Portland, Oregon at Night

Portland, Oregon at Night

featuring Pieces of a Dream's "Enmascarada"
Portland, Oregon at Night

Although it is the largest city in Oregon, Portland feels surprisingly intimate, thanks to its land-use planning, natural spaces, and implementation of light rail and bicycle routes. Though its economy centers on its port and its many technology companies, Portland … Continue reading


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Dallas, Texas

featuring Alexander Zonjic's "Top Down"
Dallas, Texas

Founded in 1841, Dallas, Texas has a tradition of entrepreneurs and big business. The first western settler, John Neely Bryan, chose the Dallas area as a spot for a trading post, selling to American Indians and other settlers. Later, farming, … Continue reading


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Dubai (Skyscrapers & Skyline)

featuring Peter White's "Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow"
Skyscrapers of Dubai

Rich from oil, shipping, and banking revenues, the city of Dubai has entered the 21st century as a Middle Eastern boomtown. Tourism and real estate development are now major sectors of Dubai’s economy. Although development has slowed in the wake … Continue reading


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Marina Bay, Singapore

featuring Chuck Loeb's "Love Is All"
Marina Bay, Singapore

The densely-populated city-state of Singapore rests on a small archipelago in the midst of Malaysia and Indonesia. A sovereign nation of one large metropolitan area, Singapore is one of the busiest ports in the world and one of the world’s … Continue reading


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Niagara Falls (American Falls)

featuring Eric Marienthal's "Sunstone"
Niagara Falls (American Falls)

The United States-Canada border is the longest national border in the world, but the most dramatic spot on it must be the famous Niagara Falls. A set of three waterfalls– the Horseshoe, American, and Bridal Veil Falls– the Niagara Falls … Continue reading


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Las Vegas (Cityscape with Mountains)

featuring Nick Colionne's "Keepin' It Cool"
Las Vegas, Nevada

It may be Friday the 13th, but eScapes invites you to feel lucky anyway, with a virtual trip to Las Vegas, Nevada. Las Vegas originated as little more than a spot to switch trains on the journey west. Today, tourists … Continue reading


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Los Angeles from Mount Lee

featuring Lee Ritenour's "Can You Feel It?"
Mount Lee, Los Angeles

Los Angeles, the second-largest city in the United States, has been the worldwide capital of film production since the early 1900s. One-sixth of the city’s 3.8 million people work in the arts. This eScapes video takes you to the hills … Continue reading


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San Francisco (Fisherman’s Wharf at Night)

featuring Joe McBride's "In a Garden of Eden"
Fisherman's Wharf, San Francisco

Between the Golden Gate Bridge and the San Francisco – Oakland Bay Bridge, the famous neighborhood of Fisherman’s Wharf attracts locals and tourists with its nightlife. This eScapes scene presents the relaxing skyline of San Francisco at night, with the … Continue reading


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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

featuring Nils' "Just Smile"
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

At night, Dubai might be a spectacle of exciting nightlife, but early in the day, the desert city moves a calmer, more relaxing pace. As the sun rises over the Persian Gulf, there’s a clear contrast between the modern skyscrapers … Continue reading


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Saint Paul Trainwatching

featuring Joyce Cooling's "Another Time"
St. Paul Trainwatching

Railroads are a significant part of the history and culture of Saint Paul, Minnesota. Nicknamed “The Last City in the East,” Saint Paul was a hub on the “Milwaukee Road,” the railroad network that stretched from the Great Lakes to … Continue reading


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