Maples at Warner

Address: 69 East Main Street, Warner, New Hampshire, 03278, United States | 3 star b&b
 
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Location

This 3 star B&B, located on 69 East Main Street, Warner, is near Pawtuckaway State Park, Country Club Of New Hampshire, and Jennifer Mitchell / JemGlass Studio.
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Travel Blogs from Warner

Currier Museum of Art

A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Feb 27, 2015

43 photos

... 8217;s
Art Museums: A Traveler’s Guide to the Great Collections Large and Small” by
author Suzanne Loebl. The book is essentially a guide to about two hundred art
museums across the U.S. and alerted me to where they all are, including many of
the smaller ones. I’ve treated it a little like a bible over the years and usually
consult it when I travel to take in the museums when I’m going somewhere.

One of those is the ...

Somehow still here with my team of beards

A travel blog entry by linleyc on Aug 25, 2014

12 photos

... Oh, that's right. That's pretty much everyone, here. :-P Just kidding, I actually managed to land quite a few ping pong balls in the cups all by my little self. And when I made a Thailand joke, nobody got it. Hmph. Young crew that's never watched Priscilla, clearly. Anyhoo, the big bosses were pretty good at it. I wonder if they consider those photos blackmail worthy... Two of the three managers left not long after this with the ...

Day One

A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Aug 18, 2014

6 photos

We left home and traveled the three hours to Greenpoint, the house we were staying in with my brother and sister in law. Taylor, Jake, Nick, and I got there around lunch time. After eating and unloading our stuff from the car we walked down the hill to the ...

I hope you had the time of your life

A travel blog entry by kellywoodmansee on Aug 22, 2013

6 comments, 2 photos

... Arguably one of the biggest lessons I learned with this experience, is that you can't learn, grow, or experience anything life has to offer if you can't take that first leap of faith. I knew either way someone was going to pick me up if I fell- but that leap of faith was what started all of these life lessons, adventures, and memories.
I became a sister, a cousin, a tita, a nice, a colleague, a daughter, and a friend all in just two months of ...

End of the chapter

A travel blog entry by kellywoodmansee on Aug 22, 2012

8 comments

... at me because I get excited when they come around with the yummy food.  He quickly caught on that I don't normally fly by myself, let alone business class.  As I tried to figure out the tray table in he arm rest, and quickly failed.   And yes, making friends with the person sitting next to me on the plane was a goal of mine...accomplished!!  Now I am sitting listening to music, waiting patiently for the next round of gourmet food and for them to announce that we are starting ...