Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Washington
Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Washington - Washington is best known for its biggest city of Seattle, but the Emerald State is also home to a staggering number of scenic destinations. Use this list of the best places to visit in Washington State as you plan your next trip itinerary.
Which destination do you consider the best place to visit in Washington State?
- Mount Rainier National Park
- Mount St. Helens
- Olympic National Park
- San Juan Islands
- North Cascades National Park
- Snoqualmie Falls
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Yep. Washington State is amazing, the coast has Long Beach which is the world's longest beach and it can be driven on, beautiful rain forests, tidal estuaries, rugged mountains in the Cascades, fertile farm lands and rugged barren land that is looks as if time has forgotten to change and more fertile land loaded with orchards and vineyards.
I often say that every state in the US could be a country to itself and Washington is living proof.
Ginkgo Petrified Forest State Park/Wanapum Recreational Area is a 7,470-acre state park at Vantage, Washington including 27,000 feet of freshwater shoreline on the Wanapum Reservoir on the Columbia River. Wikipedia
The Wild Horse Wind Farm is a 273-megawatt wind farm that generates energy for Puget Sound Energy that consists of one hundred twenty seven 1.8-megawatt Vestas V80 turbines and twenty two 2.0-megawatt ... Wikipedia
List 6 Tourist Attractions in Wenatchee, Washington | Travel to United States
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Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Virginia
Top 10 Best Places To Visit In Virginia - Virginia is for Lovers is the state's tourism slogan. Mountain lovers, animal lovers, history lovers, wine lovers – you name it, you'll find something to love in Virginia. To help you decide where you should plan a trip, U.S. News weighed factors like attractions, accessibility, accommodations and the input of everyday travelers to select the Best Places to Visit in Virginia.
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Yosemite National Park Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia
Yosemite National Park sits on the western slopes of California’s Sierra Nevada Mountains. Most visitors spend their time in Yosemite Valley, which despite being only 7 miles long and 1 mile wide, packs in more jaw-dropping scenery than just about any other place on Earth.
Near the valley entrance stop at Tunnel View, and stand before a panorama that’s reduced generations of visitors to silence. From Tunnel View it’s just a short drive to Bridalveil Fall. Fed by snowmelt, the fall reaches its thundering peak in May.
The Yosemite Valley ring road follows the banks of the Merced River, which shifts in character as it thunders from the valley walls, before gently winding across the valley floor. The ring road is dotted with trailheads that lead to 800 miles of hiking trails. The Four Mile Trail climbs the valley’s southern wall to two of Yosemite’s great outlooks, Glacier Point and Washburn Point. Further along the ring road is the trailhead for The Mist Trail, which offers stunning views of Vernal and Nevada Falls.
For thousands of years, the Ahwaneechee had villages throughout this valley, but it was at the base of Yosemite Falls where their great chief resided. Take the one-hour hike to the lower falls, or spend the day climbing all the way to the upper falls.
To the north of Yosemite Valley, is Tioga Road, one of the USA’s most scenic highways. Fill your lungs with alpine air at Olmsted Point, refresh yourself by the waters of Tenaya Lake, then spend the day at Tuolumne Meadow, the traditional summer hunting grounds of the Ahwaneechee.
From its high country to its waterfalls, its towering sequoia groves to its valley meadows, Yosemite is an American story unlike any other.
Lake Sammamish Estate in Bellevue, Washington
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Vassos Demetriou designed and singular in nature, this gated home offers the ultimate in lakeside living and entertainment opportunities. Only the finest of materials and hand-picked artisans curated a new standard of excellence. Indoor-outdoor living with sliding window walls, covered terraces and expansive views. Dual kitchens, ultimate media, elevators, indoor and outdoor BBQ, fire-pits, resistance pool, sports court, putting green, garages for 6 cars and incredible guest parking. Superb I-90 proximity!
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Ghost Towns of Colorado, United States
Ghost Mining Towns of Colorado, United States 2005 - Vicksburg, Winfield, Clear creek canyon, Rockdale-Silverdale
Colorado has over 1,500 ghost towns. Currently only about 640 remain. Due to incomplete records and legends that are now accepted as fact, no list will ever be complete. Ghost towns are predominantly of few reasons: mining towns, abandoned when the mines closed; many due to the devaluation of silver in 1893, mill towns that were abandoned when the mining towns closed, farming towns on the eastern plains deserted due to rural depopulation, coal towns abandoned when the coal, or need for it ran out, stage stops abandoned when the railroad came through, and the rail stops that were deserted when then railroad changed routes or abandoned the spurs. Some were resort towns which never brought in enough tourists. One or two were caused by the creation of reservoirs, or covered in mining tailings.
Ghost Towns of Colorado
Seattle Southside and Washington State Parks
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Tsunami Hits Brooklyn New York!
Huge Roaring Atlantic Ocean Waves, Heavy Wind And Rain At The Shore Road Walkway near the verrazano bridge. possible mini tsunami?
a present day borough of the New York City, it dates back more than 350 years. The settlement began in the seventeenth century which was founded by the Dutch was named Breuckelen grew to be a sizable city in the nineteenth century. In 1898 It was consolidated with New York City (then Manhattan and part of The Bronx) and with the rural areas of Queens and Staten Island, to form the modern New York City.
The Dutch were the first Europeans to settle the area on the western edge of Long Island, which was then largely inhabited by the Lenape Indians, a Native American people who are often referred to in contemporary colonial documents by a variation of the place name Canarsie. The Breuckelen settlement, named after Breukelen in the Netherlands, was part of New Netherland, and the Dutch West India Company lost little time in chartering the six original parishes (listed here first by their later, more common English names): * Gravesend: in 1645, settled under Dutch patent by English followers of the Anabaptist, Lady Deborah Moody * Brooklyn: as Breuckelen in 1646, after the town now spelled Breukelen, Netherlands * Flatlands: as New Amersfoort in 1647 * Flatbush: as Midwout in 1652 * New Utrecht: in 1657, after the city of Utrecht, Netherlands * Bushwick: as Boswijck in 1661
Many incidents and documents relating to this period are in Gabriel Furman's early (1824) compilation
The capital of the colony, New Amsterdam across the river, obtained its charter later than Brooklyn did, in 1653.
What is today Brooklyn left Dutch hands after the final English conquest of New Netherland in 1664, in a prelude to the Second AngloDutch War. New Netherland was taken in a naval action, and the conquerors renamed their prize in honor of the overall English naval commander, James, Duke of York; Brooklyn became a part of the Province of New York.
The English organized the six old Dutch towns of southwestern Long Island as Kings County on November 1, 1683,one of twelve counties then established in New York. This tract of land was recognized as a political entity for the first time, and the municipal groundwork was laid for a later expansive idea of Brooklyn identity.
On August 27, 1776, the Battle of Long Island (also known as the Battle of Brooklyn) was the first major engagement fought in the American Revolutionary War after independence was declared, and the largest of the entire conflict. British troops forced Continental Army troops under George Washington off the heights near the modern sites of Green-Wood Cemetery, Prospect Park, and Grand Army Plaza. Washington, viewing particularly fierce fighting at the Gowanus Creek from his vantage point atop a hill near the west end of present-day Atlantic Avenue, was famously reported to have emotionally exclaimed: What brave men I must this day lose! The fortified American positions at Brooklyn Heights consequently became untenable and were evacuated a few days later, leaving the British in control of New York Harbor. While Washington's defeat on the battlefield cast early doubts on his ability as commander, the subsequent tactical withdrawal of all his troops and supplies across the East River in a single night is seen by historians as one of his most brilliant triumphs
The surrounding region was controlled by the British for the duration of the war, as New York City was soon occupied and became their military and political base of operations in North America for the remainder of the conflict. The British generally enjoyed a dominant Loyalist sentiment from the remaining residents in Kings County who did not evacuate, though the region was also the center of the fledgling — and largely successful — American intelligence network, headed by Washington himself. The British set up a system of notorious prison ships off the coast of Brooklyn in Wallabout Bay, where more American patriots died of intentional neglect than died in combat on all the battlefields of the American Revolutionary War, combined. The Treaty of Paris in 1783 resulted, in part, with the evacuation of the British from New York City, celebrated by residents into the 20th century.
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The Red Lion Hotel - Bellevue, Washington
May 19, 2017 - Sure, on the surface, this hotel may look like your typical suburban freeway off-ramp motor inn, but no, it's much more. It's actually special to me in a way, in that it's one of the first hotels I ever remember definitely staying in back when I was seven years old.
When I was a kid, the Red Lion Hotel chain became a chain we could count on for our various summertime road trips between Vancouver and (usually) southern California. It's a good thing they are primarily located on the west coast of the United States in many of its major cities.
As I'm so sentimental about such things, I figured this was a good opportunity to film a little video about this blast from my past in Bellevue, Washington, just a quick hop across the lake from downtown Seattle.