En el Downtown de Perth Amboy
Caminando por 5 esquinas, en la calle mas comercial de la ciudad de Perth Amboy.
Exploring Union Beach, NJ (2015)
Explore Union Beach from the ground, air and water. If you'd like to order a hi-def DVD of the video, visit:
visiting South Amboy New Jersey
i went on a mini vacation to new jersey.
Welcome to Union Beach
Union Beach calls itself the Best Little Town in New Jersey. And now, as the town prepares for the first-ever annual Union Beach Day (2015), Mayor Paul J. Smith Jr. tells us why it's a nice place to live, work and play.
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Morgan's Bluff | South Amboy NJ Apartments | Lincoln Property Company | LPC
South Amboy Apartments For Rent | Morgan's Bluff
Lincoln Property Company | LPC
1101 Klimek Place
South Amboy, NJ 08897
It’s time to check out Sayreville’s newest luxury apartments. Your new home at Morgan’s Bluff Apartments awaits you.
Resort-style amenities abound throughout our community, including an on-site clubhouse, 24-hour fitness center, sparkling saltwater pool, and convenient business center.
Inside your spacious one or two-bedroom apartment home, you’ll find amenities like designer kitchens, luxurious bathrooms, spacious closets, and private balconies with stunning views. A pet-friendly community, your furry friends are always welcome here.
Located near Cheesequake Creek and Garden State Parkway, our apartments are in the ideal location for both New York and New Jersey commuters. Surrounded by shops, restaurants, schools and more - our residents love to walk to their favorite haunts.
It’s time to feel at home in your own house, again. Come see your new apartment home at Morgan’s Bluff today.
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New Jersey (1940s)
A tour of New Jersey in the 1940s. To purchase a clean DVD of this film for personal home use or educational use contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. To license footage from this film for commercial use visit: travelfilmarchive.com
Sculptures by the Sea - Cottesloe 16th March 2013
Karen and myself went to see what was on offer this year at Sculptures by the Sea at Cottesloe. Some interesting work and some stuff that left you wondering if the artists were serious.
Miami-New York (LGA) flight: Takeoff, Fort Lauderdale, Statue of Liberty, Manhattan 2014-02-16
A fully annotated sightseeing-friendly inflight video of a sunny-all-the-way flight from balmy Miami to a crisp Arctic vortex winter day in New York
7:30 Takeoff run begins (to the west) on MIA runway 26L
8:47 SR 826 Palmetto Expressway
9:37 Florida's Turnpike
10:10-10:30 View of Everglades (turning right to proceed toward Atlantic coast)
13:00- 13:10 Western Broward County cities (while proceeding east)
13:10-13:45 I-595 Eastbound through southern Broward County
13:45 I-595 intersecting I-95, Fort Lauderdale FL
13:45-14:35 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport (FLL)
14:33-14:35 Port Everglades FL
14:40-14:45 17th Street SE, Fort Lauderdale FL
14:45-15:25 Fort Lauderdale Beach
15:25-21:20 Atlantic coastline towards Palm Beach County
21:20-43:40 Atlantic Ocean from Florida to North Carolina
25:20 Reaching 38,000' cruising altitude 70 miles east of Stuart, Florida
32:08 Cockpit announcement
34:03 Cabin service announcement
34:30 Beverage service
43:40 Ocean Isle Beach North Carolina (NC)
43:50-44:20 Holden Beach NC
44:20-45:10 Oak Island NC
46:05-46:30 Brunswick River & Wilmington NC
48:15 Lake Sutton NC
49:18 Henderson Field airport on left
49:18-50:00 Wallace NC
50:35-50:50 Rose Hill NC
51:45 PB Raiford Airport, Kenansville NC
1:05:15-1:05:55 Swift Creek Reservoir, Chesterfield County, Virginia (VA)
1:06:15-1:07:00 Richmond VA
1:08:50-1:09:00 Potomac River near Quantico VA
1:09:10-1:09:20 US 301 crossing Potomac River into MD (right side of river)
1:09:30-1:09:55 Colonial Beach VA
1:10:05-1:10:20 Potomac River
1:10:30 St Clements Island, Maryland (MD)
1:10:40-1:10:55 Coltons Point MD
1:11:30 Chalk Point Generating Station, Eagle Harbor MD
1:19:00 Leaving Maryland; entering Delaware near Marydel DE/MD
1:20:50 Chesapeake Bay at mouth of Susquehanna River MD
1:21:20-1:21:40 Smyrna DE
1:22:00 Leaving Delaware; entering New Jersey (NJ)
1:22:50-1:33:00 Fort Delaware State Park, Delaware City DE
1:22:15-1:22:30 Salem & Hope Creek (nuclear) Generating Station, Lower Alloways Creek, NJ
1:23:30-1:23:40 Delaware Memorial Bridge (Delaware Turnpike & New Jersey Turnpike)
1:24:10-1:24:30 Wilmington DE
1:24:55-1:25:05 Woodstown NJ
1:25:35-1:25:45 Marcus Rock Pennsylvania (PA)
1:25:50-1:26:00 Commodore Barry Bridge NJ/PA
1:26:15-1:26:30 Philadelphia International Airport (PHL)
1:26:55-1:27:30 Downtown Philadelphia PA
1:27:30-1:27:35 Benjamin Franklin Bridge (Philadelphia PA to Camden NJ)
1:28:00-1:28:15 Camden & Pennsauken Township, NJ
1:28:30-1:28:35 New Jersey Route 73 intersecting I-295 (Exit 36A) & New Jersey Turnpike (Exit 4), Mount Laurel NJ
1:28:40-1:30:30 I-295 (above) & I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike (below) en-route to northern New Jersey
1:30:10 Landing prep announcement
1:30:48-1:31:00 Trenton NJ
1:31:13-1:31:20 Bordentown NJ
1:31:45-1:31:50 Hamilton Township NJ
1:32:00-1:32:05 Jct I-195 & I-95 New Jersey Turnpike
1:32:05-1:32:15 I-95 / New Jeresy Turnpike (Exit 6) intersecting I-195 (Exit 7), Robbinsville, NJ
1:32:15-1:33:50 I-95 / New Jersey Turnpike continuing north towards New York City NY
1:33:00 Exit 8 New Jersey Turnpike, East Windsor NJ
1:33:27 Exit 8A New Jersey Turnpike, Rossmoor, Monroe Township NJ
1:35:22-1:35:35 Old Bridge Township, NJ
1:35:50-1:36:10 Garden State Parkway & South Amboy / Governor Alfred E Driscoll Bridge
1:36:27-1:36:35 Outerbridge Crossing (Left-Perth-Amboy NJ / Right-Staten Island, New York City, New York-NY)
1:38:20 Great Kills Harbor, Staten Island, New York NY
1:39:00-1:39:10 Verrazano-Narrows Bridge
1:39:20-1:39:50 Brooklyn NY (west)
1:39:55-1:40:05 Statue of Liberty, Liberty Island, New York NY
1:40:08 Ellis Island, New York ,NY
1:40:10 Governor's Island, New York NY
1:40:15-1:41:05 Lower Manhattan (1:40:40: One World Trade Center), New York NY - with Brooklyn Bridge (L) & Manhattan Bridge (R)
1:40:48-1:41:10 Brooklyn NY in foreground
1:41:15-1:41:20 Williamsburg Bridge, New York NY
Start of LGA runway 31 Expressway Approach
1:41:30-1:41:55 Midtown Manhattan, New York NY
1:42:45-1:43:00 LaGuardia Airport just before turning final
1:43:10-1:43:15 Grand Central Parkway, Queens, New York NY
1:43:15-1:43:25 Flushing Meadows--Corona Park
1:43:20-1:43:30 Citi Field
1:43:35 Touchdown on LGA runway 31
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Sandy Hook (Nude) Beach, New Jersey, USA
Sandy Hook Beach (Nude Beach) in New Jersey USA.
Amazing beach with view of Manhattan skyline, great for summer sunbathing, swimming, watching sunset and of course dreaming someday can live in one of those great building in Manhattan.
New York Harbor near Jersey City, New Jersey.
New York Harbor, a geographic term, refers collectively to the rivers, bays, and tidal estuaries near the mouth of the Hudson River in the vicinity of New York City.
This is sometimes construed in the sense the Ports of New York and New Jersey.
More narrowly, the term occasionally refers only to Upper New York Bay.
In the broad sense, the term includes the following bodies of water and their waterfronts: Upper New York Bay, Lower New York Bay, North River (i.e. the lowest part of the Hudson River), East River, Kill Van Kull, Newark Bay, Arthur Kill, The Narrows, Jamaica Bay, Raritan Bay, and Harlem River.
This includes about 1,200 square miles (3,100 km2), with over a 1,000 miles (1,600 km) of shoreline.
At peak it contained 650 miles (1,046 km) of developed waterfront in 11 individual, active ports in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island, Perth Amboy, Elizabeth, Bayonne, Newark, Jersey City, Hoboken, and Weehawken.
Although the U.S. Board of Geographic Names does not include the term, New York Harbor has important historical, governmental, commercial, and ecological usages.
Nautically, the Harbor consists of a complex of about 240 miles (386 km) of shipping channels (requiring pilotage), as well as anchorages and port facilities, centered on the Upper New York Bay.
Larger vessels require tugboat assistance for the sharper channel turns, for example from Kill van Kull into Port Newark.
The Harbor has the main entrance from the Atlantic Ocean to the southeast, between the Rockaway Point and Sandy Hook; it has another entrance via the Long Island Sound from the northeast at the outlet of the East River.
The Harbor extends to the southwest to the mouth of the Raritan River, to the northwest at Port Newark and to the north to the George Washington Bridge.
Other vehicular routes cross the Harbor include the PATH tunnel and lower down the Verrazano Narrows Bridge.