Top 10 Best Places To Live In Texas
The Lone Star State, home of the Live Music Capital of the World, where everything is bigger, where near everything is better, and where the word pride may just not cut it. This true Southern state is not just great in size, but in countless other areas as well: a variety of nature, a whole country's worth of weather packed into one state, tons of things to do, plentiful places to explore, and, of course, its rich and unique history.
Deep in the heart of Texas are prairies, forests, rugged hills, desert land, a coastline and grasslands that give residents
multiple venues to enjoy life.
Here're the 10 best places to live in Texas in 2017.
2. Dallas / Fort Worth.
4. San Antonio.
5. El Paso.
7. The Woodlands.
10. Round Rock.
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Texas is the fastest growing state in the nation. The combination of low housing prices, plentiful employment opportunities and lack of a state income tax has made Texas the new frontier. All the new folks moving to the Lone Star State have one burning question: “Where should I raise my family?”
We scoured many different city rankings, and the following 10 cities have frequently popped up on list after list. Using parameters including crime rate, employment opportunities, school rankings, and overall family-friendliness, these cities consistently ranked high. Without further ado, here are the top ten best places to raise a family in Texas.
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Woodland Park, New Jersey - Drone Flight Over Garret Mountain Reservation (2018)
Garret Mountain Reservation is a 568-acre (230 ha) park located primarily in Woodland Park in southern Passaic County, New Jersey, United States and one of several National Natural Landmarks in New Jersey.
The reservation covers the northernmost part of the First Watchung Mountain and reaches over 500 feet (150 m) above sea level. Most of it is located within the Borough of Woodland Park (formerly West Paterson), although it also extends into the cities of Paterson and Clifton. Garret Mountain is easily accessible from both I-80 and the Garden State Parkway (via Route 19) as well as the local roads.
Garret Mountain is Passaic County's major recreational area, providing the visitors with grass fields, several miles of walking/running trails, basketball courts, picnic areas, Barbour's Pond is state stocked with fish for anglers, as well as an Equestrian Center with horseback riding lessons.
Since the park is an oasis of woodland surrounded by urbanity, Garret Mountain is a stopover point for migrating song birds, including 35 species of warblers, numerous vireos, orioles, sparrows and thrushes. Birdwatchers from the tri-state areas flock to this hotspot for great views of over 150 species per year along the easily accessible trails.
Lambert Castle, located on the eastern slope of the First Watchung Mountain, just off Route 19, is a 19th-century castle which has been recently renovated and now hosts the Passaic County Museum (open to the public). The Morris Canal once passed 0.2 miles (300 m) east of the castle. Up until 1962, the right-of-way now occupied by I-80 and Route 19 around Garrett Mountain was part of the Boonton Line of the Lackawanna Railroad.
The Passaic County Parks Department operates the park while the Passaic County Sheriff is responsible for law enforcement in the reservation. For the past several decades, the reservation has been the site of hundreds of high school and college cross country meets in the fall, including the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association (NJSIAA) High School State Sectional Championships at the end of every October.
Portland, Maine Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia (4K)
Portland, Saco, Cape Porpoise and Kennebunkport sit on the southern coastline of Maine. Part of Portland’s great charm is its working waterfront.
Amble down Commercial Street and spend a few hours drifting around the many wharves and piers. Then, follow the salty breezes through the streets and lanes of the historic port district.
Tour the ornate rooms of Victoria Mansion, and visit the historic home of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, one of America’s most beloved poets. Head west along Congress Street to the Portland Museum of Art. Many of the artists whose works feature here were inspired by Portland’s coastline, including one of the giants of American Art, Winslow Homer.
Cross the Fore River to South Portland and peer through the gun ports of Historic Fort Preble. Just below the fort is the Spring Point Ledge Light, one of the smaller of Maine’s 57 active lighthouses, while just a few miles south, on Cape Elizabeth, stands one of New England’s most beautiful, Portland Head Light.
Seven miles south of Portland is Scarborough, where families have been returning to sleepy havens like Higgins Beach for generations. From here, let the bend of Saco Bay sweep you further south to Saco, Cape Porpoise and Kennebunkport.
On your way back to Portland, grab a ticket and take a ride at the Seashore Trolley Museum, the largest collection of streetcars in the world.
Welcome to Portland. It’s more than just a city by the sea, it’s a song.
Adventure #20: Delaware Towers on the Beach
Delaware is the second smallest state, but it was big on beaches and history for Adventure #20 as Jim Busek worked toward his goal of doing 50 Adventures in 50 States.
Welcome to Little India in the night!! Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Welcome to Little India in the night time! This video shows walking and at the end, driving. Little India, also known as India Square or Little Bombay, is in Jersey City, NJ in the United States. Is located in Newark Street between Kennedy Blvd and Tonnelle Ave. It is a very busy street day and night. Little India is also part of Journal Square, which is the heart of the city, which houses a major train and buses station, office buildings, residential towers, restaurants, schools, stores, and more. Little India, as you can see in the video, is full of typical Indian restaurants, supermarkets with a great variety of Indian products, stores, apartments buildings, and more. It is a great place to visit. Thank you for watching!!
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TOP 10. Best Zoos in Pennsylvania: Family holiday
TOP 10. Best Zoos in Pennsylvania: Family holiday
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Welcome to Little India!! –Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
This video shows Little India (also known as Little Bombay or India Square) while driving, and then at the end, while walking. This Neighborhood is located in Newark Avenue (between Tonnelle Avenue and Kennedy Boulevard), and is part of the Journal Square district, in Jersey City, New Jersey, United States, and is part of the New York City Metropolitan Area. India Square is home of several stores and restaurants and is only two blocks of a major transportation hub in Journal Square that has several trains and buses, and is a very busy area. Little India is home of the largest concentration of Asian Indians in the Western Hemisphere. Enjoy the video!
Discoveries…America Special Edition, Alaska Grizzlies Preview
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The Grizzly Bear: (aka Brown Bear) can range 6-7 feet in length, weigh 200-850 lbs, live approximately 20-25 years and can travel at 35 mph! Their hair coloration is usually darkish brown but can vary from very light cream to black. The long guard hairs on their backs and shoulders often have white tips and give the bears a grizzled appearance. Grizzlies range 6-7 feet in length, weigh 200-850 lbs, live approximately 20-25 years and can travel at 35 mph! In North America there were at one time a population of grizzly bears that numbered nearly 50 thousand. Now, although the population in the lower 48 states is down to around one thousand, in Alaska the population is still estimated at over 30 thousand. Featured in this program: Stan Price State Wildlife Sanctuary: Explore the bear population at the mouth of Pack Creek on the eastern shore of Admiralty Island about 30 miles south of Juneau, Alaska. Bush pilot & wilderness guide Butch Laughlin shares his knowledge and insights into Alaskan Grizzlies and former Pack Creek resident, Stan “The Bear Man” Price. A broad estuary and tidal flat at the mouth of Pack Creek is used frequently by bears for travel, feeding, and resting. Humpback Whales: These magnificent creatures create quite a spectacle near Point Adolphus, arguably the best place in Southeast Alaska to watch humpback whales on their annual migration to and from Mexico. Denali National Park: Not only home to 39 species of mammals, 167 species of birds and 10 species of fish, it also provides Grizzly Bears with a smorgasbord of feasting opportunities including ground squirrels, moose or caribou calves, carrion, small plants and wild blueberries!
Holiday Inn Garland - Garland, Texas
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Conveniently situated in the northeast suburbs of Dallas, the full-service Holiday Inn® Garland hotel exceeds all expectations with its quality service. Whether you're here on a business trip or Garland vacation, this hotel's location off President George Bush Highway is the perfect choice.
From upscale shopping to first-rate golf courses, this hotel is close to all the best reasons to visit the Garland area. Summer months are marked by water-filled fun at the nearby Hawaiian Falls Waterpark. With 63 holes of championship-level golf, the Firewheel Golf Park offers a challenge for players of all skill levels. If you're looking for big-city attractions, downtown Dallas is less than an hour away.
Business travelers enjoy an easy route to companies like Raytheon, Cisco Systems, Rockwell Collins, Navistar, Atlas Copco and Fujitsu. All rooms include reliable free Wi-Fi access, and the Business Center has the tools you need to achieve optimal productivity. Planning a meeting in Garland, TX? The hotel's facilities feature more than 4,000 square feet of flexible space.
Southern hospitality and quality amenities await you at this Garland hotel. For breakfast and dinner, Wild Fire Bar & Grill is sure to have something to satisfy your taste buds. Other hotel amenities include an indoor pool, whirlpool and Fitness Center. We're excited to be your choice for full-service accommodations in Garland, Texas.
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