"Castle" Set Tour with Molly C. Quinn

YH is inside Raleigh Studios where actress Molly C. Quinn gives us an exclusive private tour of the set of her hit ABC series, "Castle" - check out The Loft, The Study, The Precinct, The Morgue, and more!

Pegula Ice Arena Facility Tour

Nittany Lion men's hockey goaltender PJ Musico (Orange, Calif.) takes you through Pegula Ice Arena - the new home of Penn State Hockey.

Take a tour of the Tennessee State Museum

Visitors will find special displays of Tennessee-made furniture, silver, weapons, quilts, and paintings. There is also a life-size water wheel and reproductions of an 18th century print shop, pioneer cabin, Antebellum parlor and Victorian painting gallery. The Tennessee State Museum's Civil War holdings of uniforms, battle flags and weapons are among the finest in the nation.

A tour of the Mission Rabies Mobile Veterinary Hospital

Luke Gamble, founder of Mission Rabies, gives a guided tour of our all-terrain, entirely self-sufficient, mobile veterinary hospital. This truck will aid in the running of outreach campaigns, training courses and mobile clinics across India. www.missionrabies.com/thetruck

A Tour of the new Library of Birmingham

A video tour of the brand new Library of Birmingham, the largest public library in Europe.

Coldwell Banker Real Estate's World's Most Expensive Homes

Welcome to the World's Most Expensive Homes presented by Coldwell Banker Real Estate. In this first episode we take you down to Miami Beach, Florida and inside one of the most expensive homes in the world: Casa Casuarina. Formerly known as the Versace Mansion, this incredibly ornate home is an entertainer's dream. Exclusively listed by Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate mega agents, Jill Eber & Jill Hertzberg, who are more prominently known as The Jills, we give you a unique look inside a home that will command a price never before seen in Miami Beach. Sit back, relax and enjoy this premiere episode of the World's Most Expensive Homes.



On this episode of the World's Most Expensive Homes, we take you inside Jigsaw Ranch in Aspen, Colorado. This amazing estate listed with Coldwell Banker Mason Morse is truly a luxury escape.



In this latest episode of the Coldwell Banker video series World's Most Expensive Homes, we visit the tropical getaway that is St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands and explore the luxury home known as The Estate at Spring Bay.



The next stop on our tour of the World's Most Expensive Homes takes us to the infamous wine country of the Napa Valley and the estate at the Quioxte Winery. Take a tour of this amazing property and area of Napa Valley in the latest episode of the Coldwell Banker series, World's Most Expensive Homes.

Taste Tour: San Francisco's Best Restaurants

Our 2014 San Francisco Bay Area Restaurants Survey just went live so let's take a look at two of our top restaurants for food in SF, Gary Danko and Acquerello. The video above offers a snapshot at what keeps these restaurants top-rated among our surveyors.

Source: ZAGAT

Minnie Mouse Gives Us a Detailed Tour of Her New Dressing Room at Disney's Hollywood Studios + Queue

Minnie Mouse gave us a tour of her new dressing room at Disney's Hollywood Studios! First, we take a look at the highly detailed queue, which has quite a few references to fan historical favorites (like the Orange Bird, Wally Boag, Owald, and so many more). Then Minnie shows us around her new meet & greet location, filled with awards and trophies, makeup, and photos of her with Mickey!

Moto X Factory Tour

MobileTechReview takes a tour of the Moto X factory in Ft. Worth, Texas. The 450,000 sq. ft factory houses 2500 workers who assemble the Moto X smartphone (both stock woven black and woven white as well as custom color orders from Moto Maker). We watch phones being assembled and watch gov. Rick Perry, Eric Schmidt of Google and Motorola's CEO Dennis Woodside speak at the tour event. All Moto X Android smartphones are assembled here in the US at a rate of 100,000/week. To learn more about the Moto X, read the full review here.

First Ever Foxconn Apple Factory Tour

Jaguar Factory Tour - 1961

In 1961, a young man takes a tour of the Jaguar factory in Coventry. He sees how the cars are built and gets a ride in a brand new XK-E.

Introduction to the Community of Spring Valley Lake

Go on a tour around around the community of Spring Valley Lake (SVL), located in the Victor Valley of San Bernardino County.

Swamp People - Bruce Gives a Gator Tour

Follow Bruce as he takes some tourists on one of his famous gator tours.

San Francisco 1963 - Go on a Tour

San Francisco: Story of a City (1963) - the history of San Francisco from sailing ships which brought the gold miners of 1848, the workers of the transcontinental railroads, farmers, merchants, loggers and cattlemen. Depicts the city in 1963 as a center of wealth, culture and beauty. It shows the Golden Gate Bridge, Misión San Francisco de Asís, sailing ships from the 1800's including the Balclutha, Chinatown, Italian precincts and fashion is featured. It shows oil shipping. Golden Gate Park is featured. And California's freeways. And of course the short winding Lombard street.

Gets A Tour of Neil Patrick Harris’ Record-Breaking $3.6 Million Harlem Home

Neil Patrick Harris just broke a neighborhood purchase record by plunking down $3.6 million bucks on this NYC brownstone fit for his growing family (and more -- it's that HUGE).   Read more.

Miami Art Deco Segway Tour

Off we go to begin the most fascinating tour of Miami's Art Deco District. Great sights along the way including the amazing Ocean Drive, Versace's Mansion, South Pointe Park & Pier, South Beach Park, Bass Museum, Holocaust Memorial, Convention Center, the amazing Lincoln Rd Mall, Botanical Gardens and the quaint and fascinating Espanola Way!

Ellen's WB Tour

Who wouldn't want a tour of Ellen's offices from Ellen herself? These WB tourists got the surprise of their lives when they showed up at the Ellen offices. Take a look!

A tour of San Fran's oldest Neighborhood

San Fran's Mission District is a feast for the eyes and stomach.


Source: CNN

Inside the High-Security Pawn Shop for the 1%

Ever wanted to borrow against that $50,000 ring or a $3 million painting? Bloomberg Television's Alix Steel has found a gold mine for the top one percent.

Shangri-La Hotel, Paris Hotel Tour

Built in 1896 as the private home of Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte's grand-nephew, Prince Roland Bonaparte, Shangri-La Hotel, Paris achieves a balance between the group's signature style of hospitality and French art de vivre.



Unique in Paris, 40 per cent of the rooms and 60 per cent of the suites at Shangri-La, Paris feature unobstructed views of the Eiffel Tower and the River Seine below.

To explore every space at Shangri-La Hotel, Paris from every angle, we invite you to experience the full 360 interactive video tour here: http://slhr.hk/YzSLOy

Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong Hotel Tour

Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong is conveniently located high above the city's most prestigious shopping and business locations. In this city sanctuary, feel at home with the hotel's signature hospitality and unique cultural experiences.


The hotel atrium is home to the magnificent 16-story high wonder, 'The Great Motherland of China', the largest Chinese landscape silk painting in the world that depicts an expansive Chinese landscape from Qinghai and Tibet to Shandong Province, and from Beijing to Guilin. It almost stops time, but the wonders never cease here.

Before you know it, you are taken on an exalted culinary journey through its eight restaurants and bars. After all, Conde Nast Traveler has honoured Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong, as one the best hotels in the world for dining.

Well above the city, you admire the stunning views of The Peak and Victoria Harbour over an evening cocktail, in awe of the wonders of the city and the splendor of the hotel.

To explore Island Shangri-La, Hong Kong from every angle, we invite you to experience the full 360 interactive video tour here: http://slhr.hk/V3Or68

A tour of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon at night via Big Bus Open-Top Tours (晚上香港及九龍遊)

ENTERING AQUARIUS - Undersea Laboratory Tour

Training for living on the ocean floor is over and it is time to move into Aquarius Reef Base - the last underwater habitat in the world. Take the first tour of the mission as the Aquanauts get settled and adjust to their new home for seven days.

Take A Tour Of The Underwater Astronaut Habitat, Aquarius

Take a deep breath and dive under the ocean with ESA and NASA astronauts, who recently arrived at the underwater habitat Aquarius to train for life in space at the bottom of the sea.

Pumpkin Patch Tour

The UGPG marathon pumpkin patch tour across Utah's Wasatch front.

Company Tour by the "Willy Wonka" of Weed

Pot entrepreneur, Tripp Keber, creates pot-infused candy, sodas and other potent edibles.


Source: NationalGeographic

Behind-the-Scenes at Preparing for Burning Man

Joe's Brook Farm Tour, Sept. 10th, 2013

On September 10th, a few staff members from the Littleton Food Co-op Produce Department and Marketing Department took a day off from the store and office to go on a Farm Tour. First on our stop was Joe's Brook Farm in Barnet, VT.

Harry Potter WB Studio Tour in London

When I was in London this summer, we went to the WB Studio Tour and saw a ton of sets, props, and costumes used in the Harry Potter films. My friend Alex Carpenter tagged along!

Inside America's first smartphone factory

The Moto X smartphone is now being manufactured out of a new facility in Fort Worth, Texas.


Source: CNNMoney

Preview The 9/11 Memorial Museum : Inside WTC Ground Zero

(WTC) complex consisted of seven buildings, spanning 16 acres. The complex housed office space, an observation deck, the "Windows on the World" restaurant, and an underground shopping mall, and served as a transit hub for New Jersey PATH train and New York City subway riders. Approximately 50,000 people worked at the WTC, with another 40,000 passing through daily.



The National September 11 Memorial is a tribute of remembrance and honor to the nearly 3,000 people killed in the terror attacks of September 11, 2001 at the World Trade Center site, near Shanksville, Pa., and at the Pentagon, as well as the six people killed in the World Trade Center bombing in February 1993.

The Memorial's twin reflecting pools are each nearly an acre in size and feature the largest manmade waterfalls in the North America. The pools sit within the footprints where the Twin Towers once stood. Architect Michael Arad and landscape architect Peter Walker created the Memorial design selected from a global design competition that included more than 5,200 entries from 63 nations.

The names of every person who died in the 2001 and 1993 attacks are inscribed into bronze panels edging the Memorial pools, a powerful reminder of the largest loss of life resulting from a foreign attack on American soil and the greatest single loss of rescue personnel in American history.

London Penthouse With Garden View: $1.9 Million

Two London penthouses, one with a garden square view and another with two glass sky-rooms overlooking the city, are just a couple of the properties featured as Europe's House of the Day. Dipti Kapadia has details.

Inside an Iconic $10 Million NYC Duplex

Million Dollar Listing's "It" broker Fredrik Eklund takes Bloomberg Television's Betty Liu through a $10 million condo at The Apthorp on Manhattan's Upper West Side and talks about the state of the luxury real estate market in New York City. (Source: Bloomberg)

Inside The $27 Million Hilfiger Estate On Nantucket

Susy Hilfiger, ex-wife of American fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger, is selling the family vacation estate. At $27 million, the Great Gatsby-era home is the second most expensive listing on Nantucket Island.


Source: Forbes

Doomsday Preppers Go Upscale With Luxury Bunkers

A Southern California company is building luxury survivalist bunkers complete with wide-screen TVs, plumbing, and bunk-beds. They start at about $65 thousand dollars and that doesn't include the cost of digging a big enough hole.


Source: AssociatedPress

Inside Sony's Massive Silicon Valley Headquarters

Bloomberg's Cory Johnson takes you on an exclusive tour of Sony's new headquarters in Silicon Valley.


Source: Bloomberg

Inside London's iCity, a $150M Tech Utopia

After the Olympics left London, organizers promised the Olympic facilities would be put to good use. Bloomberg Television investigates what being done to the former broadcast center.


Source: Bloomberg

First Person: 9/11 Memorial Museum Tour

The President of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City took the Associated Press for a tour on Friday of what has been accomplished so far. The museum is slated to open to the public in the spring of 2014.


Source: AssociatedPress

Smart Rails: Inside Union Pacific's Technological Backbone

A look at the advances that make the trains run on time -- and then some -- straight from the world's largest rail yard.

San Jose Tour

USAC students leave Puntarenas and go on a tour of San Jose.

Top Things To Do In Curacao

If you're travelling to Curacao, these are tops things your must do! From water sports like wind surfing, snorkelling or diving, cliff jumping and sea doing to eating local dishes like guiambo-okra-soup and iguana to drinking blue curacao and green rum to dancing salsa and twerking. There is so much that this Caribbean island has to offer.

York County Solid Waste Authority Facility Tour

We got the opportunity to go on a tour of the York County Solid Waste Authority.

Venice Gondola Ride

Our first day in Venice. We go on a tour around the sites and on a Gondola ride.

Underground Mansion on Sale for $50 Million

One-of-a-kind subterranean mansion offers a truly private living experience.

Mississippi finds hope in the blues

From the winding shores of its namesake river to the gulf-coast, it is nearly impossible to avoid a collision with Mississippi's past. The FT's Christopher Booker travels down the state's Blues Trail to explore how this unexpected time capsule may offer a pathway into the state's future.


Source: FinancialTimesVideo

Kolkata: high culture and melancholic decay

From the vibrant atmosphere of the Indian Coffee House to the decaying buildings and rubbish strewn roads, the FT's South Asia Bureau Chief, Victor Mallet, explores modern Calcutta, now known as Kolkata. India's former administrative capital on the banks of the Hooghly river in Bengal is facing severe economic decline, but for the city's artists and intellectuals, there are signs of optimism.


Source: FinancialTimesVideo

The Making of Williams-Sonoma Stemware

See how each piece of Williams-Sonoma's signature stemware is masterfully hand blown of clear, lead-free glass in a small town in Turkey and learn why Williams-Sonoma chose these highly-skilled glassblowers to create their sparkling stemware collection.



The products featured in this video can be purchased from Williams-Sonoma: http://www.williams-sonoma.com/shop/tabletop-glassware-bar/tabletop-bar-williams-sonoma/

Historic Ferry Keeps Giving Passengers Enjoyable Rides

Ferries once were a vital means of transportation across rivers. On the Potomac River, which runs through the Washington region into the Chesapeake Bay on the U.S. East Coast, there once were more than 100 ferries in operation. They are all long gone... except one. As VOA's June Soh tells us, historic White's Ferry, in service since the late 1700s, is still doing very well.

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