11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home
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11 Cheapest Places in the US to Buy a Home.
A house is usually the biggest purchase a person will make in their lifetime. Home costs vary widely throughout the country, with houses in and closer to big cities usually having larger price tags. We’ve collected data using market analysis for each town based on market values, as well as average home price listings, currently reported on Zillow.com. The results of this analysis offer a pretty diverse range of options in a multitude of states across the nation. Not in any particular order, here are the top 11 cheapest places in the US to buy a home.
1. Detroit, Michigan
2. Cleveland, Ohio
3. Park Forest, Illinois
4. Jamestown, New York
5. Utica, New York
6. Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania
7. Scranton, Pennsylvania
8. Huntington, Indiana
9. Augusta, Georgia
10. Palatka, Florida
11. Geneva, New York
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Top10 Recommended Hotels 2019 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA
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Top10 Recommended Hotels 2019 in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, USA: 1. Four Seasons Resort Hualalai *****
2. Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort ***
3. Holiday Inn Express & Suites Kailua-Kona ***
4. Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel ***
5. Kona Seaside Hotel **
6. Royal Kona Resort ***
7. Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa ****
8. Wyndham Mauna Loa Village ***
9. Holualoa Inn *****
10. Big Island Retreat **
1. 72-100 Ka`upulehu Drive, Kaupulehu, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $944 - $1545
Located along the Kona-Kohala coast of Hawaii Island, the Four Seasons Resort Hualalai features even swimming areas, five dining options, and ocean views. An 18-hole Jack Nicklaus signature Hualalai Golf Course is on site. Rooms offer a flat-screen TV.
2. 75-5961 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $212 - $489
Wyndham Kona Hawaiian Resort is an authentic resort designed in the style of an 1880's Hawaiian village. Palm thatched roofs, rustic bungalows and paths lie amid flower and fruit bearing trees, palms and tropical vegetation. It is an easy walk or drive to Kailua-Kona Village, ocean activities and exciting night life.
3. 75-146 Sarona Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $172 - $270
Offering free WiFi, Holiday Inn Express & Suites Kailua-Kona is located in Kailua-Kona. Featuring a 24-hour front desk, this property also provides guests with an outdoor pool. The hotel has a fitness center and a concierge service.
4. 75-5660 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $193 - $327
Featuring 2 onsite restaurants, Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha's Kona Beach Hotel offers rooms with a flat-screen TV and a balcony. The Kona Beach Hotel is within 5 minutes' walk of the Hulihe`e Palace Museum and has seasonal Luaus.
5. 75-5646 Palani Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $127 - $541
Overlooking the ocean and offering easy access to beautiful beaches and popular Kona, Hawaii attractions, Kona Seaside Hotel features comfortable accommodations.
6. 75-5852 Alii Drive, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $168 - $305
Located facing the Pacific Ocean on Kailua Bay, the Royal Kona Resort features a private beach area, a saltwater lagoon, an outdoor swimming pool, and an on-site restaurant.
7. 78-128 Ehukai Street, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $188 - $400
Nestled along the Keauhou Bay on an outcropping of volcanic rock, the Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay offers enjoyable activities as well as relaxing spa services. Free WiFi is available throughout the property.
8. 78-7190 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $176 - $358
In Kailua-Kona, this luxury resort features fully furnished 1- and 2-bedroom suites, 11 tennis courts and tropical landscapes surrounding 6 pools. Keauhou Shopping Village is only 2 blocks away.
9. 76-5932 Mamalahoa Highway, Kailua-Kona, HI 96725, United States of America, Price range: $448 - $653
Offering a year-round outdoor pool and hot tub, Holualoa Inn is located in Holualoa in the The Big Island Region. Offering free WiFi, this accommodations is 2.7 mi from Kailua-Kona.
10. 78-226 Kahaluu Road, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740, United States of America, Price range: $166 - $389
Providing free WiFi and a garden, Big Island Retreat offers rooms in Kailua-Kona, 16.1 km from Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park. Built in 1992, the property is within a 7-minute walk of Kahaluu Beach and 1.9 km of White Sand Beach. Attractions in the area include Keauhou Shopping Center, 3.9 km away, or Hulihee Palace, located 8 km from the property.
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San Francisco Travel Tips: 11 Things to Know Before You Go
Things YOU need to know before YOU go to San Francisco in California. San Francisco is the 4th most populated city in California and has a population of 800,000 people. San Francisco is known for year round fog, the golden gate bridge, cable cars, Victorian Houses, sweeping bay views, and of course Alcatraz. One of America's most unique & distinctive cities.
2 - Weather
I refer to San Francisco as the foggy city.
Mark Twain’s famous quote: “The coldest winter I ever spent was a summer in San Francisco.”
The weather varies by hour, and by neighborhood. It could be 70 degrees and Sunny in one spot, and 50 degrees with pea-soup fog in the other.
September and October are the warmest and sunniest months.
Wear layers you can easily remove.
3 - Food:
Clam Chowder & Sourdough Bread
Seafood at Fisherman’s Wharf
Koi Palace by San Francisco Airport
Ferry Building for lot’s of local food.
Cowgirl creamery has good cheese.
Ghirardelli for chocolate and ice cream
4 - Hotels:
SF can be quite expensive
Weekends are often cheaper
I like Union Square. Most central, you can take the BART here. Cable car, street cars.
2nd choice: Embarcadero
I dont like fishermans wharf.. too touristy.
Definitely stay within the city.. dont be crossing the bay.
5 - Getting In:
3 Major Airports: SFO, OAK, SJC
SFO is 15 miles South of the city.
A strip of TARMAC surrounded by water.
The main airport, the major airlines all fly here.
Prone to weather delays (FOG)
Taxi or uber will cost about $60 and take between 25-60mins.
BART: $10 to Union Square and 35 mins. BART makes 4 stops in Downtown SF.
Oakland is 25 miles from SF, across the bay. Less foggy, so less delays. Good if you are visiting Napa. Lots of Southwest flights.
60 miles south of SF. Good if you are visiting Santa Cruz, Monterey, or Carmel. You can do a one way rental car and return to SFO.
6 - Getting Around:
Cable Car: San Francisco classic from 1873. It’s amazing they still run these.
Best place to ride… on the outside! Want to stop… just yell out you want to stop!
7 - POPOS:
What’s a Popo? Privately owned public open spaces.
They come in the form of urban gardens, plazas, but the best ones are on rooftops.
Neither obvious nor clearly marked, POPOS are all over downtown San Francisco—and everyone is welcome
8 - Chinatown:
SF has the largest Chinatown outside of Asia. It's also the oldest in North America. It is around one mile long by one and a half miles wide. Covers 24 square blocks. More than 100,000 people live in Chinatown. It's the most densely populated neighborhood in the city and in fact the most densely population neighborhood in the US west of Manhattan.
It really is a city within the city. Chinatown has it's own customs, languages, places of worship, social clubs, and identity.
Lots of great Dim sum joints, bakeries, tea shops, and this is where the American fortune cookie was invented.
More visitors come to Chinatown than the Golden Gate Bridge.
Portsmouth Square bustles with activity such as T'ai Chi and old men playing Chinese chess.
9 - Fisherman’s Wharf:
Probably the most touristy part of San Francisco, particularly because it’s next to the Golden Gate Bridge.
Alcatraz Tours leave from here. Book in advance. More about that in a bit.
Visit Boudin, Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory, and In-N-Out Burger.
They invested the Irish Coffee in the 1950’s at Buena Vista Cafe here.
And of course the Sea Lions
My favorite place is the arcade
10 - Alcatraz:
Probably the most famous prison in the US.
home to some of America’s most notorious criminals, Operated here from 1934 to 1963.
11 - Day Trips
Monterey / Carmel
3 nights in SF, 2 nights in Napa, 2 nights in Monterey/Santa Cruz, and maybe add a night or 2 in Silicon Valley if you are a tech nerd.
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TOP 16 Most Beautiful Sand Dunes In USA
TOP 16 Most Beautiful Sand Dunes In USA. List: Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, White Sands National Monument, Imperial Sand Dunes Recreation Area, Bruneau Sand Dunes State Park, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area, Jockey's Ridge State Park, Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park, Silver Lake State Park, Mesquite Flat Sand Dunes, St Anthony Sand Dunes, Oceano Sand Dunes, Sand Hollow State Park, Little Sahara Recreation Area, Little Sahara Dunes
Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017
Join us as we visit Nevada state covering attractions outside of Las Vegas on a USA road trip of a lifetime focusing on outdoor adventures in our things to do in Nevada travel guide. As many know tourism in Nevada is often focused around a trip to Las Vegas; however, what many may not know is that the state of Nevada features a plethora of National Parks, fascinating highways and roadside attractions worth visiting. Come along as we hop in our Camaro rental car exploring as much of Nevada as we possibly can on a three-day #NevadaStories road trip.
Things to do in Nevada Travel Itinerary:
1) Picking up our rental car and breakfast in Las Vegas, Nevada
2) Visiting Lake Mead National Recreation Area for a short hike in Nevada
3) Visiting the Hoover Dam in Nevada
4) Black Canyon kayaking tour visiting the Emerald Cave
5) Drove to Mesquite, Nevada to stay overnight
1) Visited the Valley of Fire State Park in Nevada exploring Fire Arch Rock, White Domes, Rainbow Vista and Atlatl Rock
2) Road trip on Highway 93 to Alamo, NV
3) Checked in to the Windmill Lodge with a hotel tour of our room
4) Dinner at the Windmill Ridge restaurant eating barbecue ribs, mashed potatoes and peanut butter bar for dessert
1) Pahranagat national wildlife refuge to spot birds and walk around in nature
2) ET Fresh Jerky for delicious Alien jerky and to buy alien sunglasses
3) Driving on the Extraterrestrial Highway on our USA road trip (aka Nevada State Route 375)
4) Alien Research Center in Hiko, Nevada *(Wed-Sun 11am to 6pm)*
5) Alien Black Mailbox to communicate with Aliens
6) Visiting Little A'le'Inn in Rachel, Nevada on the Extraterrestrial Highway
7) Touring Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area for sunset
This was a partnership with Travel Nevada and Expedia managed by iAmbassador.
Things to do in Nevada Travel Guide | USA Road Trip 2017 Video Transcript:
Our trip began in Las Vegas, but having already been there before, we wasted no time on the Strip. After a short night’s rest, we grabbed a hearty breakfast, hopped in our rental car, and hit the road for our first stop of the day: Lake Mead.
Hoover Dam is one of the most visited attractions in Nevada with as many as 1 million people taking the tour every year, and even more driving across the dam.
Fun fact: there is enough concrete in Hoover Dam to build a 4 foot wide sidewalk around the Earth at the Equator. That’s a whole lot of concrete!
Kayaking in Black Canyon was the highlight of the day. We lucked out with blue skies, calm waters, and the scenery was pretty spectacular - especially once we entered the canyon.
Halfway up stream we took a break from kayaking and went on a short hike.
We also stopped at the Emerald Cave, which gets it’s name from the bright emerald green colour reflected in the water.
We had an hour’s journey to reach the Valley of Fire that morning, and it was a very leisurely drive down some scenic stretches of road. We knew we were getting closer to the park when we noticed the landscape colours started becoming more saturated.
Once we entered Valley of Fire State Park, the fun began. This park is known for its rock formations, panoramic vistas, and hiking trails, so there was no shortage of things to see and do.
Back on the road, we hit our first stop on the ET Highway: ET Fresh Jerky! This is an alien-themed shop selling everything from martian soda to alien sunglasses, so we used this as an opportunity to load up on snacks.
After stopping for photos at the ET Highway marker which is covered in stickers, we journeyed on to the Alien Research Centre, which is pretty hard to miss considering they have a giant metal alien standing guard on a hill.
Out front, we spotted a UFO-towing pick-up truck and a green alien welcoming earthlings, while inside we were surrounded by Area 51 warning signs and all sorts of alien-themed souvenirs.
And then it was time to turn around, drive back to Vegas, and fly back home,.
A surprise addition to our Nevada travel guide was visiting Red Rock Canyon, which is just a 20-minute drive from the Vegas Strip.
Our final thoughts? There are way more things to do in Nevada than just Las Vegas and we’re glad we got to experience a mix of nature and quirky attractions on this mini USA road trip! If you have any other suggestions of cool things to see and do around the state, feel free to leave your recommendations in the comments below.
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What is the best hotel in Detroit MI? Top 3 best Detroit hotels as voted by travelers
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List of hotels in Detroit Michigan :
A Victory Inn & Suites - Ann Arbor
A Victory Inn Mount Clemens
Best Western Greenfield Inn Allen Park
Comfort Suites Southgate
Crowne Plaza DETROIT DOWNTOWN CONV CENTER
Days Inn Ann Arbor
Detroit Regency Hotel
Doubletree Guest Suites Detroit Downtown Fort Shelby Hotel
Extended Stay America Detroit Madison Heights Hotel
Four Points By Sheraton Detroit Metro Airport
Hampton Inn Detroit / Auburn Hills-North
Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Downtown
Holiday Inn Express Detroit-Birmingham
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Detroit-Downtown
Inn on Ferry Street Detroit
Marvin's Garden Inn Detroit
Quality Inn Detroit
Red Roof Inn Detroit Dearborn
Residence Inn By Marriott Detroit Troy Madison Heights
Sheraton Detroit Novi Hotel
Somerset Inn Troy
Super 8 Lincoln Park MI
The Inn At St. John's Plymouth
The Westin Detroit Metropolitan Airport
Viking Motel Detroit
A Victory Inn & Suites Detroit
Americas Best Value Inn Dearborn
Clarion Hotel Detroit Metro Airport
Crowne Plaza Hotel Auburn Hills
Days Inn Detroit Metropolitan Airport
DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel Detroit - Dearborn
Econo Lodge Madison Heights
Fairfield Inn Detroit Auburn Hills
Greektown Casino Hotel Detroit
Hampton Inn Detroit Madison Heights
Hilton Garden Inn Detroit Novi
Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Allen Park-Dearborn
Holiday Inn Southgate / Detroit South
Knights Inn Madison Heights
MGM Grand Detroit Hotel
Radisson Hotel Detroit Bloomfield Hills
Red Roof Inn Detroit Royal Oak Madison Heights
Roberts Riverwalk Hotel & Residence Detroit
Sleep Inn & Suites Lincoln Park
Sonesta ES Suites Detroit Auburn Hills
Super 8 Motel Clawson
The Townsend Hotel
The Westin Southfield Detroit
A Victory Inn East Dearborn Detroit
Atheneum Suites Hotel Detroit
Comfort Inn Metro Airport
Courtyard By Marriott Detroit Downtown
Days Inn & Suites Madison Heights MI
Detroit Marriott At The Renaissance Center
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Detroit - Novi
Embassy Suites Detroit - Troy/Auburn Hills
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Hampton Inn & Suites Detroit/Chesterfield Township
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10 Incredible Table Top Mountains
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Top 10 most amazing places in the world
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Top 10 most amazing places on the earth
10. Uluru the Monolith
9. The Crack of Silfra
8. Fog-shrouded Peaks
7. The Reflecting Desert
6. The Crystal Caverns
5. The Forest of Knives
4. The Fairy Chimneys
3. Devils Tower
2. Subterranean Splendor
1. The Great Blue Hole
One of the largest monolith in the world, Uluru is located in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park, Australia.
The sandstone formation stands 348 m (1,142 ft) high, rising 863 m (2,831 ft) above sea level with most of its bulk lying underground, and has a total circumference of 9.4 km (5.8 mi)
Known by its Colonial name of Ayers Rock, Uluru is sacred to the Anangu, the Aboriginal people of the area.
9. The Crack of Silfra
Located in the Thingvallavatn Lake in the Thingvellir National Park in Iceland, Silfra is part of the Atlantic rift, Where you can dive into the crack between two continental plates-North American and European plates.
With a visibality of more than 100 meters, this place is regarded as one of the best diving sites in the world.
Visitors describe the Silfra diving experience as floating weightlessly through space.
8. Peaks of Meteora
In the greek peninsula you will find a dandy little place called the Meteora Rock Formations.
The nuns and monks have been living in these peaks for centuries, making these breathtaking vistas with its peaks and caverns actual monasteries.
The monasteries remain active to this day, though some peaks remain rather isolated destinations.
7. Salar de Uyuni (The Reflecting Desert)
Located in the Potosí and Oruro departments in southwest Bolivia, Salar de Uyuni is the world's largest salt flat at 10,582 square kilometers (4,086 sq mi).
When the rains sweep down onto the Uyuni Salt Flats, the entire place becomes an immense reflecting pool.
The rain water is absorbed slowly by the salt, and acts like a mirror, reflecting everything in sight and it seems there is no horizon, which creates an optical illusion in the photographs.
6. Cave of the Crystals
Nearly 300 meters below the Naicha Silver mine of Mexico there lies a crystal cave which contains some of the largest natural crystals ever found.
The cave's largest crystal found to date is 12 m (39 ft) in length, 4 m (13 ft) in diameter and 55 tons in weight.
The cave is extremely hot with air temperatures reaching up to 58 °C (136 °F) with 90 to 99 percent humidity.
5. The Stone Forest of Madagascar
Madagascar, isolated from rest of the world, the island is home to an abundance of plants and animals found nowhere else on Earth.
Here lies the huge collection of razor sharp vertical rocks. The colossal 'Grand Tsingy' landscape in western Madagascar is the world's largest stone forest
This landscape is the result from the long-term dissolution of soluble limestone bedrock. Formerly a massive slab of rock, rainwater has whittled it down into multiple, individual towers of stone.
4. The Fairy Chimneys
The fairy chimneys of Cappadocia in central Turkey are some of the unearthy things you will find here.
Here, tall spires of stone dot the landscape like some manner of bizarre growth.
Over time, the erosive forces of wind and water wore away much of the underlying soft material, leaving only slender towers with caps of tuff (hardened volcanic ash).
3. Devils Tower
Devils Tower is an igneous intrusion or laccolith in the Black Hills near Hulett and Sundance in Crook County, northeastern Wyoming, above the Belle Fourche River.
The Devils Tower is 1,267 feet (386 m) high and is believed to have formed more than 50 million years ago and remained buried beneath the ground up until roughly 2 million years ago.
Devils Tower was made famous in modern times by the 1977 movie Close Encounters of the Third Kind, but for many moons before that, tribal people had been visiting it, and regarded the area as a sacred site.
2. Mammoth Cave
Mammoth Cave the largest known cave system in the world with more than 390 miles (628 kilometers) worth of caves worm through the rocky depths.
The Green and Nolin Rivers course more than 30 miles through Mammoth Cave National Park, offering hours of boating, canoeing, fishing, and floodplain camping.
The cave also has an ecosystem, containing more than 130 documented species.
1. The Great Blue Hole
The Great Blue Hole is a large submarine sinkhole off the coast of Belize.
The hole is circular in shape, over 300 m (984 ft) across and 124 m (407 ft) deep.
It is believe that an underlying cave system collapsed under increased pressure some 10,000 years ago due to rising sea levels.
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Memphis, Tennessee, United States. History, Economy, Climate
Memphis is the second largest city in the state of Tennessee and the second largest metropolitan area in the state after Nashville. Memphis is an older city. Memphis is one of the most expansive cities in the United States. Memphis is a regional center for commerce, education, media, art, and entertainment.
The state rests in the southeastern portion of the United States. Memphis is on the southwestern corner of Tennessee, with the Mississippi River and the state of Arkansas bordering it to the west and the state of Mississippi to the south.
The city of Memphis was founded on May 22, 1819 (incorporated December 19, 1826) by John Overton, James Winchester and Andrew Jackson. They named it after the ancient capital of Egypt on the Nile River. Memphis developed as a trade and transportation center in the 19th century because of its flood-free location high above the Mississippi River.
Memphis played a prominent role in the American civil rights movement and was the site of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s assassination in 1968.
The city's demographics changed dramatically in the 1850s and 1860s under waves of immigration and domestic migration.
Memphis has a humid subtropical climate with four distinct seasons
Winter weather comes alternately from the upper Great Plains and the Gulf of Mexico, which can lead to drastic swings in temperature. Summer weather may come from Texas (very hot and humid) or the Gulf (hot and very humid). July has a daily average temperature of 82.7 °F (28.2 °C).
Early autumn is pleasantly drier and mild, but can be hot until late October. Late autumn is rainy and cooler.
Winters are mild to chilly, with a January daily average temperature of 41.2 °F (5.1 °C). Snow occurs sporadically in winter.
Memphis is extremely hot in the summertime, and the humidity can make you feel even hotter! Those who have trouble tolerating high heat and humidity may wish to avoid visiting during July or August.
Since the civil rights era, Memphis has forged forward to become one of the nation's leading commercial centers in transportation and logistics.The city's largest employer is the multinational courier corporation FedEx, which maintains its global air hub at Memphis International Airport, making it the second-busiest cargo airport in the world.
The city's central geographic location has been strategic to its business development. Located on the Mississippi River and intersected by five major freight railroads and two Interstate Highways. Memphis is ideally located for commerce in the transportation and shipping industry.
its outlying areas were developed as cotton plantations, and the city became a major cotton market and brokerage center.