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Oct 15

Looking Back on New Jersey’s Story of Development

New Jersey was once a Native American settlement, but it is now a home for immigrants, from Dutch and English to Hispanics and Asians. It also a home for many notable world people such as Albert Einstein, Thomas A. Edison, President Woodrow Wilson, Frank Sinatra and more. First Settlements Henry Hudson was one among the …

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Oct 12

Must-Do Things in Ocean City

Take in the Sunrise on the Beach The beach in Ocean City has a lot of special things for you to experience – cool breeze, the morning calls of the gulls as the waves roll out the seashore, and the sunrise Explore the World-Famous Ocean City Boardwalk Boardwalk is a top destination to have the …

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Oct 12

Why Visiting Maryland is a Great Idea

Maryland crabs One of the things that Maryland is taking seriously is its crabs. In fact crabs are symbol of a state, and it’s easy to say that crabs are everywhere. The best way to enjoy them is steamed combined with Old Bay seasoning of Maryland. There’s major history here Chesapeake is the place for …

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Oct 12

Reasons to be in New York once in your life

Have a New Yorker for a friend People visit any place to make new friends. But what is the difference about a New York pal? Well, here are the following reasons. They have an apartment you can stay over on future visits. This city is a home for many immigrants and transplants. People in New …

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Oct 12

Fascinating Tourist Attractions in Virginia

Virginia Beach Virginia is blessed with abundant and beautiful beaches since it is situated against the east coast. Beach lovers will not only enjoy clear ocean waters and sandy shores, but also historical tourist sites and great stores. The state is a perfect place to experience the historic, fun, or refreshing attractions. The largest city …

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Sep 12

UNION STATION

Union Station is known as one of America’s busiest rail facilities and shopping destinations, and receives over 40 million visitors every year. It is opened in 1907 and became Amtrak’s headquarters and the second-busiest station in the railroad. During World War II, at the height of its traffic, almost 200,000 people passed through in just …

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Sep 12

Williamsburg

  A city in the U.S. state of Virginia, Williamsburg was Virginia Colony’s capital from 1699 to 1780. It played a significant role in the American Revolution and together with Jamestown and Yorktown formed a Historic Triangle. The center of the city is the Colonial Williamsburg which is a historic district and living-history museum. Colonial …

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Sep 12

District of Columbia War Memorial

    The title says that this memorial, built in West Potomac Park, stands for soldiers that fought and gave their lives in WWI. On June 7, 1924, the Congress authorized an act funding the construction of the memorial by both organizations and individual citizens of the District. Construction started in the spring of 1931 …

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Sep 08

Mount Vernon Square

  A city square, Mount Vernon Square is a neighborhood and historic district in the Northwest quadrant of Washington, D.C. The second largest building in the city after the U.S. Capitol, Walter E. Washington Convention Center is on the north side of the square. Meanwhile, on the east the former offices of National Public Radio, …

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Sep 08

Kings Dominion Amusement Park in Doswell, Virginia

Known to be one of the best roller coasters on the east coast, Kings Dominion is a 400-acre amusement park located in Doswell, Virginia. King Dominion offers one full day of fun and thrill with over 60 rides including 15 roller coasters, live family entertainment and a twenty-acre water park. In 2015, WaterWorks was turned …

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