Stephen Clay Homestead Bed and Breakfast

Address: 193 High Street, Candia, New Hampshire, 03034, United States | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B, located on 193 High Street, Candia, is near Charmingfare Farm.
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Travel Blogs from Candia

LaGuardia Sucks

A travel blog entry by bonjourbelle on Aug 05, 2015

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... We landed around 4 and had to shove through crowds to get to the bathroom. We had a little bit of time before our 6:00 flight so we decided to get some food. Of course, we expected to see the typical airport options: McDonald's, Chipotle, Starbucks, whatever. Nope. They had a ****** confusing off-brand food court where you order in one spot on an ipad, pick up your food from a cranky lady who's convinced the food she's trying to deliver isn't yours (YES THAT IS MY ...

Northward Bound

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 04, 2015

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Just over the border in Vermont, we passed through the quiet little village of Bennington. Specialty cafes, vintage shops, and beautiful churches should be on the brochure for this town. Huge trees shaded the sidewalks that were dotted with flower-filled urns. It personified a New England village.

We entered Green Mountain ...

Outlet shopping and honeybees

A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Jul 13, 2015

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... cafeteria/eating area. And a cooking school! The grounds are beautiful.

http://www.stonewallkitchen.com/

After coming back, we did a wander around the grounds, were shown the wine grapes, the fruit trees, the profusion of lavender, then looked at the beautiful roses, iris, hydrangea, clematis and various other plants. Sat and bundled some lavender plants while chatting and steak on the bbq ended the ...

Driving, heat, and a moose

A travel blog entry by u2shadow on Jul 12, 2015

Well, today was just our driving day to get to our destination. It's a loooong slog thru New Brunswick. It takes about 75-90 min or so to get to NB, then another 4 hours to reach the border, then about another 4 1/2 to drive down to Eliot. We decided to go thru Houlton, Maine so we could stick to the major highway (I95). It's a very boring drive as you just kinda set ...

Back-up lot due to the storm

A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Jul 05, 2014

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We are on our second of three in a row two-day stands...I know, it's as luxurious as it sounds. And because of the storm that tore through this area, our show & sponsor had to find a second lot for us to perform on. Thankfully, the back-up lot was just up the road from the first one and the sponsors had already put up a huge sign pointing people to that lot. We're at an airport now and a bit squished but Alex and Tavo made it work. The strangest thing is seeing ...