Top 10 Best Places To Live in New York
New York is a state in the Northeastern United States and is the 27th-most extensive, fourth-most populous, and seventh-most densely populated U.S. state. New York is bordered by
New Jersey and Pennsylvania to the south and Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Vermont to the east. The state has a maritime border in the Atlantic Ocean with Rhode Island,
east of Long Island, as well as an international border with the Canadian provinces of Quebec to the north and Ontario to the west and north. The state of New York, with an
estimated 19.8 million residents in 2015, is often referred to as New York State to distinguish it from New York City, the state's most populous city and its economic hub.
Home to both the largest city and biggest state park in the country, New York provides residents with urban playgrounds and impressive natural amenities.
While New York City garners much of the tourism attention, the rest of the state offers highly livable communities.
New York City boasts one of the most expensive costs of living in the country, making it the ultimate challenge to find a place to live.
Where you want to live — and where you can afford to live — depends on many factors. Neighborhoods vary in their perks and downfalls when it comes to price,
commute distance, transportation access, nightlife, and other lifestyle amenities.
The ranking determined the overall livability by weighing factors such as education, cost of living, crime rates, housing trends, employment statistics,
and access to amenities.
We’re here to show you that not only are there actually some really cool places in New York other than New York City, but, according to our analysis,
there are quite a few that are a whole lot better.
Here are the 10 best places to live in New York:
1. Mamaroneck, Westchester County.
2. Kensington, Nassau County.
3. Scarsdale, Westchester County.
4. Brookville, Nassau County.
5. Saratoga Springs, Saratoga County.
6. White Plains, Westchester County.
7. Tarrytown, Westchester County.
8. Rye, Westchester County.
9. Brighton, Monroe County.
10. New Rochelle, Westchester County.
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1. The Stanley Hotel, Estes Park, Colorado, USA
Colorado's Stanley Hotel was opened by F O Stanley, the inventor of America's Stanley Steamer automobiles, in 1907 and paranormal activity has been a part of the hotel's history ever since. Elisabeth Wilson, a former housekeeper, who died at the hotel in 1911, is said to have returned to assist guests in Room 217 in the past, unpacking and storing away their belongings. The sounds of children running and giggling down the halls are also regularly reported on the fourth floor.
2. The Hollywood Roosevelt, Los Angeles, CA, U.S.
Marilyn Monroe was a resident at this landmark Los Angeles hotel which hosted the first Academy Awards in 1929. Guests and hotel staff have reported seeing a blonde woman in the long mirror found in Monroe's former suite. Her presence is also said to be felt in the hotel's poolside nightclub Tropicana. The ghost of actor Montgomery Clift has also been reportedly heard playing his trombone from Room 928, where he once stayed.
3. Bourbon Orleans Hotel, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
It's rumoured that many ghosts from different eras of the building's history roam the halls of the Bourbon Orleans hotel. The building was once a convent and orphanage and the most frequently told story is of the young girl who is seen rolling a ball and chasing it down the sixth floor corridors.
4. Anchorage Hotel, Anchorage, Alaska, USA
The supernatural occurences that take place at the historic Anchorage hotel in Alaska are attributed to the death of police officer John J Black Jack Sturgus. He was discovered shot in the back with a bullet from his own gun just steps from the hotel. It's rumoured that he returns to the hotel every year, seeking justice for an unsolved crime.
5. The Heathman Hotel, Portland, Oregon, USA
Three rooms at the Heathman Hotel in Portland, Oregon are reported to be the most haunted rooms in the hotel. There have been frequent complaints of drops in temperature, unexplained noises and other paranormal activity reported by different guests. Some claimed to have seen a hazy face watching them in the shadows.
6. Jekyll Island Club Hotel, Jekyll Island, GA, USA
This historic luxury hotel in Georgia housed several famous wealthy Americans, including banker J P Morgan, who was known for smoking his favourite cigar at 5am every morning in the annex. Many years later, guests have reported smelling cigar smoke at the hotel at the same early morning hour.
7. The Brown Palace Hotel and Spa, Denver, Colorado, USA
This Colorado hotel holds regular ghost tours during the month of October, telling the stories of unexplained paranormal activity reported by former guests and staff through the years. The tales have included sightings of a railroad conductor as well as a string quartet in the San Marco Room, where musical performances were held.
8. Hawthorne Hotel, Salem, Massachusetts, USA
The Hawthorne Hotel in Salem, Massachusetts has hosted several famous guests, including former US president George Bush and his wife Barbara. But the hotel also witnessed a lot of unusual activity, from missing keys to water tap and lights turning on by themselves. The ghost of a woman apparently roams the hall outside Room 612.
9. The Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA
Guests at this historic hotel in North Carolina have reported sightings of a portly man wearing a long blue coat wandering the halls. The description is said to match pictures of Dr Jacocks, a former resident of the inn. Other guests have heard footsteps in empty rooms.
10. Hotel del Coronado, San Diego, California, USA
Unusual activity was reported at this hotel in California following the unexplained death of Kate Morgan, who was found dead just days after she'd checked in. Guests who have stayed in her room were reported to have witnesssed lights flickering, the television turning on by itself, and even a woman standing by the window. This resort, built in 1888 has had a host of famous visitors, including former presidents. It is also rumoured this is where King Edward VIII first met Wallis Simpson.
A Drive Through Gary Indiana - Worlds Most Dangerous Cities
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The population of Gary was 80,294 at the 2010 census, making it the ninth-largest city in the state of Indiana. From the middle of the twentieth century to the present, Gary has experienced drastic population loss, falling by 55 percent from its peak of 178,320 in 1960.
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Quality Inn & Suites Monroe - Monroe Hotels, North Carolina
Quality Inn & Suites Monroe 2 Stars Hotel in Monroe,North arolina Within US Travel Directory Quality Inn & Suites Monroe hotel is located off U.
Highway 74, just 24.
1 km east of Charlotte and less than 10 minutes from the Interstate 485 loop.
Full-service features and amenities at this hotel include a seasonal outdoor pool and free hot, fresh and breakfast with waffles and eggs.
Free wireless high-speed Internet access, free USA Today, free local calls and free passes to a nearby health club are provided.
All spacious guest rooms feature refrigerators, microwaves, hair dryers, irons, ironing boards, coffee makers and cable television with HBO.
Some rooms have sofa sleepers.
Executive suites and non-smoking rooms are offered.
Business travelers will appreciate conveniences like a business center, free incoming and outgoing faxes and access to copy services.
This hotel has a meeting room available to accommodate small events and business functions.
There are several restaurants and cocktail lounges in the surrounding area; many are within walking distance.
Nearby activities include golfing, bowling, basketball and jogging.
This hotel is convenient to popular attractions including Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre Charlotte, the Charlotte Convention Center, Lowe's Motor Speedway, Wingate University, the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Union County's Cane Creek Park, Discovery Place, the Charlotte Observer IMAX Dome Theatre and Carowinds amusement park.
The Charlotte Douglas International Airport is less than 48.
3 km away.
The hotel is 233.
4 km from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina.
Guests can visit the historic town of Waxhaw, home to the Andrew Jackson Memorial, only 16.
1 km away.
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Calusa Indian Mound St Petersburg FL
The Calusa lived on the sandy shores of the southwest coast of Florida. These Indians controlled most of south Florida. The population of this tribe may have reached as many as 50,000 people. The Calusa men were tall and well built with long hair. Calusa means fierce people, and they were described as a fierce, war-like people. Many smaller tribes were constantly watching for these marauding warriors. The first Spanish explorers found that these Indians were not very friendly. The explorers soon became the targets of the Calusa attacks. This tribe was the first one that the Spanish explorers wrote home about in 1513.
The Calusa lived on the coast and along the inner waterways. They built their homes on stilts and wove Palmetto leaves to fashion roofs, but they didn't construct any walls.
The Calusa Indians did not farm like the other Indian tribes in Florida. Instead, they fished for food on the coast, bays, rivers, and waterways. The men and boys of the tribe made nets from palm tree webbing to catch mullet, pinfish, pigfish, and catfish. They used spears to catch eels and turtles. They made fish bone arrowheads to hunt for animals such as deer. The women and children learned to catch shellfish like conchs, crabs, clams, lobsters, and oysters.
The Calusa are considered to be the first shell collectors. Shells were discarded into huge heaps. Unlike other Indian tribes, the Calusa did not make many pottery items. They used the shells for tools, utensils, jewelry, and ornaments for their shrines. Shell spears were made for fishing and hunting.
Shell mounds can still be found today in many parts of southern Florida. Environmentalists and conservation groups protect many of these remaining shell mounds. One shell mound site is Mound Key at Estero Bay in Lee County. Its construction is made entirely of shells and clay. This site is believed to be the chief town of the Calusa, where the leader of the tribe, Chief Carlos lived.
Archaeologists have excavated many of these mounds to learn more about these extinct people. Artifacts such as shell tools, weapons, and ornaments are on display in many Florida history museums.
Living and surviving on the coast caused the tribesmen to become great sailors. They defended their land against other smaller tribes and European explorers that were traveling by water. The Calooshahatchee River, which means River of the Calusa, was their main waterway.
They traveled by dugout canoes, which were made from hollowed-out cypress logs approximately 15 feet long. They used these canoes to travel as far as Cuba. Explorers reported that the Calusa attacked their ships that were anchored close to shore. The Calusa were also known to sail up and down the west coast salvaging the wealth from shipwrecks.
What happened to these fierce sailing Indians? The Calusa tribe died out in the late 1700s. Enemy Indian tribes from Georgia and South Carolina began raiding the Calusa territory. Many Calusa were captured and sold as slaves.
In addition, diseases such as smallpox and measles were brought into the area from the Spanish and French explorers and these diseases wiped out entire villages. It is believed that the few remaining Calusa Indians left for Cuba when the Spanish turned Florida over to the British in 1763.
Which U.S. state has about the same population figures as Austria? Find out in the latest addition to our state video series: Judy Friedberg from the Management Section presents her home state. #50states #VA
Hi, I'm Judy Friedberg and I am happy to tell you about my home state of Virginia.
Officially known as the Commonwealth of Virginia, this mid-Atlantic state is
bordered by Washington, DC, Maryland, West Virginia and North Carolina. And,
to the East, the Chesapeake Bay and the Atlantic Ocean border Virginia's Eastern
Shore, another peninsula of Virginia land.
More than eight million people live in Virginia. Our state flower is actually a
flowering tree -- the dogwood. Our state bird is the cardinal.
Much of our state's natural beauty is protected by National Parks. My favorite is
Great Falls Park which highlights a rushing section of the Potomac River, which
flows to the Bay from the mountains in the west. Those mountains are also known
as The Blue Ridge Mountains, due to the coloring of the trees and shadows,
particularly in the early morning and early evening light.
Much of this area is included in Shenandoah National Park. Within the park is a
portion of the beautiful Appalachian Trail -- a rigorous hiking trail which extends
from Georgia to Maine. In the autumn, the leaves are at their most colorful.
Skyline Drive runs through the park. This is a fantastic way to see the beauty of the
mountains and the Shenandoah Valley from the comfort of your car.
The Shenandoah Valley is known for dairy farms and wineries. Virginia's farming
history also includes tobacco and cotton.
Virginia's nicknames refer to its rich history. The Old Dominion refers to its status
as one of the original 13 colonies. Virginia's other nickname is The Mother of
Presidents. Eight U.S. presidents were born here - more than any other state.
Some of their homes are open to the public as historic sites.
Mount Vernon, home of our first President, George Washington, sits high on a bluff
overlooking the Potomac River, not far from Washington, DC.
Monticello, home of our third President and drafter of our Declaration of
Independence, Thomas Jefferson, is located in Charlottesville, Virginia. The
University of Virginia, which Jefferson founded, is nearby.
But, back to some much earlier history...Native people, including the Powhatan,
Algonquin, and Iroquois, were already living in the area long before the English
settlers came. Some say the name Virginia was the settlers' way of honoring Queen
Elizabeth the First of England, who was also known as The Virgin Queen.
You may have heard of the story of Pocahontas? She was a native of the area and a
friend to the English settlers of the colony's first capitol, Jamestown, in 1616.
Williamsburg served as the capitol of the Colony of Virginia from the early 1700s
and was the center of political activity leading to the American Revolution.
Both Jamestown and Williamsburg have active historic centers where you can learn
more about colonial life.
Richmond became the state capital in 1780 and remains so today. In 1861, after ten
states seceded from the United States, Richmond became the capital of the shortlived
Confederate States of America.
After the Civil War ended, and these states re-entered the Union, Richmond
developed into a railroad crossroads for the region. These strong railroads helped
develop trade routes between the middle of the country and the Atlantic Ocean and
led to the founding of Newport News Shipbuilding which continues to produce
battleships and aircraft carriers. Nearby Hampton Roads is the largest naval base on
the east coast.
Virginia is also home to the world's largest office building, The Pentagon,
headquarters of the Defense Department.
Other Virginia coastal attractions are historic lighthouses including Cape Henry,
Fort Monroe and Assateague. Assateague is also the home of the Chincoteague wild
ponies. And, if you visit there perhaps you will order some delicious Chesapeake
Bay blue crab and a beer for your dinner.
Today, media, technology, software, communications, and consulting are the fastest growing sectors of Virginia's economy. The education sector, particularly Virginia's
200-plus colleges and universities, and the government employment sector are also
growth areas. All of this and more, make Virginia the wealthiest of the southern
I hope you enjoyed hearing about Virginia today.