Christine Neal and her team at Coldwell Banker can help you... As a real estate agent, I am often asked which areas I would recommend, and Gaithersburg is always at the top of my list. I have personally lived here myself for most of my life. I love being close to Washington, DC and Baltimore, 3 hours from the beach and less than one hour from the mountains. There is so much Gaithersburg has to offer that I am excited to tell you all about. Thanks for joining me on the UCPlaces app. I would love to hear from you and show you around personally. Call me, Christine Neal, at 301-503-7701 or email me at ChristineNealHomes@gmail.com. Also feel free to check out my website at ChristineNealHomes.com.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Atlanta, Georgia. I’ll be showing you around this amazing city on behalf of my good friend and Real Estate Agent, Harvey Johnson. Aside from being a Real Estate Agent for Keller Williams, Harvey is a certified Butcher and Baker, so he’s a great friend to have. He and his wife are also big fans of rescuing dogs. Their rescue family consists of Hattie the Yorkie Terrier, Edith the Airedale Terrier Mix and Esther the Pit Bull Terrier. According to Harvey, Hattie runs the show at their house. So now that you know a little about Harvey, let’s show you around his amazing selling area of Atlanta. After your tour you can contact him at 404-999-0087. He’d love to talk with you. Or, you can reach out to Harvey through his website: harveyjohnson.kw.com. 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.
Welcome to Historic America's walking tour of the President's Neighborhood. We're glad you could join us! I'm Aaron your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour will explore not just the White House, but the fascinating buildings which surround it.
Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of the Haight-Ashbury, one of San Francisco's most storied and colorful neighborhoods! I’m Aaron, your guide and professional history nerd. Before we begin, check out www.historicamerica.org to view our multitude of tour offerings and extra elements, like our podcast and Youtube series. I also invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media to show off your neighborhood adventure today. Let’s begin. During the late 1960s, the Haight-Ashbury was home to the countercultural movement that sought to create a brave new world of free expression, free love, and new possibilities. Along these storied streets, the movement’s followers - hippies - mounted a peaceful revolution against war, conformity, materialism, and oppression. There are at least two sides to every revolution, however, and although the hippie counterculture had its insights, it also had excesses. We’ll explore both today. The hippies were joined by many of the most talented musicians and the most notorious personalities of their era. On this tour, we will explore their stories (along with a few others), ultimately discovering how the “flower children” left an indelible mark on the history of the Haight-Ashbury, San Francisco, and the United States. Alright, let’s chill out, hang loose, and head back to 1967 and the Summer of Love. To get started, find your way to the intersection of Fulton & Stanyan streets.
Welcome to Historic America’s Founding Fathers Footsteps tour of Philadelphia. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use the #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour is a biographical journey telling the stories of America's Founding Fathers by exploring the sites where they lived and worked here in historic Philadelphia. Here, America’s founding generation oversaw a revolution, wrote our founding documents and gave birth to a young republic. From Betsy Ross’s House, to the grave of Benjamin Franklin, to the assembly room where George Washington became America’s general - this tour is packed with larger-than-life Americans and their most memorable moments. To get started, find your way to the intersection of Market & 2nd Street - near the 2nd Street subway station. A quick note before we begin: Our tour is designed to help you see Philadelphia’s most famous sites no matter when you visit! We will not go inside any buildings, but many of these sites are free and open to the public on most days during regular business hours. However, some sites (like inside Independence Hall) require a free, timed ticket and a security check. If you’d like more information about operating hours and tickets to Independence Hall, you can visit the Independence Visitor Center on Market Street.
Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of the National Mall. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website www.historicamerica.org and invite you to use the #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour will focus on the monumental core of Washington, DC, otherwise known as the National Mall. We'll begin with the Capitol Building and the Smithsonian Museums and end with the Lincoln Memorial. Along our walk, you'll see everything in-between.
Explore the iconic Art Deco District with Historic America! The district is home to the largest concentration of Art Deco buildings in the world. That’s exciting for architecture buffs, but it’s also pretty impressive even if you’re not super into design. The creamy pastels, neon lights, and bold geometric designs will undoubtedly win you over. We’ll start on Ocean Drive, with the sandy beach on one side, and a long strip of bars, shops, restaurants and hotels on the other. Our tour will immerse you in the heart of South Beach, showing off the architecture and transporting you to a bygone era. Picturesque as a postcard, seeped in fascinating history, and constantly buzzing with energy, the Art Deco district is a Miami must-see-- and we can’t wait to share it with you! #historicamericatours
Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of Charleston. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Aaron, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour focuses on some of Historic Charleston’s “must see” attractions and gives you a glimpse into the rich history of the city. Highlights include the Charleston City Market, a waterfront park with a view of the the third longest cable-stayed bridge in the Western Hemisphere, the famous Rainbow Row, and the spot where the Civil War began.
Welcome to Historic America’s walking tour of Old City Philadelphia. We’re glad you could join us! I’m Rachel, your guide (but I also respond to professional history nerd). This is the part of the tour where I fit in my shameless plug for our website (www.historicamerica.org) and invite you to use #historicamericatours on social media while traveling alongside us today. This tour tells the story of the American Revolution and the nation’s early years by exploring the sites of Old City Philadelphia like Franklin Square & Independence Hall - all within ringing distance of the Liberty Bell. The Constitution and Declaration of Independence were penned, debated, and signed here, so during the course of this tour, you’ll get to see where America was born. Let’s explore Old City! To get started, find your way to the intersection of South 10th & Locust Streets. A quick note before we get started: Our tour is designed to help you see Philadelphia’s most famous sites no matter when you visit! We will not go inside any buildings, but many of these sites are free and open to the public on most days during regular business hours. However, some sites (like inside Independence Hall) require a free, timed ticket and a security check. If you’d like more information about operating hours and tickets to Independence Hall, you can visit the Independence Visitor Center on Market Street.
This fun and exciting historical tour of Philadelphia covers historic buildings, parks, statues, and gardens in addition to some interactive museums, famous neighborhoods and cemeteries. Ever wanted to see the Liberty Bell? It's here too. Join us!
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!
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!
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 there – This is Andy Detweiler from The Rockville Real Estate Exchange, your hyperlocal real estate brokerage located in, you guessed it, Rockville, Maryland. You can reach us at 240-338-8355 with questions about buying, selling, or renting here – or if you have any question in general about the area. We also have tons more local content on our website, rockvilleagents.com, so please check it out as well. Lastly, a special shout out to Katie Ostrowski, our Director of Community Service who lives in nearby Lincoln Park and was instrumental in putting this tour together. Ok. Back to the matter at hand. I’m looking forward to taking you around one of the most popular areas in Rockville today: Rockville Town Square. This mixed-use development officially opened in 2007 after a great deal of planning and research by the City of Rockville. It is conveniently situated within walking distance to the Rockville Metro station. Throughout the tour, I’ll be giving you a lay of the land, some tidbits about the area, and a glimpse at the many housing options available within Rockville Town Square. Please proceed to Parking Garage C. Once you have parked in the below ground garage and have proceeded back up to the street level, meet me outside Dawson’s Market on the sidewalk along N Washington Street. You may also be able to park on street level if there are spots available.
Like most conquering overlords, the Spanish made short work of destroying the culture of the highly advanced civilizations of southern Mexico. The Aztecs and Mayans were no match for the steel and germs brought by the Europeans and were soon crushed under their boots as a worthless, inferior race. That stigma was still around and growing as the Anglos started to outnumber Hispanics in the new country and later state of Texas. In 1975, Jesse Trevino, who we will talk about later, painted a mural at Our Lady of the Lake University that would set the tone for many of the murals you will see today. The center of La Historia Chicana is a large Mexican pyramid, a reminder of the proud historical culture from which they had descended. Many of the murals you will see today refer to this culture. Currently in San Antonio that Hispanic influences growing. From pioneers like Henry B Gonzalez and Henry Cisneros to current political superstars Juan and Julian Castro the stigmas and stereotypes of the past are slowly fading. On this tour you will see a grassroots effort to raise awareness of the importance of culture and family in this predominantly Hispanic area at the same time you will see some pretty good art created by people that live in this neighborhood. This will be a special tour you will remember
Hi. My name is Bill Simons, and I am going to be your guide today. I am a member of the San Antonio Professional Tour Guide Association and own a company called Cycling San Antonio that takes people on bicycle tours down to the Spanish Missions. The historical King William area is so charming and important that the City of San Antonio included it on a tour for Prince Charles’ during his 1986 visit. This was the first planned subdivision in the city of San Antonio and the first historic neighborhood in the state of Texas. Today’s tour will cover some of the more interesting stories associated with several of the homes on King William Street. You will be directed to park one street over from King William on Madison Street, but most important for this tour is that you don’t park on King William Street proper.
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!
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.
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.
¡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.
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!
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!
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
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org Also check out his website - lexlianos.com
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!
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。
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!
Welcome to Georgetown! I’m glad you can join me. I’m Christian, your guide and this tour will focus on the homes and hangouts of this neighborhood’s most famous residents, John Fitzgerald and Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy. You’ll get to see each of these homes as well as a few other Kennedy-related sites. We will generally follow a clockwise direction which will take places out of chronological order, but will best accommodate your walk so as to avoid excessive backtracking.
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.
Join us on this 1 hour tour that begins near the White House and explores the west side of the National Mall. We will see historic buildings, famous statues, beautiful memorials, breathtaking views and more.
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.
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!
Who loves a good scandal? We all do! In this tour we uncover secrets and scandals of power, greed, sex, corruption, and just plain stupidity right here in Washington DC. We recommend this tour for ages 18 and older. Let's begin at the corner of 13th Street and K Street Northwest.
This scenic tour takes you on a relaxing walk around the beautiful Storrow Lagoon and finishes up with some amazing shopping on historic Newbury Street. Relaxing, then shopping - What a great combo!
This tour covers the last few stops on the Freedom Trail which includes Bunker Hill and the USS Constitution. Obviously two stops don’t make a tour so we found a plethora of additional sites to keep you happy. We found some parks, memorials, restaurants, old churches and even a really cool historic Fire House!
Explore over 250 years of history all wrapped up on Boston’s famous Freedom Trail! This particular tour will cover the bottom half of the trail, from Boston Common to Copp's Hill Burying Ground. We’ve got churches, parks, statues and memorials and famous grave sites. There's also an entire section dedicated to shopping, a row of Irish Pubs and the skinniest house in the city.
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.
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