Travel Blogs from Portsmouth, United States

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on air, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

on air

A travel blog entry by rachelvanslyke

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... up through Portsmouth I thought I'd stop and grab some coffee. When searching through my notes I realized I had an interview with WSCA, Portsmouth Community Radio. You can listen online at wscafm.org. It went on at 2 est, June 12. There were many bridges ...

Little town of colors, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Little town of colors

A travel blog entry by 2mareti

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This is a little town we went to visit, my friend Nicole recomended that we went to visit this place. It was a cute little toen with shops and restaurants and lots of people. ...

Anchored in Maine, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Anchored in Maine

A travel blog entry by gknopp

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... was had. Yesterday the weather was cloudy and slightly wet.  We made an uneventful transit of about 50 miles and entered Portsmouth harbor at 1500.  By the time we had done some work on the boat the skies cleared and perfect weather ...

Charming Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Charming Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by jandjgo

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... been to the Marietta Square in Georgia, it reminded me of that area, except it wasn't a square and it felt more welcoming. The Portsmouth Brewery: I've heard about this place from Jay, and you can tell Bill and Jane are proud to be regulars here. Bill and ...

Maine, like a wet weekend in Cornwall, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Maine, like a wet weekend in Cornwall

A travel blog entry by rachnharry

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... “maritime heritage” that all these towns have – Camden had a harbourful of tall ships. Our stop for the night, Portsmouth New Hampshire, is also still a working port.  In search of a spot to watch for the dawn tomorrow we headed out ...

It's Official, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

It's Official

A travel blog entry by smcollins

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... 52 days, the Jons, Michael and his wife, and Team Collins walked into town together for dinner. That's when I found out that Portsmouth is an awesome town. There were so many delicious looking places to eat on the beautiful main street. I was pushing for ...

From Kentucky II, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

From Kentucky II

A travel blog entry by pdhvt

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And again, from Kentucky, but about Ohio! Shawnee State Park, West Portsmouth. OH Well, today wasn't our best day..... pouring rain in the morning, couldn't tell which direction we were going and ended up 10 miles in the wrong direction.... then the ...

Rhode Island, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Rhode Island

A travel blog entry by brentandjo

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... normal so we could get on the road; and as we weren't driving too far we arrived at a city owned campsite in the town of Portsmouth in Rhode Island by 11 am. We came to see Newport, home of the Americas cup for so long and Bristol, which was the home ...

The FRIENDLY TOAST!, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

The FRIENDLY TOAST!

A travel blog entry by msouliere

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Oh boy-- I have been wanting to go to this place since the first time I heard its name a year or two ago. FINALLY we went this Sunday! Yow!!! And we were not disappointed. Since we were going to the Arundel Rt. 1 outdoor flea market, we decided to ...

Day 44-45: Wed-Thurs, Aug 22-23, 1962: Portmouth, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Day 44-45: Wed-Thurs, Aug 22-23, 1962: Portmouth

A travel blog entry by mikifluker

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... after all of that Special K and Donald Duck orange juice! We left Momma's cousins and headed two hours south to Portsmouth. We stayed with my great-great Aunt Nellie Goddard, the sister of my Great grandfather Charles Austin Goddard, II. She ...

Southbound On I95, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Southbound On I95

A travel blog entry by boydevine

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We spent a few hours this morning doing what one does while in Portland....shop. Sarah got a jacket for $30 that had a regular price of $160 so great buy for sure.  We headed over to the Amtrak/Bus terminal at noon and are now en route to Logan ...

Tanja 21.08.2008, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Tanja 21.08.2008

A travel blog entry by jessibelli

Heute musste ich eine Stunde fruher aufstehen, da wir zum Socialoffice fuhren um meine Sozialnummer zu beantragen, mit ihr kann ich endlich meinen Fuhrerschein machen. Leider waren wir eine Stunde zu fruh in Porthsmith, drum gingen wir fur einen ...

Still Jet-Lagged, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Still Jet-Lagged

A travel blog entry by torial

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On Friday 1st June I finally recovered enough from the jet-lag to go and see Portsmouth. The Olde Towne area of Portsmouth seems to be one of the few places with some original buildings. Unfortunately 30-40 percent of all the shops on the High Street were ...

Turnaround day, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Turnaround day

A travel blog entry by spacecrime

Memory moment of the day: Befuddlement at being told my illness had nothing to do with drinking the water, letting my hand drift in the Nile, or anything at all to do with my trip. I woke up a new man. I mean, seriously. Not groggy, unfocused, unable to ...

Day 2 - Connecting, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Day 2 - Connecting

A travel blog entry by kvkrusader

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... ; What a spectacular sight.  After dodging a number of REALLY BIG ships and going past the Naval shipyard we docked at Portsmouth Boating Center.  Then the crews of s/v Paloma and s/v White Wave II finally joined up in person, had a wonderful ...

Family reunion, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Family reunion

A travel blog entry by catswain

... overnight in Portsmouth.  Stuart and I met up with Gretchen and her friends, Chelsie and Allie, who were spending a few days in Portsmouth to celebrate being 21.  Jacob and his roommate, Silas, met up with us too.  We all went out to dinner ...

We're Getting There!, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

We're Getting There!

A travel blog entry by matt~becca

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Wow...we have been in the car for some time...some thoughts from our drive thus far... Most boring job= being the guy that drives the machine that makes the grooves along the side of the hiway Best performance of the day= Matt Harbut singing 'You ...

Portsmouth, VA, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Portsmouth, VA

A travel blog entry by gantmj

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What we're gonna do!, Norfolk VA, United States travel blog

What we're gonna do!

A travel blog entry by mariemoon31

I have just been informed that there is a huge historic district that we can explore, as well as a hockey game that is playing during my stay there. I can't remember what teams are playing.  There is also this really old, old-fashioned Irish pub ...

Back to see Geoff and Gabriella, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Back to see Geoff and Gabriella

A travel blog entry by sailingglenn

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Pirate Cove Marina, Portsmouth RI, Pirate Cove Marina, United States travel blog

Pirate Cove Marina, Portsmouth RI

A travel blog entry by relativity2010

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The Fkume, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

The Fkume

A travel blog entry by dochawk

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The End of The World War, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

The End of The World War

A travel blog entry by 14fathauerk

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... power and discipline of Japan. After 8 months of war both countries could not sustain war anymore so Japan called to the United States for assistance to end the war and come to an agreement that is good for both sides. Theodore Roosevelt was president at ...

From Rhode Is. to New Hampshire via Massachussets, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

From Rhode Is. to New Hampshire via Massachussets

A travel blog entry by pjf000

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... in any case, there are still 2 more days of coastal drives before we head west to the mountains. It is dark when we reach Portsmouth and we hastily check in to the Hotel. Once we settle we ask the reception for a good eatery that she could recommend. She ...

Lofty Goals, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Lofty Goals

A travel blog entry by fromthegut

Jane and I walked 8 miles today! Yesterday we walked 6. We are getting ready for our trip to Sweden in February. I know, who goes to Sweden in February. We both agree that a much better time will be had if we set goals of walking/running during our trip. ...

Well, That Didn't Take Long, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Well, That Didn't Take Long

A travel blog entry by spacecrime

So what? I buy a ticket to Cairo and send the country into a tizzy one day later? Internet disrupted by the government? Protests in the street? Crack anti-terrorist squad positioned in Tahrir Square. Tahrir Square, Tahrir Square...That sounds ...

Booked Hotel with Ice Bar, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Booked Hotel with Ice Bar

A travel blog entry by fromthegut

Found out that Absolute has an ice bar at the Nordic Sea Hotel. Booked it for the first 2 nights. This will be fun. thinking Stockholm, Goteborg, Malmo Triangle. Walked 8 miles yesterday and 3 today. ...

Two-weeks and counting!, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Two-weeks and counting!

A travel blog entry by rsottney

Welcome to my new travel blog. Hopefully here you'll find blogs and photos from mine and my wife's vacation to London and Paris. We're leaving March 31, and we'll be spending our anniversary having dinner at the finest french restaurant, on the first ...

Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by hljones88

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Dinner in Portsmouth, Portsmouth, United States travel blog

Dinner in Portsmouth

A travel blog entry by ivanandkristina

We wanted a quick dinner before arriving in Portland, ME.  Our desire to eat something comfortable at lower risk (read: not ridiculously expensive) overcame our desire to eat something that was exclusive or famous. We chose to eat at The Friendly ...

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