25 Best Places to Visit in the USA - Travel Video
Comprised of 50 states, the USA occupies an area that’s only just marginally smaller than Europe. It’s in this vast country that you will find an unbelievably diverse array of natural landscapes, cityscapes, people and cultures. From the tropical islands of Hawaii to the desert landscape of the Grand Canyon, as well as the multicultural cities such as Chicago and New York City, you’ll never be stuck for destinations to discover. Here’s a look at the best places to visit in the USA:
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.
The 10 Best Places To Live In Arizona - Moving to Arizona ?
Moving to Arizona? Top 10 Best Places To Live In Arizona For 2018.
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Moving your family to a new state is a challenge on its own. Moving them for all the right reasons is another.
If you’re looking for cultural diversity, a strong economy and adventure for your clan, Arizona is the obvious choice.
Known for its warm climate and beautiful desert landscape, Arizona has long been considered a great place for vacation.
But it’s also a great place to live because of median income, safety, graduation rates, weather, and cultural offerings.
Many people are choosing to move to Arizona. Some of them are moving there to retire because of the great weather.
Others are moving to Arizona because of the booming economy.
Still others come here for a great college atmosphere while others come for outstanding outdoor amenities.
Regardless of why you are moving to the state, choosing the right city can be rough.
These cities are some of the best places in Arizona to live, raise a family, and enjoy your days.
Whether you’re looking to move or already live here, these are the ten best places in Arizona to call home.
6. Paradise Valley.
7. Oro Valley.
10. Litchfield Park.
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California travel expert Veronica Hill ( and the California Essential Guide app visits Balboa Park in San Diego in this episode of California Travel Tips. Called the Smithsonian of the West, Balboa Park is our nation's largest urban cultural park. It sits on 1,200 acres of lush gardens, world-class museums and performing arts venues.
You can spend an entire day just at the San Diego Zoo, a lush landscape of botanical gardens that's home to more than 4,000 animals and 800 species. In October, kids under 12 are free!
If you're here for the Balboa Park museums, park at Inspiration Point off Park Boulevard and take the free trolley to the Visitor Center. From here, you can walk to most of the San Diego attractions.
Start with a morning stroll in the peaceful Japanese Friendship Garden, which is home to colorful koi and Zen gardens, then check out the park's impressive Spanish-Renaissance revival buildings, which date back to the 1915 Panama-California Exposition.
The Museum of Man is housed in one of Balboa Park's most striking buildings, just beneath the 200-foot-tall California Tower. Here you can explore the world of anthropology, ranging from impressive Mayan monuments and figurines, to one of the country's best collections of ancient Egyptian artifacts and mummies.
Kids will enjoy the Reuben H. Fleet Science Center — which boasts more than 100 hands-on activities — and the charming San Diego Model Railroad Museum, which is the largest of its kind in the United States.
Learn about prehistoric bones and fossils in The San Diego Natural History Museum, or check out major exhibitions in the San Diego Museum of Art.
When it comes time to eat, there are 11 eateries throughout the park. Enjoy signature cocktails and gourmet fare at the full-service Balboa Park Prado Restaurant, or nibble on sushi and soba noodles in the Tea Pavilion.
During the summer, you can enjoy free organ concerts at Spreckels Organ Pavilion — a tradition since 1915. The park's historic Old Globe Theatre, founded in 1935, serves up everything from Broadway productions to a summer Shakespeare Festival.
For the best bang for your buck, buy the Stay for the Day pass, which allows access to five attractions (excluding the zoo). The 7-day Passport is a Balboa Park Museum Pass that offers admission to 14 museums. San Diego residents can enjoy Balboa Park Free Tuesdays, which allows free admission to select museums on Tuesdays. SUBSCRIBE!
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Top Family Destinations in Southern California
Top Family Destinations in Southern California - as part of the expert series by GeoBeats.
Hi, I am Jennifer Miner. I am a travel writer, and I live in Southern California. Some of my favorite Southern California Family Travel Destinations include, of course, the Theme Parks. you can't get away from them. They are huge tourist draws. Disney Land is great for younger children. If your children are older waiting for more thrilling experience, Universal Studios, Hollywood has a lot of fun things, including this new King Kong 3D, very scary, might throw up.
But its not all about Theme Parks here in Southern California. We have got miles and miles of beautiful beaches. You want to see some surfers, go up to Malibu, go down to Huntington Beach, which is Surf City, USA. Go down even further, all the way down to Laguna, go down to La Jolla, and then at the bottom San Diego, beautiful coastline all the way down. It's a wonderful part of the United States.
So its not only coastline, of course. You go inland a little bit and you have got the desert. Palm Springs is a wonderful place to take your family or to take your girlfriends for a get-away. Palm Springs is fun. It's in the desert. So is Joshua Tree, a US National Park. And I feel that if we support the US National Parks, they will continue to be here for our children, and our children's children. It's a wonderful investment in our nation's feature.
The BLVD Hotel & Suites
The BLVD Hotel & Suites has the intimate appeal of a boutique hotel with California-cool characteristics. Its Highland location in Hollywood, CA makes attractions like Universal Studios Hollywood℠ and the Los Angeles Metro Station walking distance away, and close proximity to all business centers in the Southland.
A Walk Up State Street, Santa Barbara, California
Historic State Street Plaza in Downtown Santa Barbara is one of America’s most pedestrian-friendly downtowns, in large part due to the amazing diversity of shopping choices. Our shop-lined streets are a favorite with visitors and locals alike. From Santa Barbara-style specialty shops to national brands, and from regional gallery favorites to indie boutiques, Downtown Santa Barbara offers an authentic shopping experience, whether you are seriously shopping, strolling, or just taking in the scene.
RV Travel - 3 Reasons to Do an RV Tour w/ Wander Filled Life
RVs can be an excellent way to explore the country and Grant & Bonnie from wanderfilledlife.com stop by from their road trip across the USA in their RV to tell us 3 (to 5) reasons why you would want to buy or rent an RV (Recreational Vehicle). They also discuss the freedom that RV travel affords you, whether you should rent or buy an RV, and some of their favorite spots across the USA to camp.
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A True US Roadtrip: Roundtrip from North Carolina to Cali
This 11 minute tour of the United States from 'coast to coast' is a compilation of video footage recorded during a cross-country road trip from May 13, 2012 - June 13, 2012. The total miles driven were 8631, including a total of 19 states (listed below). ALL footage is 100% ORIGINAL, taken with a Canon PowerShot SX30 IS and Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS. I am not a professional photographer, director, or movie editor; just a guy with his girlfriend and a camera who explored this beautiful country during one incredible summer month. The videos were intentionally shot from a first-person perspective, and I hope that you can see the culture shine through the places that we visited.
Places/Cities/Points of interest featured (in order of appearance starting at 1:16):
- Churchill Downs/Kentucky Derby
- Louisville Slugger Factory (Louisville, Kentucky)
- St. Louis, Missouri/St. Louis Arch footage
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Kansas footage
- Denver, Colorado (16th Street promenade)
- Rocky Mountain National Park
- Northern Colorado footage
- Northern Utah footage
- Arches National Park (Utah)
- Salt Lake City, Utah/Great Salt Lake footage
- Northern Nevada Footage
- Northern California footage
- Napa Valley, California
- Muir Woods Forest
- San Francisco, California footage
- Ghirardelli Factory & Store (San Francisco)
- Lombard Street (San Francisco)
- Boudin Sourdough Bakery and Store (San Francisco)
- Pier 39 (San Francisco)
- Painted Ladies (San Francisco)
- Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco)
- San Francisco Chinatown
- Highway 1 South from San Francisco to Los Angeles
- Piedras Beach (seals footage)
- Malibu, California footage
- Santa Barbara, California footage
- Santa Monica Pier
- Venice Beach, California footage
- Los Angeles, California footage
- Hollywood, California footage
- Bel Air, California footage
- Hollywood Sign from Mount Lee
- Bellagio Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas, Nevada)
- The Venetian Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas)
- Las Vegas Boulevard from atop Paris Hotel tower
- Roller coaster at New York New York Resort and Casino (Las Vegas)
- Arizona footage
- Hoover Dam
- Grand Canyon National Park South Rim
- Southern Utah footage
- Mexican Hat rock monument (Southern Utah)
- Four Corners National Monument
- New Mexico Footage
- Mesa Verde (Southern Colorado)
- San Juan National Forest and Campground (Southern Colorado)
- New Mexico/Texas Footage
- Dallas Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas)
- Dallas, Texas footage
- Southern Junction Restaurant (Rockwall, Texas)
- Fossil Rim Wildlife Sanctuary (near Dallas, Texas)
- The Alamo (San Antonio, Texas)
- San Antonio, Texas Riverwalk
- Johnson Space Center (Houston, Texas)
- New Orleans, Louisiana footage
- Cafe Du' Monde (New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Bourbon Street (New Orleans
- Fritzel's Jazz Bar (New Orleans)
- Tootsie's Bar (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Gaylord Opryland Hotel (Nashville)
- Grand Ole' Opry ft: Luke Bryan (Nashville)
- Blue Ridge Parkway (Asheville, North Carolina)
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1.) The Who - baba o' riley (Teenage Wasteland)
2.) Marlena Shaw - California Soul
3.) Joe Purdy - I Love the Rain the Most
Santa Barbara Tour
Santa Barbara tour . This is a video tour of Santa Barbara. Santa Barbara is one of the most beautiful cities in Southern California. It is also one of the top destination in America to visit. Just 90 miles north of Los Angeles on the Pacific Coast Highway. Publications that referred to Santa Barbara as the American Rivieraare travel blogs, travel magazines, sunset magazine, world travel blogs, Travel blogs, lonely planet, California tourist Association, motorhome magazines and many more publications.
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