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.
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!
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.
Hallo und willkommen bei UCPlaces! Ich freue mich, heute dein Reiseleiter zu sein! Auf dieser Tour werden wir einige wirklich coole Pferdestatuen in DC entdecken. Eine Statue eines Pferds mit Reiter wird eigentlich als "Reiterstatue" bezeichnet. Eine Statue eines Pferdes ohne Reiter wird als "Pferdestatue" bezeichnet, falls du dich das gefragt hasst. Heute bezeichnen wir sie jedoch nur als Pferdestatuen. Die ersten ihrer Art wurden schon im alten Ägypten und Persien geschaffen, es ist also keine neue Idee. Aber Pferdestatuen sind nicht mehr so beliebt, weil sie teuer und schwer herzustellen sind. Zum Glück für uns gibt es aber eine ganze Menge Pferdeskulpturen direkt hier in DC! Ich werde mich auf diejenigen konzentrieren, die speziell aus der Zeit der Revolution und des Bürgerkriegs stammen. Sie alle haben eine interessante Geschichte hinter sich und ich bin froh, dass ich derjenige bin, der sie dir erzählen darf. Während dieser Tour könnt ihr vielleicht am Straßenrand anhalten, wenn ihr ein Ziel erreicht, damit ihr die Skulptur betrachten könnt, während ich etwas darüber erzähle. Außerdem gibt es einige Kreisel, in deren Mitte sich Statuen befinden. Dort könnt ihr einfach im Kreis fahren, um alle Informationen aufzuschnappen.
Hello there and welcome to UCPlaces! I’m so excited to be your tour guide today! On this tour we are going to explore some really cool horse statues in DC. A horse and rider statue is actually called an “equestrian statue”. A statue of a horse without a rider is called an “equine statue”, if you were wondering. Today though, let’s just refer to them as horse statues.\r\rThe first of their kind were sculpted way back in ancient Egypt and Persia, so this isn’t a new idea. But horse statues really aren’t so popular anymore because they are expensive and hard to make. Lucky for us though, there are quite a lot of horse sculptures right here in DC! I’m going to focus on the ones specifically from the Revolutionary and Civil War eras. They all have an interesting story behind them and I’m glad I get to be the one to share them with you!!\rDuring this tour, you may want to pull off to the side of the road when you reach a destination so you can study the sculpture as I talk. Also, there are a few roundabouts that have statues in the middle of them. For those you can just keep driving in circles to take in all the information.\r\rOur first statue is located at Stanton Park, but before we start, let’s debunk a myth. Supposedly there is a horse code that statue makers follow. It says that the position of the horse’s feet in a statue tells you how the rider died. One hoof off the ground means they were wounded in battle but did not die from those wounds. Two hooves off the ground means the rider dies in battle. Four feet on the ground means that the rider survived all of the battles unharmed. But don’t bother memorizing that. Only ⅓ of the horse statues in DC follow that code, so it really isn’t a thing. Consider that myth debunked!\rOk, when you are ready push “start navigation” and let’s get to our first horse statue stop!\r
Bonjour et bienvenue chez UCPlaces ! Je suis très excitée d'être votre guide touristique aujourd'hui ! Au cours de ce tour, nous allons explorer quelques statues de chevaux vraiment cool à Washington. Une statue de cheval et de cavalier est en fait appelée "statue équestre". Si vous vous posez la question, la statue d'un cheval sans cavalier est appelée "statue équine". Mais aujourd'hui, appelons-les des statues de chevaux. \r \rLes premières du genre ont été sculptées dans l'Egypte ancienne et en Perse, donc ce n'est pas une idée nouvelle. Mais les statues de chevaux ne sont plus aussi populaires parce qu'elles sont chères et difficiles à fabriquer. Heureusement pour nous, il y a pas mal de sculptures de chevaux ici à Washington ! Je vais me concentrer sur celles qui datent de l'époque de la Révolution et de la Guerre de Sécession. Elles ont toutes une histoire intéressante derrière elles et je suis content d'être celui qui les partage avec vous ! Au cours de cette visite, vous voudrez peut-être vous arrêter sur le bord de la route lorsque vous arriverez à destination afin d'étudier la sculpture pendant que je parle. De plus, il y a quelques ronds-points au milieu desquels se trouvent des statues. Pour ceux qui le souhaitent, vous pouvez continuer à tourner en rond pour recueillir toute l'information. \r \rNotre première statue est située à Stanton Park, mais avant de commencer, démystifions un mythe. On suppose qu'il y a un code de cheval que les fabricants de statues suivent. Il est écrit que la position des pieds du cheval dans une statue indique comment le cavalier est mort. Un sabot en moins signifie qu'ils ont été blessés au combat, mais qu'ils ne sont pas morts de ces blessures. Deux sabots au-dessus du sol signifie que le cavalier meurt au combat. Quatre pieds au sol signifie que le cavalier a survécu indemne à toutes les batailles. Mais pas la peine de le mémoriser. Seul ⅓ des statues de chevaux à Washington suit ce code, donc ce n'est vraiment pas grand chose. Considérez que ce mythe a été démystifié ! Ok, quand vous êtes prêt, appuyez sur "Démarrer la navigation" et arrivons à notre premier arrêt de statue de cheval !
Salve e benvenuto su UCPlaces! Sono così felice di essere la tua guida turistica oggi! In questo tour andremo ad esplorare alcune statue di cavalli davvero fantastiche a Washington. Una statua con cavallo e cavaliere è in realtà chiamata "statua equestre". Una statua di un cavallo senza cavaliere è chiamata "statua equina", se per caso te lo stavi chiedendo. Oggi però, chiamiamoli semplicemente statue di cavalli. \rLe prime statue di questo genero furono scolpite nell'antico Egitto e in Persia, quindi non sono certo una novità. Ma le statue di cavalli non sono più così popolari, perché sono costose e difficili da realizzare. Fortunatamente per noi, ci sono un sacco di sculture di cavalli proprio qui a Washington! Sono andando a concentrarmi su quelle realizzate specificamente nelle ere della Guerra Civile e d’Indipendenza. Dietro di sé hanno tutte una storia interessante e sono felice di poter essere io a condividerle con te!! Durante questo tour, potresti voler andare sul lato della strada più vicino alla tua destinazione così da poter studiare la scultura da vicino mentre parlo. Inoltre, ci sono alcune statue che sono al centro delle rotatorie. Per queste puoi semplicemente continuare a guidare in tondo per sapere tutte le informazioni. \rLa nostra prima statua si trova a Stanton Park; ma prima di iniziare, sfatiamo un mito. Presumibilmente c'è un codice inerenti ai cavalli che i produttori di statue seguono. Si dice che la posizione degli zoccoli del cavallo nella statua raccontino come è morto il cavaliere. Solo uno zoccolo a terra significa che sono stati feriti in battaglia, ma non sono morti per quelle ferite. Due zoccoli a terra significa che il cavaliere muore in battaglia. Quattro zoccoli a terra significa che il cavaliere è sopravvissuto illeso a tutte le battaglie. Ma preoccuparti di memorizzarlo. Solo ⅓ delle statue di cavalli nel Distretto di Columbia seguono questo codice, quindi in realtà non è una cosa vera. Considera quel mito sfatato! Ok, quando sei pronto premi "avvia la navigazione" e andiamo verso la nostra prima fermata ad una statua di un cavallo! \r \r
소개: 안녕하세요. UCPlaces 에 오신 것을 환영합니다. 오늘 투어 가이드가되어서 너무 기쁩니다! 이 투어에서 우리는 DC 에서 정말 멋진 말 동상을 탐험 할 것입니다. 말과 라이더 동상은 실제로 "승마 동상"이라고 불립니다. 라이더가없는 말 동상은 당신이 궁금해하는 경우 "말 조각상"이라고 불립니다. 오늘 생각해봤을 때, 그냥 말 동상으로 봅시다. \r고대 이집트와 페르시아에서 처음으로 그런 종류의 조각이 제작되었으므로 새로운 아이디어는 아닙니다. 그러나 말 동상은 값 비싸고 만들기가 어렵 기 때문에 실제로 그렇게 인기가 없습니다. 우리를 위해 행운이 있어도, DC 의 여기의 말 조각품의 제비 뽑기가 정말로있다! 특히 혁명과 남북 전쟁 시대에 초점을 맞출 것입니다. 그들은 모두 그들 뒤에 흥미로운 이야기를 가지고 있으며, 나는 당신과 그 것들을 공유하는 사람이 될 수있어 기쁘다 !! 이 투어를하는 동안 목적지에 다다랐을 때 도로 옆으로 내려서 내가 말하는대로 조각을 공부할 수 있습니다. 또한 그 중간에 동상이있는 원형 교차로가 몇 개 있습니다. 이들을 위해 서클에서 운전을 계속하면 모든 정보를 가져올 수 있습니다. \r우리의 첫 동상은 스탠튼 파크에 위치하고 있지만, 시작하기 전에 신화를 폭로하자. 아마도 동상 제작자가 따르는 말 코드가있을 것입니다. 그것은 말의 발의 위치가 동상에서 어떻게 라이더가 죽었는지 알려줍니다. 지상에서 한 발굽은 전투에서 부상 당했음을 의미하지만 상처로 사망하지는 않았습니다. 두 마리의 발굽은 기수가 전투에서 죽었다는 것을 의미합니다. 지상 4 피트는 무사히 전투에서 살아남은 라이더를 의미합니다. 그러나 그것을 암기하지 마십시오. DC 의 말 동상 중 1\\\/3 만이이 코드를 따르므로 실제로는 그렇지 않습니다. 신화가 폭력을 제거한 것을 생각해 보세요. \r좋아, 준비가되면 "내비게이션 시작"을 누르고 첫 번째 말 조각상에 나오세요!
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 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!
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!
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 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 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!
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.
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.
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!
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.
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!
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!
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.
Welcome to Sandbridge! We are so happy to have you join us and for us to show you what Sandbridge is all about! Sandbridge Beach is a unique destination….Sandbridge has even been referred to as more of a feeling than a community. Located at the southern-most part of Virginia Beach and nestled between the Atlantic Ocean and expansive Back Bay, it is a true water-lovers paradise that gifts her visitors with endless hours of beach and bay fun all year long. Sandbridge Realty manages the best homes & condos in Sandbridge, from classic coastal cottages to luxurious beach homes
Hello there! This is Shelly from UCPlaces and I am so excited to take you on this tour that runs along Calle de Alcala in Madrid, Spain. This street is one of the longest in all of Madrid at 11 Kilometers and we are gonna walk all of it! I’m kidding. This tour is only a few blocks long, but you will see historic buildings, fountains, gates, plazas, a park and even an equestrian statue. I’ll tell you about some of the history and architecture here, entertain you with some great stories and even point you in the direction of some amazing restaurants at the end. Are you ready to go? Perfect! We will begin near the Metropolis Building located at Calle de Alcala 42 in Madrid. I’ll meet you at the first point of interest. I can’t wait! See you soon!
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!
Hello and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Dunwoody, Georgia! My name is Shelly and I will be showing you around this fun city.
So are we ready to talk about Dunwoody? Awesome! Why don’t you meet me over at the Dunwoody Nature Center at 5343 Roberts Drive. Please follow your navigation.
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 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 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 UCPlaces. We are here at the Future Travel Experience Expo in Las Vegas! If you are taking this tour, clearly you are looking for a new way to add value to your marketing strategy, and offer one-of-a kind experiences to your customers.
Using the UCPlaces platform, companies create meaningful real-life tour experiences that provide fun, educational and economical value for their customers. These tours are powerful advertisements that customers actually enjoy, pay attention to, and remember.
Let’s begin by walking out of the Aria Hotel main entrance. It’s on the east side of the building, facing South Las Vegas Blvd. If you see a fountain, you are in the correct place. Take the sidewalk on the left side of West Aria Place while I give you some important information about the tour and about UCPlaces.
Let’s see how it works. So right now you are in the intro section of this UCPlaces tour. Here you can introduce your company and make an instant connection with your customer. For example, if your company was UCP-Air, it could sound something like this:
“Hi! This is Ron Jones, Director of UCP-Air. I just wanted to drop in and thank you for choosing to fly with us. We love our UCP-Air customers and are committed to providing that one-of-a-kind travel experience that you deserve. UCP-Air has been flying around the globe since 1985, providing top quality service to our customers.
Now, please enjoy this tour of West Aria Place, Las Vegas as our gift to you. Here’s Shelly to show you around.”
Hey thanks Ron! Let’s check this place out! Please meet me on the sidewalk in front of the Stella McCartney Boutique and let’s explore!
So now your customer will follow the GPS to the 1st stop of the tour. Go ahead, do it - give it a try! See what your customers will experience!
Welcome to this UCPlaces walking tour of Naples, Florida. 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!
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.
Welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Summerlin, Nevada. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this fun Las Vegas suburb.
Summerlin is considered the best of both worlds, nestled in between the eccentric nightlife of the strip and the scenic cliffs of Red Rock Canyon, making this a highly sought after market.
A world of lifestyle opportunities awaits, unequaled anywhere else in Las Vegas. With endless neighborhood and community parks, Summerlin offers everything from swimming pools and tot lots to baseball fields and basketball courts. Our parks and community centers hold a wide variety of social and recreational offerings, including events planned exclusively for Summerlin residents. When you call Summerlin home, you open your world up to dozens of special events, seasonal celebrations, classes, camps, athletic programming and more.
To start this tour, meet me by Eagle Crest Golf Course!
Hello there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live Tour of Lehigh County, PA. My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this beautiful area.
Lehigh County was settled in 1730 and named after the Lehigh River. It is also home to Allentown, the third largest city in Pennsylvania. It’s the Lehigh Valley’s historic charm coupled with its convenient location to greater metropolitan areas such as Philadelphia and New York City that gives the Lehigh Valley its unique identity.
Now on with the tour, meet me at the Allentown Art Museum.
Hello and welcome to this UCPlaces Where to Live tour of Davenport, Florida! My name is Shelly and I will be showing you around this beautiful city today. We’ve got so much to see, so let’s go ahead and get started, shall we? Great!
Please meet me at Posner Park Mall at 1300 Posner Blvd.
Hi there and welcome to this UCPlaces Where-to-Live tour of Hartwell, Georgia! My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this fun town on behalf of agent Travis Halbrook. With over 20 years of experience in new home construction, renovation, land development, and real estate investing, Travis can show you all the ins and outs of both home buying and Hart County as a whole! Also Travis is a full-time Hartwell Resident, so clearly he loves it here, just like you are bound to as well. After the tour, give Travis Halbrook a call at 706-949-1719. You can also visit his website travishalbrook.georgiamls.com. For now though, let’s get you acquainted with this historic American town!
We will be starting out in the historic downtown district of Hartwell so please meet me at the corner of Athens and Howell Street where we will be heading east.
Hello there and welcome to this UCPaces Where-to-Live tour of San Antonio! My name is Shelly and I’ll be showing you around this fantastic area. Are you ready to go? Great! Just follow your navigation and I’ll meet you at the first stop.