Start your Miami tour out right with a sample of delicious Cuban cuisine, followed by some Latin dancing. You’ll find plenty of places all over the city to indulge in both, as well as art galleries, theaters, and numerous murals that contribute to Miami’s artistic spirit. Visit South Beach, or SoBe if you’re a local, and admire its Art Deco district, which is full of remarkable pre-World War II architecture.
Continue your Miami sightseeing at iconic Miami Beach, where the streets are lined with palm trees, exotic hotels, and eye-popping cars. Move on to the white sands of the beach itself and lay out in the sun, or try some more physical activities, like paddleboarding, biking, or in-line skating along the boardwalks.
No trip to Miami is complete without a visit to the Everglades and the nearby wildlife habitats, like the Jungle Zoo, where you can get up close and personal with a variety of living creatures. Don’t forget to say hello to the pink flamingos!
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Happiest City in America - San Jose California - San Jose Tourism
Did you know that San Jose, California is the Happiest City in America? Forbes and others have put it at the top of their lists, and once you meet the people and places found in this great city, you'll likely see why. Watch now to see what makes San Jose everyone's happy place!
French Quarter Inn, Charleston - Hotel Guide
French Quarter Inn, Charleston, South Carolina, USA ★★★★
Regularly ranked among the city of Charleston's most luxurious retreats, the French Quarter Inn captivates guests with an experience similar to that of visiting the gracious home of a charming Southern friend. The exquisitely designed Charleston hideaway will provide you with a taste of the Historic District's refined past. The hotel offers modern touches, including a welcome champagne toast and spacious Italian marble bathrooms, this is your home away from home. Prepare to be pampered with such unexpected delights and inclusive amenities, such as our seven pillow menu and evening turndown service with a Charleston treat.
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No music! Army vs. UFO (1942; Los Angeles). Captured on Film w/CBS Radio Report of Battle.
1942 footage and radio report of Battle of Los Angeles synchronized to Byron Palmer's detailed account of the UFO incident witnessed by a million people on 26 February in sky over southern California. There were a minimum 1430 artillery rounds fired at the object.
Palmer was an announcer for the Columbia Broadcasting System (CBS) in those days of dominant nationwide radio mass media with television still the embryo.
Note Mr. Palmer's reference to the unidentified flying object as a craft. Note also Palmer's pronunciation of Los Angeles with hard g sound (as in go). His was typical way of pronouncing city's name at that time and earlier by native and non-native Angelenos alike. In fact, it is closer to original Spanish pronunciation which uses the hard g. Cf. Loce Ahng-hail-ais. Using the soft g (as in gentry) in voicing Los Angeles is a modern conceit.
After a stint in Army Air Force in the Pacific theatre during WW II, Byron Palmer became a star of Broadway stage, Hollywood film, and television.
This historic record of the 1942 sighting, which triggered the era of official UFO secrecy by U.S. government, speaks for itself. It is presented without distracting musical soundtrack. See links to additional photographs and news accounts below.
Photographic analysis seemingly explodes ad hoc explanations offered from 1942 to date. These include slow-moving blimp, Japanese aircraft, weather balloon, mass hallucination triggered by war hysteria, and light reflection.
Newspaper and eyewitness accounts:
Los Angeles Times UFO photograph (Page B; 26 February 1942)
Computer analysis of the 1942 UFO photograph
Air raid sirens were sounded throughout Los Angeles County on the night of 24 - 25 February 1942. A total blackout was ordered and thousands of air raid wardens were summoned to their positions. At 3.16 a.m. the 37th Coast Artillery Brigade began firing 12.8-pound anti-aircraft shells into the air at reported aircraft; over 1,400 shells would eventually be fired. Pilots of the 4th Interceptor Command were alerted but their aircraft remained grounded. The artillery fire continued sporadically until 4.14 a.m. The all clear was sounded and the blackout order lifted at 7.21 a.m.
In addition to several buildings damaged by friendly fire, three civilians were killed by the anti-aircraft fire, and another three died of heart attacks attributed to the stress of the hour-long bombardment. The incident was front-page news along the U.S. Pacific coast, and earned some mass media coverage throughout the nation. Within hours of the end of the air raid, Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox held a press conference, saying the entire incident was a false alarm due to anxiety and war nerves. Knox's comments were followed by statements from the Army the next day that reflected General George C. Marshall's belief that the incident might have been caused by commercial airplanes used as a psychological warfare campaign to generate panic. Some contemporary press outlets suspected a cover up. An editorial in the Long Beach Independent wrote, There is a mysterious reticence about the whole affair and it appears that some form of censorship is trying to halt discussion on the matter. Speculation was rampant as to invading airplanes and their bases. Theories included a secret base in northern Mexico as well as Japanese submarines stationed offshore with the capability of carrying planes. Others speculated that the incident was either staged or exaggerated to give coastal defense industries an excuse to move further inland. Rep. Leland Ford of Santa Monica called for a Congressional investigation, saying, ...none of the explanations so far offered removed the episode from the category of 'complete mystification' ... this was either a practice raid, or a raid to throw a scare into 2,000,000 people, or a mistaken identity raid, or a raid to lay a political foundation to take away Southern California's war industries.
About The Inn at Cape Cod
The Historic Inn at Cape Cod is a unique B&B Inn with a 200 year tradition of fine hospitality, and is the perfect base from which to visit all the Cape's wonderful attractions.
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A glimpse beyond the stately Sycamore trees revealsa classic Tudor built in a bygone era, the type one might spy while exploring the English countryside. Yet this is Cleveland Lane, near the heart of downtown Princeton and the University, and this home, elegant and graceful and redolent with history, is where Woodrow Wilson lived when elected President of the United States in 1912.The 6-bedroom, 6.5-bath residence retains its historic splendor - generous rooms filled with natural light, gleaming wood floors, butler's pantry, multiple fireplaces, sunroom with peaked glass roof, formal staircase and built-in bookcases stretching to the ceiling - alongside modern elements that pay homage to the home's heritage, like the kitchen's premium Lacanche range paired with Richardson and Boynton hood, tastefully updated baths, and a recently replaced roof, to name just a few. Throughout the home, various studies encourage reflection, and a sky-lit studio (perfect for an artist!) offers a panoramic view of the Japanese-inspired garden, with gazebo and perfectly round pool, designed by noted landscape architect Robert Zion.
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Adam's Mark Buffalo, NY - RoomStays.com
Adam's Mark Buffalo
120 Church St, Buffalo, US, 14202
The Adam's Mark Buffalo Hotel is located less than a mile away from HSBC Arena and Coco-Field. Other nearby attractions such as St. Joseph Cathedral, Buffalo City hall, Erie Basin Arena and Fountain Plaza are easily accessible and guaranteed to keep visitors entertained.
Adam's Mark Buffalo hotel's air-conditioned rooms feature beds with premium bedding, 37 inch hi definition LCD televisions, high speed internet access, a refrigerator, as well as a microwave and coffee-tea maker. For your convenience there is also a hair dryer and ironing board. Hotel amenities include a fitness center, indoor swimming pool, steam room and sauna and full service restaurants.
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