Chapman Cottage

Address: 370 York St., Coastal Rt 1A, York Harbor, Maine, 03911, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 370 York St., Coastal Rt 1A, York Harbor, is near Old Gaol, John Hancock Wharf & Warehouse, Jefferds' Tavern, and Old School House.
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      UNH - Home of the Wildcats

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 28, 2015

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      ... and margaritas or brunch with
      unlimited mimosas and sangria, but Bob did show me around campus a little too.
      The town where UNH is located, Durham, seemed pleasant enough, but I didn’t
      find it to be especially notable.

      Unusual for the Northeast, New Hampshire is a very low tax
      and low service state, one without a state income tax and without a state sales
      tax on most goods and services (some luxuries and things they can largely gauge

      Ogunquit - Maine Seaside Idyll

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jul 02, 2012

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      Traveling south from Portland on Saturday night I saw online that there are lots of campgrounds in Old Orchard Beach and figured I'd have no problem finding a spot, but that was not the case on the weekend between Canada Day and U.S. Independence Day here on the Quebecois Riviera. Yes, Old Orchard Beach is overrun in summer by people from Quebec. I did manage to find a motel room on Route 1 for a reasonable enough rate, actually my first ...

      Star Island was our 2nd choice....

      A travel blog entry by heidi.brown on May 28, 2010

      11 photos

      We left Gloucester this morning around 10 and went through the Annasquam Canal and up into Bigalow Bight. It was an easier run than yesterday and quite a pleasant trip. We arrived in Pepperal Cove which is Kittery Point around 4ish. Put down the anchor and had a rest. We are travelling with a boat called Rhiannon out of Rothesay Yacht Club and they picked up a town mooring ...

      The Maine Coast

      A travel blog entry by nanseaj on Oct 14, 2009

      7 photos

      ... we figured he must have called the Newfield's’s police and decided that I deserved a break after the encounter yesterday. Soon we are “safe” across the border in Vermont and enjoying dinner with Cousin George and Nancy (the "official" George and Nancy, not the “real” George and Nancy). Tomorrow, we begin a tour of Vermont and the still very colorful trees.


      Rain, rain, rain

      A travel blog entry by dldemented on Jun 23, 2008


      ... 425 miles but it's never easy as the water on the road keeps you very tense.. And then those damn trucks just about blow you off the road after sending a wave of water on you.. Don't you wish you could have fun like this too??? Maybe it's from my sailing days that one learns to deal with the bad to be able to enjoy those beautiful days humming down the road.. It does give me the same sense of freedom that sailing did, might sound strange but ...