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More free videos on downtown Austin condos at www.livewelldowntown****. Clever, informative and poorly shot videos of downtown Austin condos, live work lofts, eco-friendly green homes and spaces out of the ordinary. The Warehouse district in Austin, TX. Places to eat and things to do. Distributed by Tubemogul.
17 May 2008
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a chase scene freaturing David Belle from the french movie District B13. [Note: the movie is also available with english dubbing. Check your local stores]. A must see for Parkour/David Belle lovers! for more information on the movie visit French: www.Banlieue13-lefilm**** English: www.DistrictB13**** for information about David Belle and Parkour visit www.Parkour**** or www.DavidBelle****
31 Aug 2008
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Some of the most expensive and trendiest real estate in Portland lies in the Pearl District, along with some of the city's best restaurants and nightlife. Home to thousands of condos and lofts with great views, "the Pearl" is a magnet for those wanting the upscale urban life. You won't find houses in the Pearl, but just about everything else. One bedroom condos typically start in the upper $200s. Two bedroom condos priced near or more than $500,000 are common. And of course, larger properties cost closer to $1 million or more.
9 Mar 2009
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Monday, August 4, 2008, was another absolutely gorgeous day and a holiday, so this was the perfect opportunity to take my European visitors on another bike ride to explore Toronto. We headed south on the Don Valley bicycle path, and my guests remarked that there is an astounding amount of green space in this big metropolitan city. There are even opportunities for off-road mountain biking in this city. We exited the bicycle path and rode through Corktown into the Distillery District, North America’s largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture and a National historic site. Formerly the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, this area has undergone major changes since its inception in 1832. It went from being the largest distillery in the world in the 1860s to becoming a derelict post-industrial eyesore in the late 20th century until it was lovingly brought back to life between 2001 and 2003. Today the Distillery District houses numerous boutiques, art galleries, a variety of restaurants and cafes, the Young Centre for the Performing Arts as well as the Mill Street Brewery. During our mid-morning visit the area was slowly starting to come alive, and dozens of people were enjoying their morning coffees on the cobble-stoned plaza in the centre of the district. Our ride back along Toronto’s eastern waterfront and the Beaches boardwalk allowed us to enjoy the sun until we had to climb up the steep roads from Lake Ontario towards Kingston Road. In the afternoon I had a chance to explain the intricacies of baseball to my European friends as we watched the Brampton Astros win their regular season-ending game. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Sep 2008
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Monday, August 4, 2008, was another absolutely gorgeous day and a holiday, so this was the perfect opportunity to take my European visitors on another bike ride to explore Toronto. We headed south on the Don Valley bicycle path, and my guests remarked that there is an astounding amount of green space in this big metropolitan city. There are even opportunities for off-road mountain biking in this city. We exited the bicycle path and rode through Corktown into the Distillery District, North America’s largest collection of Victorian-era industrial architecture and a National historic site. Formerly the Gooderham and Worts Distillery, this area has undergone major changes since its inception in 1832. It went from being the largest distillery in the world in the 1860s to becoming a derelict post-industrial eyesore in the late 20th century until it was lovingly brought back to life between 2001 and 2003. Today the Distillery District houses numerous boutiques, art galleries, a variety of restaurants and cafes, the Young Centre for the Performing Arts as well as the Mill Street Brewery. During our mid-morning visit the area was slowly starting to come alive, and dozens of people were enjoying their morning coffees on the cobble-stoned plaza in the centre of the district. Our ride back along Toronto’s eastern waterfront and the Beaches boardwalk allowed us to enjoy the sun until we had to climb up the steep roads from Lake Ontario towards Kingston Road. In the afternoon I had a chance to explain the intricacies of baseball to my European friends as we watched the Brampton Astros win their regular season-ending game. Distributed by Tubemogul.
6 Sep 2008
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Montrose Recreation District's executive director, Dean Palmquist, discuses the phase 1 construction for the recreation departments new facility and how the facility will be used once it's completed in early March.
19 Sep 2008
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Red Light District Miami Caliente Willys Birthday out of control
20 Sep 2008
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Unopposed Candidate for District III Gail Marvel sat down with Daily Press Staff Writer Robert Allen to give her views on the city and how she plans to handle affairs as a city council member.
3 Oct 2008
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(Fit Council) Montrose City Council District IV candidates shared their views, plans and ideas with a live online audience and the Daily Press from our studio Monday night. The candidates discussed their values, and the city's comprehensive plan.
3 Oct 2008
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The District 5 Supervisor debate held at the Park Branch Library on October 7 featured incumbent Ross Mirkarimi (left), Owen O'Donnell (center), and Rob Anderson.
9 Oct 2008
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Heres part one of our wonderful Adventure to Patterdale in the Lake District England. Satrring: Glen Bradford and filmed by Dean. Join us 2 Brothers as we go off the old beaten bath and make our own discoveries. Often funny and Intresting things await us.
18 Oct 2008
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Heres part two of our wonderful Adventure to Patterdale in the Lake District England. Satrring: Glen Bradford and filmed by Dean. Join us 2 Brothers as Nature plays its jokes. funny and Intresting things await us.
17 Oct 2008
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