35 Unique Roadside Attractions You Have to See in America
These are some of the best and most unique roadside attractions that you must see when you travel the US. Roadside america is weird, quirky, incredible, and has some of the largest things in the world. Watch to see about 40 of these attractions and amazing things we saw just off the side of the road while traveling America in a van. We'll show you some Route 66 attractions, some ghost towns, natural phenomena, and things that you won't believe exist. See strange America, weird United States, come on a weird roadtrip and tour this country and the things it has to offer. These are must-visit places in America. If you are living the vanlife, take your van around the USA and bring this video as a guide. Here is a list of some of the things we'll see in this video: The World's Largest Egg, The Largest Ball of Twine, The Big Blue Whale of Oklahoma, The Bonneville Salt Flats, Big Tree, Sun Studio, and more...
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10 Best Hikes Around Southern California You Gotta Try!
From San Diego to the Sierra Mountains, Southern California has some incredible hiking trails! Desert hikes in Joshua Tree National Park, the Hollywood Sign in LA, to waterfalls in Yosemite National Park, I don't think I'll ever get tired of exploring this incredible state!
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San Jose, California, United States. History, Economy, Climate etc
San Jose is the largest city in Northern California. San Jose is an economic, cultural and political center of Silicon Valley. San Jose is a global city. It is notable as a center of innovation, for its affluence, weather, and high cost of living. San Jose is one of the wealthiest major cities in the United States and the world.
Located in the center of the Santa Clara Valley, on the southern shore of San Francisco Bay. San Jose is shaken by moderate earthquakes on average one or two times a year.
The Guadalupe River runs from the Santa Cruz Mountains flowing north through San Jose, ending in the San Francisco Bay at Alviso.
San Jose was officially founded as California's first civilian settlement on 29 November 1777, the first city founded in the California. San Jose became part of the First Mexican Empire in 1821, after Mexico's won against the Spanish Crown in the War of Independence. On 11 July 1846, Captain Thomas Fallon conquered San Jose for the California Republic in the Mexican–American War, officially ending Mexican rule in Alta California.
By the 1990s, San Jose and the rest of Silicon Valley had become the global center for the high tech and internet industries, making it California's fastest-growing economy.
It is the third most populous city in California after Los Angeles and San Diego and the tenth most populous in United States.
San Jose is home to several colleges and universities. The largest is San Jose State University, which was founded by the California legislature in 1862.
San Jose, like most of the Bay Area, has a Mediterranean climate. San Jose has an average of 301 days of sunshine and an annual mean temperature of 15.8 °C. Because of a more prominent rain shadow from the Santa Cruz Mountains, Downtown San Jose experiences the lightest rainfall in the city. With the light rainfall, San Jose and its suburbs experience about 300 fully or partly sunny days a year. The monthly daily average temperature ranges from around 10 °C in December and January to around 21.1 °C in July and August.
Rail service to and from San Jose is provided by Amtrak. VTA also operates many bus routes in San Jose and the surrounding communities, as well as offering paratransit services to local residents. Additionally, the Highway 17 Express bus line connects central San Jose with Santa Cruz. San Jose is served by Norman Y. Mineta San Jose International Airport,two miles northwest of downtown, and by Reid-Hillview Airport of Santa Clara County a general aviation airport located in the eastern part of San Jose.
The city has a council-manager government with a city manager nominated by the mayor and elected by the city council. The San Jose City Council is made up of ten council members elected by district, and a mayor elected by the entire city. During city council meetings, the mayor presides, and all eleven members can vote on any issue. The mayor has no veto powers. Council members and the mayor are elected to four-year terms. The City Manager is the chief administrative officer of the city.
San Jose has many examples of houses with fine architecture. Late 19th century and early 20th century styles exist in neighborhoods such as Hanchett Park, Naglee Park, Rose Garden, and Willow Glen. Notable architects include Frank Delos Wolfe, Theodore Lenzen, Charles McKenzie and Julia Morgan.
The San Jose Metropolitan Area has the most millionaires and the most billionaires in the United States. San Jose has the most expensive housing market in the country and the fifth most expensive housing market in the world. Major global tech companies including Cisco Systems, eBay, Cadence Design Systems, Adobe Systems, PayPal, Brocade, Samsung, Acer, and Western Digitalmaintain their headquarters in San Jose, in the center of Silicon Valley.
The cost of living in San Jose and the surrounding areas is among the highest in California and the nation.
The large concentration of high-technology engineering, computer, and microprocessor companies around San Jose has led the area to be known as Silicon Valley. San Jose residents produce more U.S. patents than any other city. By April 2018, Google was in the process of planning the biggest tech campus in Silicon Valley in San Jose.
10 Best Places To Live In Montana | USA
10 Best Places To Live In Montana
It’s a given fact that a person would choose a place that has an awesome economy, great people, good education, and reasonable cost of living. That is why when deciding for a place to live in, one should consider statistics and the actual place before settling in. I have traveled wide and realized that there are a lot of things to see in Montana and more places to visit in Montana too. With this in mind, I certainly think that Montana is one good place to relocate. But the question is there are so many places that how will you know which the best in this Big Sky Country is? To help you out, I have researched and listed the ten best places to live in Montana for all of my readers out there.
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Places to see in ( San Jose - USA )
Places to see in ( San Jose - USA )
San Jose is a large city surrounded by rolling hills in Silicon Valley, a major technology hub in California's Bay Area. Architectural landmarks, from the 1883 Italianate-style Oddfellows building to Spanish Colonial Revival structures, make up the downtown historic district. The downtown area is also home to the Tech Museum of Innovation, devoted to the exploration of science and technology.
El Pueblo de San José de Guadalupe (literally, The Town of Saint Joseph of Guadalupe) was founded by José Joaquín Moraga in 1777 near the present day intersection of Guadalupe Parkway and West Taylor Street. In 1797, the pueblo was moved to the Plaza Pueblo (now Plaza de César Chávez), around which San Jose grew. And the rest is, as they say, history. True to its location in the heart of Silicon Valley, San Jose is now home to the headquarters of many tech companies such as Cisco Systems, eBay, and Adobe Systems.
There are many different neighborhoods in the geographic area of San Jose that, depending on where you are, you might not know if you're still in the same city. Like most Bay Area cities, San Jose is an expensive place to live -one of the city's few negatives. Some of the hip areas to live these days are in San Jose's downtown area, for those who prefer urban living, or Santana Row for a mixed living, shopping and dining community. You can find vintage California charm in the neighborhoods of Willow Glen and Rose Garden. The woodsy area of Almaden Valley is known for its excellent schools, and Silver Creek is known for its subdivisions of sprawling McMansions. Evergreen is in East San Jose, right at the foothills of the city. Evergreen has some more affordable housing and is very residential. Since it is at the foothills, east San Jose is not as accessible as the other neighborhoods. Evergreen has excellent views of the foothills and many parks and recreational areas. Groesbeck Hill Park is located right in the heart of Evergreen and offers a mile long loop, basketball courts, baseball fields, playgrounds, and hiking trails.
San Jose is also a very diverse city with a high foreign born population, mainly due to the location in the Silicon Valley. The Vietnamese community in San Jose is one of the largest foreign born communities. In fact, San Jose has the highest number of Vietnamese immigrants of any city outside Vietnam. Other significant foreign born communities include Indians, Chinese, Filipino, and Latin American.
A lot to see in San Jose such as :
Winchester Mystery House
Downtown San Jose
Sunol Regional Wilderness
Happy Hollow Park & Zoo
The Tech Museum of Innovation
Alum Rock Park
Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose
Rancho San Antonio Open Space Preserve
Almaden Quicksilver County Park
Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum
Mission Peak Regional Preserve
Municipal Rose Garden
Apple Park Visitor Center
Ed R. Levin County Park
Sanborn County Park
Hakone Estate and Gardens
Little Yosemite Area
San José Museum of Art
Santa Clara Valley
Japanese Friendship Garden
Joseph D. Grant County Park
Fremont Older Open Space Preserve
Alviso Marina County Park
Montalvo Arts Center
Santa Teresa County Park
Emma Prusch Farm Park
Hellyer County Park
Don Edwards San Francisco Bay National Wildlife Refuge
Raging Waters San Jose
History San José
New Almaden Quicksilver Museum
Los Gatos Creek Trail
Guadalupe River Park
Mission Santa Clara de Asís
( San Jose - USA ) is well know as a tourist destination because of the variety of places you can enjoy while you are visiting San Jose . Through a series of videos we will try to show you recommended places to visit in San Jose - USA
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5 Best Weekend Getaways from San Francisco | US State Holidays Guide
5 Best Weekend Getaways from San Francisco, US State
Whether you are looking to relax on the beach, spend a day at a spa, go biking, kayaking, whale watching or wine tasting, there is plenty to choose from near San Francisco.
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Bumble Bee Ghost Town | Old Stagecoach Stop | Arizona | United States | HD
Bumble Bee is a ghost town in the Bradshaw Mountains of Yavapai County, Arizona, United States, named for nearby Bumble Bee Creek. The townsite area is commonly used by RV campers in winter, established in 1863, Bumble Bee served as a stagecoach stop and an outpost for the U.S. Cavalry.
Bumble Bee is located 55 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona just off I-17 at Exit #248.
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