Conrad Caldwell House | Louisville Life | KET
Louisville Life visits the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, called Conrad's Castle, located at the center of one of the largest collections of Victorian homes in the United States. We tour the Edwardian Age wonder, which features a special exhibition that honors the 100th anniversary of World War I and gives special focus to Louisville's Camp Zachary Taylor.
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Lincoln's Tomb - Springfield, IL - 1080HD
Located at the Oakridge Cemetery in Springfield Illinois you'll find the final resting place for Abraham Lincoln along with the rest of his immediate family (with the exception of one of his sons).
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Tail Of The Dragon - Like 195 MPH - Time Lapse Hi Def - 318 Curves 7 Cops 11 Miles - Gatlinburg
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Dragon Tail - 318 Curves, 7 Cops - All In 11 Miles - May 2011
Hi Def Time Lapse --- The Complete Run
Deal's Gap, NC To Foothills Parkway, TN
50 Minutes of Drive Time Compressed To 9 Minutes - Since we were driving at 35 mph, this video is like you are driving the Dragon Tail at 195 MPH!
Dragon Tail - 11 miles of road with 318 curves. A great drive with the top down and especially for motorcycles. One end is at Deal's Gap Motorcycle Resort and the other end is at the entrance to the Foothills Parkway. Most of the road is in Tennessee. This was our second time on the tail....the first time was last fall with all the fall foliage. Both times with the top down on the convertible - which accounts for some of the windshield glare. Sorry about that - but was too beautiful a day to leave it up! Last time we drove the Dragon, we saw 3 wrecks - all motorcycles - so be careful. Don't end up with bits and pieces on the Tree of Shame!
The day we drove this for the photos and movie, we counted SEVEN cops - almost all speed traps. Enjoy - but drive safely. (See if you can spot all seven!)
BTW, Movie Trivia: Where we pull off the road, you can see the dam used in the movie, The Fugitive, with Harrison Ford and Tommy Lee Jones - where Dr. Richard Kimble jumped from the dam to escape Deputy Samuel Gerard. The freight train wreck that was staged for the movie is down the road from this shot, just outside of Dillsboro, North Carolina. The train wreckage is still there.
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Explore Exciting Los Angeles, CA with The Élan Hotel
The Élan Hotel in Los Angeles, CA is ideally situated near the hottest local spots. From world-class shopping and dining, to Hollywood attractions, The Élan Hotel makes a great home base for your Los Angeles vacation. For more information and reservations, visit or call 866-203-2212.
103 Poplar Lane, Occoquan, VA 22125
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Amazing gated waterfront estate along the Occoquan River with amazing vistas throughout the entire house. Beautifully landscaped, this 10,000 sq. ft. custom home is an entertainer’s dream; featuring a Canadian stone exterior, large bold eaves, very nice molding, aluminum clad windows, and mahogany double doors at the entrance.
The main level boasts beautifully striking black walnut hardwood floors with different shades, two grand spiral staircase, a library, a formal living room offering beautiful crown molding, chair rail, wainscoting, mason gas fireplace with beautiful wooden mantle. The gourmet kitchen has white cabinets, granite countertops, top of the line appliances such as a Subzero refrigerator, Wolf range, Bosch dishwasher, new Kitchenaid ovens with breakfast area looking over the deck, and two center islands perfect for entertaining. The family room includes a gorgeous mason fireplace and views over the river, and gazebo.
The upper level has an abundance of natural light with 3 secondary en-suite bedrooms, a master suite with skylights with motor controlled blinds, and a gorgeous porch overlooking the river, and a master bath with a double person soaking tub and light therapy, separate glass brick wall shower, linen closet and black granite sinks.
The Fourth level loft perfect for office space with lots of light and view of the river.
The lower level has hardwood floors, wet bar with refrigerator, rec room with river views, full bath, and bedroom. Spacious 4-car heated garage with plenty of space for 8 cars, if wanted.
The rear exterior is an entertainer’s dream features huge deck with walkway path to yard, dock with electric lift for 6+ boats, gazebo.
Casey Margenau home tour at 103 Poplar Lane, Occoquan VA 22125
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Car Camera - Lincoln, NE - Vets Hospital to I-80/U.S. 77 North Interchange . 2013 ( ネブラスカ州リンカーン )
City time! Under rush hour traffic and skies that threat of rain, we travel along a busy thoroughfare, from Lincoln, Nebraska, U.S.A.'s east-central side to the north entrance of Lincoln.
We begin at O Street, Lincoln's central, main street on 70th Street and head straight north. One of my favorite things here in the city is the beginning portion of N. 70th between O and Vine Streets. The houses along here are 1950's prefab houses, so you have the low-slanted roofs, car ports, goofy windows, etc. Most if not all are in great shape yet to this day!
We reach N. 70h and Vine where the former small town of Meadow Lane used to be... now a shopping center. A bit further north yet and we go through areas that used to be be the former small towns of Bethany and Havelock. Pretty much all of the areas in this part of town are residential... like small towns in a small city!
...until we get to Havelock Avenue. Just past Havelock Ave., on the left, is BNSF Railway's Havelock Yard, a major repair shop hub for the BNSF system. All we can really see here is he rows of train cars, but the shop takes up a good chunk of land! Then into industrial. A fun place sometimes to go by is Cleaver Brooks and the Deeter Foundry... sometimes you can see the biggest things made roll out of these places!
A little further north, going into the countryside, is the Abbott Sports Center where the University of Nebraska at Lincoln's Soccer Team used to play... not sure if they still do (new field elsewhere?). Lincoln Electric System's (LES) two wind turbines sit straight ahead, but unfortunately today they are still :( (they were the first wind turbines in the state years ago).
A left turn back into Lincoln and we run into more commercial/industrial development (where the pot holes from semis are as big as chuck holes!)... and finally Interstate 80 where U.S. Highway 77 overlaps west and goes north towards Wahoo.
A nice ride for a beautiful day (I like the rain). Please never mind the two bird droppings on my front hood. Sorry about some of the focusing problems... should have used my windshield wipers ~_~ . Anyways, please enjoy!
00:19 - Northbound on S. 70th Street.
00:36 - O Street intersection (U.S. Highway 34). Here, 70th St. continues at N. 70th Street.
00:51 - Dead Man's Run flows underneath the street here (culvert).
1:58 - Vine Street intersection. The former small town of Meadow Lane once was here.
4:18 - The Northeast YMCA can be seen on the left.
6:02 - Fremont Street intersection. Mahoney Park is on the right.
7:36 - Burlington Avenue intersection. The BNSF Railway's Havelock Yard is on the left.
9:09 - Cornhusker Highway (U.S. Highway 6) intersection.
11:06 - Salt Creek bridge. The beginnings of Abbott Sports Center can be seen on the right across the bridge.
11:35 - Lincoln City Limits (leaving Lincoln). LES's wind turbines are barely visible just beyond the trees ahead before we turn.
11:56 - Westbound on Arbor Road.
12:24 - Lincoln City Limits (entering Lincoln again).
13:24 - Northbound on N. 56th Street (State Link L55X North).
13:29 - Interstate 80/U.S. Highway 77 North Interchange.
13:35 - I-80 East on and off-ramps. State Link L55X North ends, U.S. Hwy. 77 North comes off of the interstate off-ramp, enters and heads north from here (goes straight ahead). Now on U.S. Hwy. 77 North.
13:53 - I-80 West on and off-ramps. U.S. Hwy. 77 South turns west onto the interstate on-ramp here and follows I-80 through the city. State Link L55X South begins here and heads south (behind us).
14:00 - Southbound N. 56th Street (State Link L55X South).
14:15 - I-80 East (U.S. 77 North) on and off-ramps again.
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