Welcome to Historic America & UCPlaces’ audio walking tour of Dublin.I’m ‘Professional History Nerd’, Rachel Tracey. I’ll be your tour guide as we explore the largest city on the Emerald Isle.
Here on the eastern coast of the Republic of Ireland, on the bay of the Irish Sea, Dublin is an iconic destination–full of Irish pride, pubs and a fascinating history dating back to the 7th Century!
Together, we’ll explore the historic highlights of the capital city, beginning with a stroll down O’Connell Street to the River Liffey, making stops at Trinity College, Dublin Castle, and St Patrick's Cathedral.
Let’s get started! Our tour begins at The Gresham Hotel, 23 O'Connell Street Upper, North City, Dublin.
Welcome to Historic America & UCPlaces’ audio walking tour of Rome! I’m your tour guide, Aaron Killian. Today we’ll be walking through the historic core of this eternal city!
We will wend our way through grand Renaissance piazzas, admire the great fountains adored by generations of Romans, enjoy the magnificence of the city’s palaces, marvel at the great monuments of the city’s ancient founders, and take glimpses back into the majestic history of this city and its people.
We can’t wait to share all this and more with you!
To get started, make your way to the palace with the French flag - otherwise known as the Palazzo Farnese.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the exciting city of Tel-Aviv, Israel! My name is Dave and I can’t wait to show you around.
Be ready to see some beautiful beaches and amazing architecture. Shop at high-end stores and fun, bustling markets. Enjoy exquisite cuisine, and streetside bakeries. But most of all, prepare to just feel the Tel-Aviv life, including plenty of traffic, but friendly drivers. It’s all part of the Tel-Aviv experience!
As we drive, I’ll be sure to tell you all sorts of fun and interesting facts about this incredible city. For starters, “Tel” means an archaeological site. “Aviv” means spring. The source of the name however, is Tel-Abib (a fact most Tel-Avivians will not be aware of) it’s from the book Ezekiel, Ezekiel 3:15.
Tel-Abib was a place in Babylon and the original name means a place of ruins. The translation to Tel-Aviv means the opposite, a place that blossoms. The witty translation was created by Nahum Sokolov, who has a street named after him not far from where you are right now.
Now that we know the meaning behind the name, we are ready to go! Please follow your navigation to our first Point of Interest.
Hello, and welcome to Dubai! Hailed across the world as an innovator in design, technology, and luxury, this city is best known for its larger-than-life construction projects, boasting some of the biggest, tallest, and most expensive buildings in the world. Today, let’s go on a trip through time and explore the creation of this city, from its beginnings in the ancient world, to its meteoric rise in the 20th century, to its vision for the years to come. My name is Stephen, and I invite you to follow along with me as we explore the historic structures and monumental designs behind this fascinating town. Like most journeys, the best place to start is the beginning. Follow your GPS Navigation to Deira to begin this architectural adventure.
Welcome to Huntsville, Alabama! Known as the Rocket City, Wernher von Braun and his team of German rocketeers settled here in the 1950’s to work for NASA on projects like the Apollo Space Program! Whether you’re looking to become a space faring citizen, or to take advantage of the peaceful tranquility of Monte Sano State Park, there’s plenty of wonderful hospitality options in Huntsville to accommodate your stay! Once we’re done with our tour of the Top 10 Huntsville, AL Hotels, head to https://instacard.co/Steve-Stinson/home or call 256-652-2316 to reach Steve Stinson, your local Madison County expert! For now, though, let’s get started!
Hello there and welcome to the UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Palos Verdes Peninsula. I’m Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing area. Ok, let’s get this started! Meet me in front of Promenade on the Peninsula. It’s an amazing shopping center on Indian Peak Road. Just follow your navigation and I’ll meet you there.
Hello there and welcome to the UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Hermosa Beach and Redondo Beach. I’m Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing area. Ok, let’s get this started! How about we begin at a pier and end on a beach? Sounds good to me! Head on over to the Hermosa Beach Pier. It’s at the corner of Hermosa Avenue and Pier Avenue. Our navigation will guide you there. See ya soon!
Lex Lianos and his team at Compass have expertly guided over 700 clients through the process of home buying and they can do the same for you! After this tour of Vienna, Virginia, give Lex Lianos of Compass a call at 703-340-7474 or email email@example.com Also check out his website - lexlianos.com
Hello, and welcome to this tour of the popular north central Austin residential neighborhoods of Brentwood, Allendale and Crestview.
My name is Dave and today I'll be your guide as we explore this sought-out, beautiful and convenient area.
Alright, time to start the tour! Downtown Austin is our starting point today, right near the state capitol building. This will both provide a great glimpse of the city center and all its glory, and offer you an idea of where the north central neighborhoods are in relation to it.
Wanna know where things are at the National Mall in DC? There are so many memorials and museums and historic buildings. On this tour we will drive around the Mall and see where all the cool things are. I’ll even throw in a little bit of information about each place. Come back later to really explore everything in detail.
Salve e benvenuto su UCPlaces! Sono veramente felice di essere la tua guida turistica oggi! Cominciamo a parlare del National Mall. C’è molto di cui parlare! Così tanti monumenti, musei, edifici importanti, punti di riferimento ed oggetti. In questo tour faremo il giro del Mall e io ti mostrerò dove sono le cose più belle. Mi limiterò a darti un po' di informazioni su ciascun posto. Ma vorrai sicuramente tornare quando avrai un po' di tempo per uscire dalla tua auto e goderti davvero la bellezza, la storia e le meraviglie del National Mall di Washington DC. Il Mall accoglie oltre 42 milioni di visitatori ogni anno! Vuoi essere uno di loro? Perfetto! Cominciamo!\rSegui il tuo navigatore fino alla nostra prima fermata.\r
¡Hola y Bienvenidos a UCPlaces! ¡Estoy tan emocionada de ser tu guía hoy! Hablemos del National Mall. ¡Puede ser mucho para afrontar! Tantos monumentos y museos y edificios importantes y lugares emblemáticos y más. En esta visita, recorreremos la Explanada y te mostraré dónde se encuentran las cosas geniales. Incluso introduciré un poco de información sobre cada lugar. Pero vas a querer volver cuando tengan tiempo para salir del auto y realmente disfrutar de la belleza, la historia y las maravillas del National Mall en Washington DC. La Explanada recibe más de 42 millones de visitantes cada año! ¿Quieres ser uno de ellos? ¡Genial! ¡Hagámoslo! Sigue tu navegación hasta nuestra primera parada.
Bonjour et bienvenue à UCPlaces ! Je suis ravi d'être votre guide touristique pour aujourd'hui ! Parlons du National Mall. Parfois on peut se sentir un peu dépassé par sa taille ! Tant de monuments commémoratifs, de musées, d'édifices importants, de monuments à visiter et plus encore. Au cours de cette visite, nous ferons le tour du Mall et je vous montrerai où se trouvent les choses les plus intéressantes. Je vais même vous donner un peu d'informations sur chaque endroit. Mais vous devrez revenir quand vous aurez plus de temps, pour sortir de votre voiture et vraiment apprécier la beauté, l'histoire et les merveilles du National Mall à Washington DC. Le Mall reçoit plus de 42 millions de visiteurs chaque année ! Vous voulez en faire partie ? Cool, allons-y ! Suivez votre navigateur jusqu'à notre premier arrêt.
소개: 안녕하세요. UCPlaces에 오신 것을 환영합니다! 오늘 투어 가이드가 되어서 아주 기쁩니다! National Mall에 대해 이야기합시다. 기념물,박물관, 중요한 건물과 명소와 물건이 많이 있어서여 여러 가지 활동을 할 수 있습니다. 이 투어에서는 쇼핑 센터 주변을 돌아보고 저는 기똥찬 것들이 어디 있는지 보여 줍니다. 나는 각 장소에 대한 정보를 조금씩 설명할 겁니다. 하지만 당신은 워싱턴 DC의 National Mall에서 아름다움과 역사, 경이로움을 생각해 볼 때 돌아올 겁니다. 매년 4 천 2 백만 방문자는 쇼핑 센터를 방문합니다! 그들 중 하나가 되고 싶습니까? 대박! 이것을 합시다! 네비게이션을 따라 첫 번째 정차합니다.
序論 こんにちは。UCPlacesへようこそ！本日皆さんのツアーガイドをさせていただき、本当に 嬉しいです！ナショナル・モールについてなんですけど、記念碑と博物館、重要な建物とラ ンドマーク等、確認すべきところが多いです！このツアーで私たちはモールを歩き回りなが ら、素晴らしいところを見ていきます。各場所についての情報も少しずつ付けてあります。 けれども、あなたは車から出る時間ができて、ワシントンDCにあるナショナル・モールの 美しさと歴史の深さと素晴らしさを見物したら、ここにまた来たくなるはずです。モールに は毎年４千２百万以上のお客さんが訪れます。その中の一人になりたいでしょうか？いいで す！やっちゃいましょう！ナビゲーションをついて行って１番目のストップに向かいましょ う。
Hello, and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of Fauquier County, brought to you on behalf of our local real estate experts Brenda, Cynthia and Careen of Long & Foster Real Estate.
Being longtime residents of Fauquier County & Culpeper County, their 40+ (combined) years of experience in the real estate industry and settlement process will serve you well.
These Realtors make sure their service to their clients is top notch. They bring dedication, work ethic and commitment to each transaction and all of their clients.
All right! Let’s get this tour started…….from our Long & Foster office at 492 Blackwell Road, Warrenton, VA……
This relaxing tour explores the four mile route around Hains Point. We will see thousands of Cherry Trees (hopefully in full bloom),along with some beautiful views, a few memorials, and even the Cuban Friendship Urn. Put on your walking shoes and grab your camera!
This tour will take you all around the Washington DC Tidal Basin so you can see the beautiful and picturesque cherry blossoms there. We will also stop at a few memorials and bridges as we go. Be sure to bring your camera!
こんにちは！ユーシープレイスにようこそ！今日は、ヘインズポイント周辺のワシントンDC桜探検ツアーにご案内します。 このツアーは4マイルあるので、ゆっくりと時間をかけていきましょう。自転車やスクーターなどに乗ってもいいですよ。もちろんジョギングもできますが、安全確認をしながら写真をたくさん撮ってください！ それでは、どのように桜の木がワシントンDCに来たのでしょう。１９１０年、日本の市長がアメリカに木を２０００本送りました。残念なことに木々は害虫に冒されてしまっていたので、ウイリアムタフト大統領はその木々を使って巨大なたき火を作りました。日本はそのことについて申し訳なく思い健康な木を３０００本送ったということです。 天候に応じて、通常四月のはじめころに桜は約二週間の間さきます。満開の期間は四から七日間です。今年はタイミングが合っているでしょうか！ デバイスにある「ナビゲーションを開始」を選択すると、ナビゲーションにより駐車場に移動し、駐車してツアーを開始できます。DCで最もエキサイティングな彫像であるキューバの友情の壷のそばにあります。冗談です。キューバの友情の壷はありますがそんなに期待はしないでください。 では後ほどお会いしましょう！たくさんの美しい花をみなさんと見ることができますよう楽しみにしています！
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Knoxville, Tennessee. My name is Dave and I’ll be showing you around on behalf of real estate expert Marcia Inklebarger.
Marcia is an Affiliate Broker and Director of Marketing and Recruiting for Knoxville Real Estate Professionals. She was born and raised in Tennessee and graduated from the University of Tennessee right here in Knoxville, so she really knows her stuff. Go Vols! Marcia also studied dance for 20 years, and unapologetically admits she is addicted to coffee.
Aside from real estate, Marcia loves to travel, cook and shop at some of the amazing local businesses I’ll be showing you later in this tour. Marcia’s approach to real estate is to treat everyone the way she would want to be treated. She treats clients like people, with honesty and integrity, while also educating buyers and sellers through their real estate journey. You can reach her at 865-659-7050 or 865-766-4090 if you have any questions. She would LOVE to chat with you! Take it from Marcia, “Home… is where your story begins.”
Speaking of beginning, let’s get going on the tour! There’s a convenient parking garage at the corner of Walnut and Wall Avenue. Follow your navigation and I’ll meet you there!
This Cherry Blossom and Memorials tour will guide you around the thousands of beautiful cherry trees in and around some of the most popular memorials and monuments in Washington DC. We will even walk along the beautiful Tidal Basin where some of the best views are during the Cherry Blossom festival!
Hi, and welcome to UCPlaces! Today I'm going to take you on a tour that starts at the corner of 15th Street Northwest and Pennsylvania Avenue. From there I'm going to take you to the White House and then all around the west side of the National Mall. I'm going to share some cool historical stories they don't teach you about in school, and even let you in on some fun Washington, DC secrets. I know, this all sounds too good to be true and you feel like pinching yourself to make sure you're not dreaming, but let me assure you, this is really happening. Let's get started! Meet me at the White House Gifts store. Again, it is at the corner of 15th Street Southwest and Pennsylvania Avenue. There are a few parking garages around there plus even some street parking, if you are lucky. See ya soon!
Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Woodstock, Georgia on behalf of Local Expert Yelena Grinchuk. Yelena has been diligently serving sellers and buyers for over 21 years. During this time, she has gained a true passion for the Real-Estate business, whether it be navigating the way for first timers or helping her clients find their perfect dream home in any situation that may arise, and her goal is to take as much stress away from the home buying/selling experience as possible. Yelena Grinchuk is in the top 10% of agents in her company, and Top 500 in the state of Georgia. She was awarded the City Beat News Spectrum Award and is a RealtyTrac Exclusive Agent in Cherokee and Cobb Counties, which gives her direct access to pre-foreclosure and foreclosure listings. She received her mortgage license in 2017, and she’s a social media marketing expert which keeps her above the competition. If after this tour you want to know more about the Woodstock area, give Yelena a call or text at (404) 642-7772 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org, and she will answer any questions you may have. Now, a little about Woodstock! Woodstock, Georgia is part of the Atlanta Metro area, sitting just 30 miles north of Atlanta and has over 30,000 residents. In 2007 it was named one of the fastest growing Suburbs in the United States. Woodstock is a great choice for those commuting to Atlanta with easy access to interstate 575 and Interstate 75. Woodstock also offers a quiet getaway from the bustle of city life in Atlanta, giving residents the best of both worlds. To start this tour, meet me by the Outlet Shoppes at Atlanta
Let's explore some historic and iconic sites around the U Street Corridor! We've got theaters, restaurants, memorials, museums and of course somewhere to stop and grab a drink or two. Experience the rich history and influence of African American culture through some of the oldest and most influential landmarks in the U Street Corridor. Let's go!
Hello there, and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of beautiful Naples, Florida! My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around today.
This tour includes white sands, blue water, history, shopping, art, wildlife, and of course food and amazing views
A super special thing about this tour is that I thought it would be clever to start it on one pier and then end it on another. Clever, right? Thanks! On that note, meet me at the entrance to the Naples Pier on 12th Avenue. Your navigation will guide you right in. You will need to park though, and there is a large parking lot on the corner of 12th Avenue and Gulf Shore Blvd. Put on your walking shoes, because we are doing this tour on foot. Don’t panic. It’s only a mile long and you can take plenty of breaks for shopping. Also we will be ending the tour at a restaurant, so go ahead and get hungry! See you soon!
Hello there and welcome to UCPlaces! My name is Shelly and I am so excited to show you some of my favorite spots in Retiro Park. There is a lot of great history there, plus some beautiful sculptures, incredible monuments, fountains, lakes, ponds and some of the most amazing gardens you will ever see. Are you ready for this? Awesome! Press “Start tour” and follow your navigation toward our meet-up spot which will be at Independence Plaza. This is a walking tour so if you are driving, find a place to park nearby, walk to the starting point and I’ll see you soon!
This tour starts near the White House and covers the east side of the National Mall, all the way to the Capitol Building and back. It includes numerous statues, memorials and museums of all kinds.
Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of Old Town Alexandria. History is always a treat--but this tour is especially sweet! Did you know that Forbes named Alexandria the Ice Cream capital of the world in 2019? This guided tour explores Alexandria’s historic charm, through public art, a stroll down cobblestone streets, itty bitty homes and old churches. Best of all-- we stake out the top ice cream shops in town! Beginning on the idyllic Potomac River waterfront, we make our way through the heart of Old Town Alexandria’s historic district, with plenty of delicious detours along the way.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of Morgan County, Utah. My name is Jerry Pierce and I am not your typical Realtor. Instead of boasting ad nauseum about awards and accomplishments you’re not interested in, I’m taking the novel approach of actually giving you what you want — real answers to real questions. Will I return calls and emails? Yes. Without question. I realize this is one of the major frustrations the general public has with dealing with agents. My clients are first in every transaction. Here's what I can tell you: I'm honest and candid. I take pride in being approachable and friendly. And if you need a quick real estate brain, or a strong dose of honesty, you’re in the right place. Loyalty to family, clients, and friends is one of my core values. On a personal level, I'm pretty good at cooking, and I'm not too shabby at Karaoke either. I can also add that I am a volunteer Advanced Emergency Medical Technician for 24 years with Morgan County, I am a substitute school bus driver for Morgan County School District for 12 years, I am a Board member of the Morgan Area Chamber of Commerce, I am a proud supporter of the Morgan community, I have been a licensed Realtor for 16 years and have local knowledge and experience in all of Morgan County in addition to Summit, Weber, Davis, and Box Elder Counties. I am married with five children (three girls & two boys), three Sons in law, I love to travel, spend time with family, take rides in my Side X Side, and enjoy being a Dad & Grandpa.
Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of Denver Colorado’s coolest neighborhood - Lower Downtown (LoDo for short). This tour will lead you on a trek through the heart of a neighborhood that perfectly blends the nostalgic and modern – a great link between Denver’s past & present. Known for its world famous food & beverage scene, lavish hotels, amazing architecture, and riveting history dating all-the-way back to the Gold Rush era, LoDo has something to offer every visitor. On this journey you’ll see where the coldest game in Major League Baseball history was played, gape at one of the grandest train stations in the United States, and step foot inside a haunted brewery. Along the way you’ll visit the largest independent bookstore in the state, see where the mile high city’s milk comes from, and hear the story of Harry Houdini’s most death-defying escape. We can’t wait to share this neighborhood with you! To get started, make your way to the intersection of Blake Street & 18th Street. I’ll meet you there.
Explore Little Tokyo in downtown Los Angeles with Historic America and UC Places. Designated as a National Historic Landmark District in 1995, the shops, restaurants, museums and memorials of Little Tokyo are a popular attraction for travelers and locals alike. One of just three Japantowns in the United States, this neighborhood is a must see! Our tour begins at Spring and First Streets, near Los Angeles City Hall. See you there!
Explore sunny San Diego with Historic America and UC Places. The Embarcadero or “landing place” invites guests to explore the rich maritime history and culture of Southern California. Highlights on this walking tour include Seaport Village, Tuna Harbor and the Maritime Museum. Meet me in front of the Manchester Grand Hyatt, at the intersection of West Harbor Drive and Kettner Blvd. See you there!
Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of San Francisco's Chinatown. This tour will guide you through one of the Bay Area’s most celebrated neighborhoods, the oldest and biggest Chinatown in the United States. Using historic sites, spiritual institutions, sites, sounds and statuary, you’ll learn how this place has persevered as an iconic center for the Chinese diaspora. We can’t wait to share San Francisco's Chinatown with you! To get started, meet me at the exit of the Montgomery Bart station, on Market Street.
Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of New Orleans’ Garden District - the Crescent City’s fanciest neighborhood. This tour will lead you on a trek through the heart of New Orleans’ most exclusive enclave – an upscale neighborhood known for its old world charm, opulent mansions, and engrossing history filled with one-of-a-kind characters found only in the Big Easy. On our walk together, you’ll stroll past spreading oak trees and along shaded lanes, explore quirky homes with outlandish stories, and encounter a cemetery which inspired one of the greatest horror trilogies in American literary history. Along the way you’ll see a spot where secret voodoo rituals were performed, hear the poetry of Walt Whitman, and visit a house named for the most famous pair of brothers in NFL history. We can’t wait to share this neighborhood with you! To get started, make your way to the address 2727 Prytania Street. I’ll meet you there.
Alexander Hamilton is one of America’s most influential Founding Fathers. A member of the Continental Congress and primary author of the Federalist Papers, he tirelessly championed the Constitution, and served as the United States first Secretary of the Treasury. However, despite his enduring political legacy, his name has become rather obscure in the popular tellings of our American Revolution. Alexander Hamilton was hardly a household name before author and composer, Lin Manuel Miranda, gave his story a new voice through the hit Broadway musical, Hamilton! Whether you’re a long-time history nerd or were recently introduced to the American saga through Miranda’s captivating lyrical cadence, this tour is for you! Miranda certainly did his research to write a Tony and Pulitzer winning play, first gaining inspiration while reading Ron Chernow's 2004 biography about the now famous founder. The play is historical fiction, and Miranda took some notable artistic liberties, but the people, places and events are very real. The backdrop for most of the play, and a lot of the real Hamilton’s real life, was New York City, right here in lower Manhattan. This tour will trace the footsteps of Alexander Hamilton’s remarkable life, in a remarkable city, at a remarkable moment in history. To begin your walking tour of Hamilton's New York, meet me at The Battery. Enter Battery Park from State Street. You can follow our navigation system to the tour's origin, and throughout your guided audio tour. See you soon!
Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of Downtown Nashville. This tour will lead you on a trek through the heart of Music City – a neighborhood known for its world famous performance venues, outrageous saloon scene, and riveting history. On this journey you’ll see the Mother Church of Country Music, take a ride on the HonkyTonk highway and experience some of the best street art in town. Along the way you’ll visit the tastiest candy store around, see an old brothel in the buckle of the bible belt and step foot where Nashville itself was born. We can’t wait to share this neighborhood with you! To get started, make your way to the southwest corner of Walk of Fame Park at the intersection of Demonbreun Street & John Lewis Way.
Welcome to Prince Edward County, Ontario and this UCplaces tour of the fabulous wineries unique to the area, on behalf of local expert Cheryl Carrier. Cheryl is a proud mom of 3 active boys and an equally proud and supportive military spouse.She is consistently a top performing Realtor recognized for her skills and dedication to clients. Her ability to be relied on as a real estate professional, a volunteer and supporter of community events, lends to a positive effect for all the people in her community. Also, Cheryl likes wine and is excited to share with you this UCPlaces tour of Wineries in Prince Edward County. She would also love to chat with you, so give her a call at 613-242-9139 if you have any questions at all. We are going to start this adventure at Sandbanks Estate Winery. Just follow your navigation and I’ll meet you there! And as always, please drink responsibly.
Presented By Steve Stinson - Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Huntsville, Alabama, the seat of Madison County! A lifelong Alabamian and a 40+ year Madison County, Alabama inhabitant, Steve Stinson of Keller WIlliams Huntsville’s specialty is making a complicated real estate process simple! So Huntsville is known as the Rocket City to many, because NASA actually developed the Saturn rockets for the Apollo program here! Besides being there from the start of the American space industry, to the cutting edge it exists on today, Huntsville is moreover a wonderful place to live and play! Today we’ll show you some reasons why Rocket City is a great place to be!
The world's most famous public park (in the world!) is filled with totally man-made nature and designed for park-goers to get lost in!, so Get Lost!...in Central Park
Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Local Expert Shahla Davies is a licensed realtor in the Lehigh Valley with a great knowledge of the newest market trends. If after this tour you want to learn more about what Bethlehem has to offer, contact Shahla at 484-547-8259 or shoot her an email at email@example.com. If you want to see more tours in the area you can also check out her tour of Allentown, right here! Now a little about Bethlehem. Bethlehem has a rich, rich history. Known for the headquarters of Bethlehem Steel, Bethlehem was once one of the largest steel producers in the United States. Now Bethlehem has morphed from an industrial hub to a vibrant city. Bethlehem has plenty to offer but if you need to get away, its close proximity to Lehigh Valley’s International Airport makes travel seamless. For commuters, Bethlehem has easy access to interstate 78, Pennsylvania route 412 and U.S route 22. Just like how Bethlehem shares its name with the biblical city, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania has been nicknamed the “Christmas City”. It won’t be hard to get in the Christmas spirit with Bethlehem’s annual Christmas village, holiday cocktail trails and annual gingerbread decorating contest. To start the tour, meet me in downtown Bethlehem right by the North Street parking garage. Just follow your navigation!
Brought to you by Guy Allen Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Woodbridge, Virginia . Meet our local expert Guy Allen. Guy has been a leader in the real estate and mortgage industry for over forty years and is excited to help you find your dream home! If after the tour you fall in love with Woodbridge, contact Guy Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org or give him a call at 571-722-2337. Now a little about Woodbridge. Woodbridge is located in the heart of Prince William County and is located just 20 miles south of Washington D.C. Before the 1980s, Woodbridge was mostly farmland but now it is experiencing an industrial boom, thanks to the influx of government workers coming to the area. This is a great place for those who want both the access to a big city while also having the coziness of a suburb to retreat to. To start this tour meet me at the Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Atlanta, Georgia. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing city. In case you weren’t aware, Atlanta is the capital of Georgia and has the 10th largest economy in the United States. Atlanta’s diverse economy includes aerospace, logistics, medical services, information technology, film and television production, media operations and much much more. Originally it was founded as the end of a major railroad, but now it is actually a junction among multiple railroads, propelling major growth. Don’t be mistaken though - Atlanta is nestled in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and has rolling hills and dense urban tree coverage. It’s not just concrete and high rises. Well, should we go check some of it out? Ok, let’s get going. Our first site is Martin Luther King Junior Park. There’s lots to see there. Please meet me at the corner of Howell Street North East and Auburn Avenue North East.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Fort Lauderdale, Florida. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing city on behalf of agent Derek Lee. Known for bringing a “natural curiosity” to everything he does, Derek Lee is masterful at identifying opportunities to connect people with solutions. Derek grew up in Northeast Ohio - a place often referred to as the “snow belt”. And after spending a week at his best friend’s home in West Palm Beach, he fell in love with South Florida. A few years later, Fort Lauderdale became his home. Derek is also very passionate about helping people and serves on the GLBX Board and the Cultural Arts Committee for the Greater Fort Lauderdale Chamber of Commerce as well as supports multiple charities in the area including St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Covenant House, Broward House, The Poverello Center and Kakes 4 Kids, Good Karma Pet Rescue and Shih Tzu Rescue of Davie. He is active in several local Chambers of Commerce and is a graduate of Leadership Fort Lauderdale Class 22. At Compass, Derek works with Team JK, one of the top five largest real estate teams in the region. Team JK specializes in residential family homes with ocean access and commercial office space while offering over 100 years of cumulative experience and an ongoing commitment to providing an elevated level of personal service. “My mantra is ‘listen more, talk less’ so my ability to solve problems and identify hidden opportunities is laser sharp.” Outside of real estate, Derek is an avid runner, a voracious reader, a seasoned traveler, huge Star Wars fan and he loves to watch movies at home with his husband and their two adorable dogs, Jayden and Pascal. Derek would love to talk to you after your tour. Give him a call at 954-706-6950. Ok, let’s talk about Fort Lauderdale! Fort Lauderdale, nicknamed “Venice of America”, is home to 24 miles of Atlantic beaches as well as over 300 miles of intercoastal waterways. Water is a way of life down here. Unlike Its fast-paced neighbor Miami, locals here like to take things a tad bit slower. It might be the 3,000 hours of sunshine Fort.Lauderdale gets every year that keeps the locals so relaxed. That being said, there is no shortage of nightlife activity and you'll find the best spots on this tour. If you ever want to leave, but why would you, there are three international airports and three seaports, all conveniently located for all your travel needs. This tour will give you a taste of some of the best Downtown Fort Lauderdale spots to dine, shop and spend a weekend, as well as some hidden gems and best kept local secrets. The best part is you will be taking this tour on what's considered Fort. Lauderdale’s most scenic Mile, Riverwalk park. Go ahead and follow your navigation to East Las Olas Blvd and SE 6th Ave. Find a place to park and let’s go!
Hello, and welcome to the UC Places tour of Jimmy Buffett’s Key West! My name is Stephen, and I’ll be taking you on a journey through the island escapades of the legendary musician. Today’s tour is brought to you by Tyler Sheff of Future Home Realty. Tyler has been a licensed Realtor in Florida for over 20 years, and specializes in helping people invest in their dream homes in the Keys. When he’s not moving beach houses, Tyler enjoys fishing, hunting, and scuba diving. He’s also the host of the popular Cash Flow Guys podcast, where he educates listeners on money management and real estate investments with weekly guests. When we’re finished with the tour today, head to keywestrealtor.com or call 305-222-7081 to learn how Tyler can help you escape the rat race and enjoy all life has to offer. Now, without further ado, let’s change our latitudes and our attitudes with a trip down Jimmy Buffett’s memory lane. Follow the GPS directions to the first stop, the site of the Lantern Inn on Stock Island.
Hello, and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of historic Madison, Wisconsin. My Name is Stephen, and I’m excited to get to show you around town today! Before we get to it, let me tell you a little bit about the sponsor of today’s tour. Rick Corey has been in Real Estate for over 20 years and boasts an extensive background in agent education and advancement. As a team member with Mode Realty, Rick strives to provide the ultimate property experience, based on trust, respect, and reliability. In addition to being one of southern Wisconsin’s best real estate agents, Rick is a passionate musician, and can often be found onstage or backstage, celebrating the joy of creativity. Rick Corey is dedicated to helping his clients find the right spot to pursue a life without limits, surrounded by who and what they love. When you’re ready to take the next step toward finding a home in Madison, Dane County, or Green County, give Rick a call at 608-219-6066 or send an email to Rick@MoveMode.com. Now, let’s get started with the tour! Our first stop is Camp Randall Park. Follow the navigation directions to the home of Wisconsin Football.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of Carteret County, North Carolina, specifically the cities of Beaufort and Morehead. I encourage you to slow down and enjoy the drive. You may even want to pull over entirely at some of our stops because I have so much I want to share with you about this exciting, historic county along the Crystal Coast of North Carolina. First, let me introduce you to the Star Team, our local real estate experts and the sponsor of today’s tour. With a proven reputation based on more than 20 years of exceeding client expectations, this experienced, highly-qualified team of brokers and support staff has what it takes to keep you – the client – the number one priority. Knowledge of the local market, clear communication and, above all, integrity combine to make The Star Team your trusted team for Crystal Coast real estate. You can reach them at email@example.com or call 252-727-5656. Now, let’s get started with the tour. Follow the GPS navigation to our first destination.
Hello! Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of San Clemente’s vibrant restaurant scene. My name is Deb Pollock – I’m a licensed Realtor and UCPlaces’ local expert in Orange County. I’ll be showing you around town today. First, a little bit about me: My clients' needs always come first. I commit to be your Real Estate agent for life, and will therefore dedicate 100% of my time and effort to assure you & your home purchase or sale gets all the attention it needs. Being in the residential construction industry with my parents being developers and general contractors and having a construction business for over 28 years. I have a keen eye for making a house a home, through my unique vision and positive attitude. Buying or selling a home may be your most exciting, emotional and most stressful life experience. My expertise, accuracy and dedication to you will ease the stress and make your transaction more enjoyable. I will always keep you informed and updated, protect your interests and quality control all other parties to the transaction, making each real estate transaction a positive experience. All right – let's get started! Follow the GPS navigation to find the first restaurant on our list, Fig@313. When you get to each spot, feel free to stop and smell the cooking while I talk.
Hello everyone, I’m glad you can join me! I’m Christian, your guide and I would like to welcome you to my hometown of Fairfax, Virginia. This walking tour will focus on Fairfax’s Old Town Historic District. We’ll begin at the Fairfax County Museum and Visitor Center and end in the vicinity of the Fairfax Court House where Route 123 (Chain Bridge Road) and Route 236 (Main Street) meet.
Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Brampton, Ontario. My name is Shelly and I’ll be the one showing you around today. Brampton is a suburban city, located in the Greater Toronto area. Its population is over half a million, making it the 9th largest municipality in Canada. Brampton wasn’t always like this though. In the 1950s Brampton’s population was only about 10,000. Call that a jump! Did you know Brampton was once nicknamed “The Flower Town of Canada” due its booming flower growing industry? For a while, Dale’s Estate Nursery was the town's largest employer and was the largest flower business in North America. Offering more than 6,000 acres of parkland, Brampton provides access to a wide variety of outdoor activities. People from around the world have come together to live, work, play and pray in this City. Brampton residents represent more than 170 different cultures and speak more than 70 languages. To start this tour meet me right by Heart Lake Conservation Park.
Hello, and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the many wondrous parks in and around Bend, Oregon. My name is Dave, and I’m looking forward to taking you on a journey through this city nestled on the eastern edge of the Cascade Range along the Deschutes River. Before we get started, let me introduce you to our local expert Realtor, Paul Frazier, a resident of the Bend area for over 20 years. Paul and his wife have raised 4 children here in Central Oregon and they have enjoyed all the outdoor activities that Bend has to offer. The hallmark of Paul’s career has been overdelivering for his clients. With an advanced understanding of the systems that are now being used to buy and sell real estate, Paul doesn't need to over promise his clientele to secure business. He brings this work ethic, dedication and commitment to each Real Estate transaction and to each of his clients, and that is what sets him apart from the rest. If today’s tour inspires you to start your search for a home in the greater Bend area or anywhere else in Redmond or Powell Butte, give Paul a call at (541) 797-9966. You can also reach him via email at firstname.lastname@example.org Alrighty then, let’s get started!
Hello! I'm Sue from Virginia, and my husband and I lived in Cihangir (pronounced chee HAN geer) for three months and learned all about the shops and little restaurants in the arts and antique district of the city. We absolutely loved our neighborhood and learned it inside and out while we were here. This tour starts a quick walk or tram ride from the tourist area and right arcross the street from where the cruise ships dock, but you'll quickly be in a fun and thriving area with very few tourists and the best antiquing in the city. Also an amazing bakery. And Sesame Street. The real one.
Welcome to the Historic America & UCPlaces audio walking tour of Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn neighborhood. Today you’ll be walking along the most historic stretch of road in Atlanta! The area is packed with American stories as Auburn Avenue is lined with amazing buildings, stunning street art, and powerful tales of Atlanta’s Black heritage. We’ll see where Martin Luther King Junior was born & raised, visit the places where he worked, and explore the community that nurtured him before ultimately laying him to rest. You’ll visit the spot where Ray Charles was discovered, where Hall-of-Fame hoop dreams began, and where the laundresses of Atlanta struck a blow for human dignity. We can’t wait to share this neighborhood with you! To get started, make your way to the intersection of Auburn Avenue and Peachtree Center Ave.
Welcome to this UCplaces tour of the best restaurants in Winchester, Virginia on behalf of our local expert Brandon Curtis. Brandon is hardworking, dedicated and will make sure you find your dream home! If after this tour you want to see more of the Winchester area, give Brandon a call at (703) 727-5890 or send him an email at email@example.com. If you’re on the hunt for your next date location or just want to try a new brunch spot, this tour will show you the best and most delicious spots in Winchester. I hope you came hungry! To start this tour, meet me at Cafe Del Sol on Featherbed Lane, heading west toward Loudon Street.
Aloha! That means “Hello” in Hawaiian. Welcome to this UCPlaces Road to Hana driving tour! My name is Shelly and I feel honored to be able to show you around. Are you ready to see some unbelievable sights, learn some fascinating history, and just have an overall incredible time? Great! That’s what I’m here for. Again, my name is Shelly and we are gonna be the best of friends. We are coming up to the official start of the tour now. I’ll be back when you get there! Remember, just follow your navigation!
Welcome to Fort Collins! This magical town is too big to be small. Too small to be big. Somehow, we fit it all in with beautiful views, loads of tech employers, and plenty of play. Fort Collins is a university town with rural roots and a hip vibe. We love our bikes. Our dogs. And our brew pubs. Summer is festival season, so I hope you like live music. Education is very important to this community, and it shows in our strong schools. This is my downtown walking tour, but I also have a driving tour of the larger Fort Collins Community so check that out. I'm Ann Brady. Your local expert. I was recently voted one of Northern Colorado's Top 5 real estate brokers and I've written several books about real estate, the Savvy Seller Collective. Joy is my North Star and I love empowering others to chase their own joy. I hope you enjoy this tour of my sweet city and if you decide to make it your sweet city, stop by Savvy Seller Collective.com or call me at 970-999-5882. I can't wait to hear about your vision for a Fort Collins life. For now, let's get this tour started. Shall we? My friend Shelley, is going to show you around downtown. But, anytime she talks about dancing, just know that I’m close by. Meet me at Coopersmiths. I love giant jenga almost as much as I love dancing. This is a walking tour, so if you are driving right now, please go find a place to park. I recommend the Old Town Garage at the corner of East Mountain Avenue and Remington Street. We begin and end very near there.
Museums, cemeteries, parks, gardens, chapels, famous houses and even an ice cream shop! This tour of Dumbarton Oaks and Tudor Place walks you along old red brick sidewalks and through some beautiful and historic neighborhoods. I promise you will learn something new about something old! 18th and 19th centuries, to be exact. Make sure to pay attention because there will be a quiz near the end of the tour! This is a really fun one. Let's get going!
Haunted mansions, bridges, graveyards, haunted movie sites, murder crime scenes, ghost stories, giant flesh eating worms, and cupcakes. All of that in one tour! Georgetown Ghosts, Murder and Mayhem has a little bit of everything. Join us!
Today’s tour will take you on a beautiful and informative walk around Georgetown University. The tour will begin at the entrance to the University which is at the corner of 37th Street Northwest and O Street Northwest in Washington, DC. Please meet there, at the crosswalk near the Capital Bikeshare.
On this horse statue tour in DC we will learn some fascinating facts about the wonderful horses around DC. We also plan on debunking a myth and stopping at a cafe for something yummy. Join us!
Hi! my name is Shelly and welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the Parks in Ashburn, Virginia on behalf of our local expert Anna Triviso. If after the tour you would like to see more of the Ashburn area, give Anna at (571) 417-0026 or send her an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Now a little about Ashburn! Ashburn is nestled only 30 miles northwest of Washington, DC, making it a hub for commuters and employees of the area. Ashburn is often nicknamed the “bullseye of America's Internet” due to the many data centers that are in the area. Aside from being home to many high-tech businesses, Ashburn is also home to the Washington Football Team’s training facility. To get started with the tour, meet me over by Trailside Park.
Ramzi Beidas and Amy Simone of Weichart Realty are proud to present this UCPlaces tour of the Top Restaurants in Ashburn, Virginia. Ramzi’s greatest satisfaction is helping people get their dream home. He's also a food enthusiast who loves Middle Eastern food, or just a good BBQ. Amy is his realtor partner and believes in bringing in a unique and personal edge to real estate. She’s also been a Virginia resident for over 25 years. If after this tour you want to learn more about the Ashburn area give either one of them a call. You can reach Amy at 703-728-4350 or email her at email@example.com or give Ramzi a call at 201-375-0004 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of The Blue Mountains in Ontario. Our local expert Carole Kneeshaw is waiting to answer all of your questions about this beautiful destination. This tour will show you all the great spots to ski, snowboard and enjoy the Winter season as well a few spots like spas and bars where you can defrost . If you like what you see and want to know more about the Simcoe County area, reach out to Carole at 705-790-1463 or send her an email at email@example.com. Now a little about the Blue Mountains! The Blue Mountains are named after the, well, the Blue Mountain. The Blue mountain is 76 Meters tall and brings in tourists from all over for skiing, snowboarding and other alpine activities. In the summer, hiking and backpacking are extremely popular on the Mountain as well. The close proximity to Nottawasaga Bay makes this a hot vacation town all season long To start this tour, meet me over by the Bruce Trail trailhead!
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Texarkana, Texas. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this amazing city. Texarkana is a two-county region with Texarkana, Texas on one side and Texarkana, Arkansas on the other. There are a few stories that explain where the name comes from. One says it was named after a Red River Steamboat. Another legend states that the name came from a cocktail called “Texarkana Bitters.” Yet another story is that a railroad surveyor just made up the name. Who knows, and it probably doesn’t matter. Let’s go check this place out for ourselves. Are you ready? Great! Oh, before I forget - We will be ending the tour at a fun park so you may want to pick up some lunch to eat there! Ok, Meet me right in front of the 1894 Gallery and City Market on 105 Olive Street. Your navigation will guide you in. See you soon!
Hello and Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the Top 10 locally owned Restaurants in Huntsville, Alabama, on behalf of our local expert Steve Stinson. Steve is a lifelong Alabamian and has lived in Madison County for over 40 years. Steve is known for making the real estate process simple and hassle free, so if after the tour you want to learn more about what Huntsville has to offer, make sure to give him a call at (256) 652-2316 or send him an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. While you are here, I’d like to mention Steve is a prolific tour maker on the UCPlaces app so make sure to check some of his other tours of Huntsville while you’re here. This tour will show you the best restaurants in Huntsville, certified by Steve himself. Hope you came hungry! Take your time driving through this downtown area, since there’s lots to see and you don’t want to miss anything! To start this tour meet me at our first stop, Revivalist.
Hello and Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the Top 8 Rooftop Bars for Your Spring Enjoyment. in Huntsville, Alabama, on behalf of our local expert Steve Stinson. Steve is a lifelong Alabamian and has lived in Madison County for over 40 years. Steve is known for making the real estate process simple and hassle free, so if after the tour you want to learn more about what Huntsville has to offer, make sure to give him a call at (256) 652-2316 or send him an email at email@example.com.
Welcome to this UCPlaces tour of the Top 10 Huntsville, Music Venues! After the tour, head to https://instacard.co/Steve-Stinson/home or call 256-652-2316 to reach Steve Stinson, your local Madison County expert! For now, though, let’s get started!
Welcome to this UCPlaces Bar Crawl of Old Town Alexandria. My name is Shelly and I’ll be taking you on this tour on behalf of our local expert Batel Yona. Now a little about Batel. Batel Yona was born and raised here in Northern Virginia, and is an alumnus of George Mason University. Before launching her career in real estate, Batel spent a couple years living abroad in Melbourne, Australia working as a portrait and fashion photographer. Batel has an extensive track record of going above and beyond for her clients, specializing in customer service, and customizing the home buying and selling process for everyone she works with. As a Northern Virginia native, her favorite thing about the DMV is the environmental versatility- from the national and public parks, like Burke Lake Park and Great Falls, to DC’s plethora of national landmarks and Smithsonian museums. You’ll always have something to do in the DMV, so if you’re interested in putting down roots in the DC metro area, be sure to reach out to Batel Yona for all your real estate needs! Now a little about Old Town Alexandria! Like the name suggests, Old Town is Alexandria’s famous and beloved historic district. With its cobblestone streets and historic architecture, Old Town brings a simple, rustic charm to the DC Metro area. Don’t let the old architecture fool you though, there's still plenty of fun to be had. Meet me by The Light Horse and I’ll show you around!
Hi everyone! I am so glad that you are here today in Blacksburg, VA to join me on a tour of Virginia Tech! My name is Grace Hubbard and I will be guiding you around today. I am a junior here double majoring in Marketing and Management Consulting and Analytics. I might be biased but I think Blacksburg is one of the best towns you can be in! Throughout the tour, I will be talking at each stop and the navigation will direct you to every POI. Head on over to Washington St across from the Office of University Scholarships to get started with the tour. Go Hokies!
This tour starts at the Francis Scott Key Bridge and ends on Theodore Roosevelt Island, with PLENTY of interesting stops in between. Grab a sack lunch to take with you to enjoy on the island and let's get started!
Check out all of the memorials, gardens, statues and historical moments in Boston Common! Plus learn some little-known facts along the way.
The best way to take this tour is with a group of friends on either Friday night, or Saturday and Sunday after 12:00 noon because that’s when you get the most free booze and drinking is best done with friends. That’s right. Most of the distilleries in this tour offer free tastings of their spirits on the weekend. I have personally taken this tour, with friends, and we had a TON of free tastings so I know what I’m talking about.
Dupont Circle is a thriving neighborhood known for its historical architecture and landmarks. It's also home to "Embassy Row," plus a multitude of historic statues, mansions, memorials and a whole lot more. Come check it out with me!
This fun tour of Philadelphia covers statues, museums, churches, parks and even an old historic prison! At the end we will run right up those famous Rocky Steps, just like Rocky Balboa did in the 1976 movie which was appropriately titled, "Rocky." Join us!
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