Hidden Gems of Orange County, California
From its citric heritage to its theme parks and beautiful beaches, Orange County, California is a fascinating place with a lot to offer. In Part 1 of my Hidden Gems series, I highlight 5 places that make Orange County truly unique. I’ve provided a list below with location information:
1) California Scenario aka “the Noguchi Garden.” Costa Mesa, CA
2) Irvine Ranch Historic Park. Irvine, CA
3) The Pirate Tower. Laguna Beach, CA
4) The Dana Point Arches. Dana Point, CA
5) Lyon Air Museum. Santa Ana, CA
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All historic images used in this video were obtained legally through Creative Commons or the Public Domain. Credits provided below in order of appearance:
1. “Irvine Ranch, circa 1920s” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
2. Citrus packing house, circa 1949 by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
3. “1953 Boy Scout Jamboree, Irvine Ranch” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
4. “Orange County: Fountain Valley, Garden Grove, Santa Ana, Orange” by Alfred Twu. Public Domain.
5. “Developer H.Sidney Woodruff presenting cup to winner of Dana Point yacht race, 1929” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
6. “Dana Point, Oct 29, 1965” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
7. “The headlands and the pier at Dana Point, California, circa 1925, prior to the construction of the harbor” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
8. “Trail at Dana Point buiilt by Ed Seeman circa 1927” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
9. “Dana Point, Oct 29, 1965” by Orange County Archives under CC BY 2.0
10. “Marchers in Camden, New Jersey demanding jobs during the Great Depression.” By GoodFreePhotos. Public Domain.
11. “MGEN William Lyon, USAF” by US Air Force. Public Domain.
12. “DC-3” by Pixaby under CC0 Public Domain Dedication.
13. “General of the Army Dwight D. Eisenhower” by Unknown. Public Domain.
14. “A U.S. Army Air Force North American B-25C Mitchell bomber (s/n 41-12823) in flight near Inglewood, California (USA)” by Mark Sherwood. Public Domain.
Tour of the Largest Indoor Theme Park in America - Mall of America - Nickelodeon Universe
[HD] Tour of the World Largest Indoor Amusement Park inside the Biggest Mall in America. The name of the Amusement park is called Nickelodeon Universe and is located in Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota. There are plenty of attractions and 3 roller coasters inside the mall.
A Full Walk through tour of Nickelodeon Universe inside Mall of America.
If you guys don't know, Mall of America is the largest Mall in America with lots of retails and dining establishments. There's even a SeaLife Aquarium in the mall also.
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Video filmed August 2017.
Welcome to West Orange, New Jersey
westorange.org West Orange, the town Where Invention Lives, is a township of almost 45,000 people that has a total area of 12.2 square miles.The town unfolds across the first and second Watchung Mountains with well over 1,000 acres of open land including most of South Mountain Reservation as well as Eagle Rock Reservation. West Orange is bordered by Essex Fells, Livingston, Montclair, Millburn, Orange and Verona, NJ and is about 14 miles from New York City.
In addition, the recreation opportunities don't stop with the miles of hiking trails. There are 4 golf courses, the Turtle Back Zoo, Codey Skating Arena, Mini Golf Safari, Essex County Equestrian Club, Oscar Schindler Performing Arts Center, New Jersey's best events facilities, and dozens of restaurants featuring cuisines from around the world.
The downtown area features the Thomas Edison National Historical Park that recently received $16 million in improvements as well as the thriving Valley Arts District anchored by the Luna Stage Theater Company facility.
When you see all of these amazing amenities you'll understand why Mayor Robert Parisi says, Once you visit West Orange, you'll want to stay.
West Orange, New Jersey - Thomas Edison National Historical Park HD (2016)
Thomas Edison National Historical Park preserves Thomas Edison's laboratory and residence, Glenmont, in Llewellyn Park in West Orange in Essex County, New Jersey, United States. For more than 40 years, the laboratory had a major impact on the lives of people worldwide. Out of the West Orange laboratories came the motion picture camera, improved phonographs, sound recordings, silent and sound movies and the nickel-iron alkaline electric storage battery.
The history of how the site became a National Historical Park is complicated. Edison's home was designated as the Edison Home National Historic Site on December 6, 1955. The laboratory was designated as Edison Laboratory National Monument on July 14, 1956. On September 5, 1962, the 21-acre (85,000 m2) site containing the home and the laboratory were designated the Edison National Historic Site and overseen by the National Park Service. On March 30, 2009, it was renamed Thomas Edison National Historical Park, adding Thomas to the title in hopes to relieve confusion between the Edison sites in West Orange and Edison, New Jersey. Following extensive renovations of the laboratory complex, there was a grand reopening on October 10, 2009.
Beware These Worst Beaches for Shark Attacks!
Shark attacks seem to be on the rise in many parts of the world, therefore, you might want to steer clear of the following known shark-infested waters. Statistically, these are among the most dangerous beaches for deadly shark attacks.
1. Pernambuco, Brazil
The shockingly high attack rate in these waters appears to be due to over-fishing. Without enough food supply, the sharks have begun to sample other forms of fare to satisfy their relentless hunger.
2. Second Beach, South Africa
The beach is popular among shark-seeking tourists and cage divers. Tour operators dump boatloads of bloody chum in the water order to entice the great whites. You definitely don’t want to surf or swim anywhere near these boats and their chum lines.
3. New Smyrna Beach, Florida
More than 238 shark attacks have been documented at Florida’s (surprisingly) popular New Smyrna Beach. In fact, 15% of worldwide shark bites have occurred here. Most of the bites are courtesy of baby bull sharks that favor these waters. To date, none of the recorded attacks here have been fatal.
4. Velzyland Beach, Hawaii
About 41 different shark species that frequent Hawaii’s waters including aggressive specimens like bull sharks and great whites. The last fatal shark attack at this beach occurred in 1994 when a tiger shark attacked a surfer. More recent attacks on surfers have been reported, but none fatal.
5. New South Wales, Australia
This region, which includes famous Bondi Beach, has recorded more than 170 unprovoked shark attacks and more than 50 fatal attacks, and great white shark encounters are more common here than in other parts of the world. Due to the position of the continental shelf, swimmers and surfers are in close proximity of deep waters where these potential predators cruise.
6. Fletcher Cove, California
Fletcher Cove may be picturesque, but it is also the scene of 142 unprovoked shark attacks, including some recent fatalities. Scientists are convinced that the fish-strewn waters in this region are ideal feeding grounds for large predators like the great white.
7. Reunion Island, Indian Ocean
This island has had more than 10 attacks in a recent two-year period, three being fatal. This has prompted island officials to close the beaches to swimmers and surfers. Experts aren’t sure why the sharks are biting people with greater frequency.
8. Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
Since 2005, there have been more than fifty attacks. In fact, researchers have claimed that South Carolina’s waters are just as dangerous as Florida’s when comparing the swimmer-to-attack ratio. Their waters are attractive to species like tiger sharks and bull sharks.
9. Coffin Bay, Australia
The name says it all. Don’t swim here unless you fancy a meeting with a great white. Recently an abalone diver was attacked and killed by two great white sharks. His body was never recovered.
10. Surf Beach, California
A nineteen-year-old surfer was attacked and killed a few years ago by a great white shark believed to be 18 feet in length. The waters here are home to seals, which attract great whites in large numbers.
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Irvington NJ (2007 highest crime rate TOWN in America) by iTOWNSEE.com
In 2007 Irvington NJ had higher crime rate than Camden NJ, but since it has a population less than 75,000, it wasn't eligible to rank as one of the most dangerous cities in the country. That being said, I lived in Irvington for 6 years and it definitely has a special place in my heart.
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Best Water Parks in the USA
Simply Swim Counts down 5 of the best water parks in the USA.
5. Water Country USA, Virginia
4.Noah’s Ark Water Park, Wisconsin Dells
3. Schlitterbahn Water Parks, Kansas City, Kansas.
2. Holiday World and Splashin’ Safari, Indiana
1. Typhoon Lagoon Disney World in Orlando
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Top 10 Best Cities To Live In California
One of every eight Americans lives in California, and it’s easy to see what attracts them with the Pacific Coast, redwood forests, Sierra Nevada Mountains, Mojave Desert and a Mediterranean climate. The Golden State is home to some of the country's best places to work including Google, Intel and Scripps Health.
These are the best cities to live in California if you're planning to move here. California is a large state which more than 38 million people call home.
But which places within its borders are the best? As part of an ongoing series to find the best spots to live in each of the 50 states.
Here are the 10 best places to live in California, the shiniest spots in The Golden State:
1. City of Orange.
2. City of Placentia.
3. City of Irvine.
4. City of San Carlos.
5. City of San Juan Capistrano.
6. City of Cypress.
7. City of Coronado.
8. City of Yorba Linda.
9. City of La Palma.
10. City of San Mateo.
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