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  1. Very Washington DC: A Celebration of the History and Culture of America's Capital City (English Edition)

    A travel guide with character, this fact-filled keepsake offers all the history, beauty, charm, and culture of our nation's capital city. In eye-catching watercolors and detailed sketches, artist Diana Gessler captures the allure that makes Washington DC one of the most visited destinations in the country. In addition to the national landmarks, stirring memorials, and vibrant neighborhoods, there's the Cherry Blossom Festival, the Twilight Tattoo (a military pageant featuring the Old Guard Fife and Drum Corps and the U.S. Army Drill Team), colorful row houses, famous hotels and restaurants, and more museums than you'll be able to visit in just one trip. Gessler covers the city's most popular attractions but also heads off the beaten path to share hidden gems, like the quirky Albert Einstein Memorial and Eastern Market, where you can dine on bluebucks and browse for flea market finds. Also included are an index of sites and a useful appendix of addresses, Web sites, Metro stops, and phone numbers. Very Washington DC is a picture-perfect guidebook—a one-of-a-kind memento for tourists and a cherished reminder of the city's riches for those who have always lived in America's hometown.

    • ASIN: B00DESUI66
  2. Washington DC National Mall, Monuments and Memorials Walking Guide (Washington DC City Walking Guide Series) (English Edition)

    The West National Mall comprises the area between the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial and south to the Jefferson Memorial. When visitors think of the iconic memorials and monuments in Washington DC, they think of this area. Here you will find well known Washington DC monuments and memorials like the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, National World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial (The Wall), The National World War II Memorial, and the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Visitors will also find lesser known memorials and monuments such as the George Mason Memorial, John Paul Jones Memorial, the Japanese Pagoda and the John Ericcson Memorial. Whether this is your first time visit or lifelong resident of Washington DC, the National Mall is enjoyed by all.The Washington DC National Mall, Monuments and Memorials Walking Guide provides visitors with information and history to the West National Mall and points of interest.

    • ASIN: B00B14OFD2
  3. A Walking Tour of Poughkeepsie, New York (Look Up, America!) (English Edition)

    There is no better way to see America than on foot. And there is no better way to appreciate what you are looking at than with a walking tour. Whether you are preparing for a road trip or just out to look at your own town in a new way, a downloadable walking tour from walkthetown.com is ready to explore when you are.Each walking tour describes historical and architectural landmarks and provides pictures to help out when those pesky street addresses are missing. Every tour also includes a quick primer on identifying architectural styles seen on American streets.The town site of Poughkeepsie - the name derives from an Iroquois word meaning "the reed-covered lodge by the little-water place" referring to a small spring that fed the Hudson River - was settled by the Dutch in 1659, just a few years before the English would seize control of the entire region. Poughkeepsie would emerge as the mid-Hudson Valley's largest and most influential city on the east bank, growing rapidly and even enjoying a two-year stint as capital of New York after the American Revolution. In addition to the Hudson River the town sat on two other important Colonial transportation routes - the Albany Post Road and the New Hackensack Road. Lumber and grain milling were the first important industries and the town ...

    • ASIN: B004K1EXF8
  4. New York City Food Crawls: Touring the Neighborhoods One Bite & Libation at a Time (English Edition)

    Sip and taste your way through New York City. New York City Food Crawls is an exciting culinary tour through this historic yet modern city. Discover the hidden gems and long-standing institutions of New York City neighborhoods. Each crawl is the complete recipe for a great night out, the perfect tourist day, a new way to experience your own city, or simply food porn and great stories to enjoy from home. Hit the Theater District for dinner and a show. Find the hottest spots to hit mid-shopping spree, and take brunch to a whole new level any day of the week. Put on your walking shoes and your stretchy pants, and dig into the Big Apple one dish at a time. — Chock full of local knowledge and insider info—this book definitely isn't a run-of-the-mill list of tourist hotspots—consider New York City Food Crawls an indispensable handbook to exploring some of this city's most beloved institutions and undiscovered-by-tour-groups gems. - FoodandWine.com

    • ASIN: B07F94MDHF
  5. Columbia at 50: A Memoir of a City (English Edition)

    Jim Rouse secretly bought 14,000 acres of farmland in segregated Howard County, Maryland, in 1964. He promised to transform the land into a city of 100,000 that was "economically diverse, poly-cultural, multi-faith and interracial." Veteran journalist Len Lazarick tells the fascinating story of how this new town of Columbia grew and prospered over the past half-century, with many successes and a few failures. In 2016, Money magazine called it the "best small city to live in America." Columbia offered new models for many facets of life. There were interfaith religious centers, innovative schools that became some of the best in the country, better health care options, open space greenery near every door step, creative news media, proliferating arts organizations, fitness and recreation facilities for every interest, and new concepts in shopping centers. Lazarick looks at all the major aspects of the planned community and the key players that made them work, weaving the story of him and his family throughout the tale.Columbia has helped transform a rural county between Baltimore and Washington into one of the richest and best educated places in the United States. This easy-to-read series of essays tells how that happened.

    • ASIN: B073M9R641
  6. What Killed Downtown? (English Edition)

    In 1950, the classic American downtown of Norristown, Pennsylvania, centered on the six blocks of Main Street, was the bustling commercial heart of central Montgomery County, and had been for over a century. With depression and war in the past, downtown merchants looked forward to an extended period of prosperity. It was not to be.By 1975, downtown's core stood largely shuttered and deteriorating, with 99 storefronts vacant and countless others lost to the wrecking ball, as first shoppers and then the merchants fled Main Street.What Killed Downtown? Was it...The Malls? Commercial wisdom points to the King of Prussia Mall as the prime suspect. But were there accomplices?Municipal Government? The Main Street merchants always believed that the Borough Council was the culprit -- and with good reason.The Downtown Merchants themselves? Did the shopholders blind themselves, then step into the firing line, ignoring the threats of a changing world?Or was it something else...something more fundamental?Historian Michael E. Tolle's extensive research into the collapse of downtown Norristown reveals not only the answers to these questions, but also recreates the classic American downtown shopping experience, long an American characteristic, but now largely foreign to anyone below middle...

    • ASIN: B00AWGF2QE
  7. Brunswick: The City by the Sea (Images of America) (English Edition)

    Located on the coast of southeast Georgia and the sinuous sweep of poet Sidney Lanier's famed “Marshes of Glynn,” Brunswick, Georgia boasts a history rich beyond measure. Dating from its layout in 1771 on the “Oglethorpe Plan” by surveyor George McIntosh, the new town emphasized an Anglo-Germanic heritage, and featured a grid repeat pattern of regularly spaced squares and town lots. In the 1830s, a flurry of entrepreneurial activity included the plan of “New Town,” which extended from the boundaries of Old Town. A few of Brunswick's most spectacular architectural treasures stand today within the boundaries of New Town near the Courthouse Mall. Built upon a peninsula, the seaside setting and Georgia's abundant natural resources have proven inspiring and lucrative assets for the port city and its people. Although buffeted by wars and epidemics, panics and depressions, a diverse population has endured and demonstrated extraordinary resilience. While in 1902 Brunswick stood first in lumber and second in naval stores production compared with other south Atlantic ports, today auto import and export, agri-commodities, and forest products provide focus for port activity. Soon the citizens of Brunswick-Glynn County will welcome a 185-foot vertical clearance, cable-stayed golde...

    • ASIN: B009CCWFQE
  8. Classical Architecture and Monuments of Washington, D.C.: A History & Guide (English Edition)

    Classical design formed our nation's capital. The soaring Washington Monument, the columns of the Lincoln Memorial and the spectacular dome of the Capitol Building speak to the founders' comprehensive vision of our federal city. Learn about the L'Enfant and McMillan plans for Washington, D.C., and how those designs are reflected in two hundred years of monuments, museums and representative government. View the statues of our Founding Fathers with the eye of a sculptor and gain insight into the criticism and controversies of modern additions to Washington's monumental structure. Author Michael Curtis guides this tour of the heart of the District of Columbia.

    • ASIN: B0793BTMHH
  9. The National Mall: No Ordinary Public Space (English Edition)

    The National Mall in Washington, D.C. is one of the most important and highly visible urban public spaces in the U.S.  It is considered by many Americans to be “the nation’s front yard.” Yet few have written about the role of this public space in the twenty-first century. In The National Mall, Lisa Benton-Short explores the critical issues that are redefining and reshaping this extraordinary public space. Her work focuses on three contemporary and interrelated debates about public space: the management challenges faced by federal authorities, increased demands for access and security post 9/11, and the role of the public in the Mall’s long-term planning and development plans. By taking a holistic view of the National Mall and analyzing the unique twenty-first century challenges it faces, Lisa Benton-Short provides a fluid, cohesive, and timely narrative that is as extraordinary as the Mall itself.

    • ASIN: B01L2G6AYU

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The Best Shopping in Atlantic City

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Atlantic City has great shopping centers, including; Tanger Outlets The Walk, The Quarter at Tropicana, The Pier Shops at Caesars, Golden Nugget, and The Water Tower at Borgata. Video by Michael Ein

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Atlantic City Shopping

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Atlantic City shopping offers you seashores, the Boardwalk, gambling, dining, nightlife and more! Visit Atlantic City Outlets The Walk, a well known retail shop in Atlantic City.

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This Atlantic City Art Museum Has a Secret Shop for Sneaker & Hypebeast Shopping | Open the Box

Atlantic City Mall-shops

We return our "Open the Box with George Kiel" series in '19 with a visit to a diamond-in-the-rough shop in downtown Atlantic City, New Jersey called Ocean 1. This shop is uniquely located in the bottom of a parking garage - called The Arts Garage - next to museums and various, eclectic shops and ...

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SHOPPING DAY in ATLANTIC CITY

Atlantic City Mall-shops

Vlog#20 - Check out our shoppin' day at Homilton Mall, Atlantic City!

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The water show in the pier shop mall at atlantic city

Atlantic City Mall-shops

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