Exeter Elms Family Campground

Address: 190 Court St., Exeter, New Hampshire, 03833, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 190 Court St., Exeter, is near Hobo Railroad, Phillips Exeter Academy, American Independence Museum, and Phillips Exeter Trail.
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    Less than a week away!

    A travel blog entry by julie.explore on Sep 26, 2015


    ... s War" (thank you for the recommendation, Janet!), but I am not sure if I will get to those before I leave! Maybe they would be good for the plane ride over. I have an adaptor, I am loading my Kindle with books, and I have some travel books. I can't wait! The next entry may be from England...we will see how the week goes!


    A travel blog entry by kellywoodmansee on Jun 21, 2013


    ... four girls and my aunt and uncle. Whether its watching a horror movie with my aunt and uncle trying not to scream because the girls are sleeping, or playing animal charades in german with my cousins (who always win because I don't know German) there is always laughter.

    Now before anyone asks I have yet to start packing, I know completely unlike me. But in my defense I have been busy! The ...

    How time flies!

    A travel blog entry by gdayusa on Sep 09, 2012

    Greetings from the fabulous USA!

    How time really does fly, I can't believe that I am heading into my fourth week in the United States, and the end of my first week of classes here at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. My time here so far has been absolutely incredible and in such a short time I have managed to learn so much about myself, the people around me and the American way of life and culture through my travels with Mum up the East Coast and my time so far on college.

    Louise Kahn Library

    A travel blog entry by lisa-phin on Oct 12, 2011

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    The Next Stop was the wonders of Louis Kahn in the 1971 Exeter Library, New Hampshire. This is an incredible building that forces its pure geometry upon you to create a uniform solidarity and powerful essence upon you. It is based circling around a 5 story atrium of pure geometrical shapes, from all parts you can look to another, and its materiality defines its purpose. The clean red brick is solid, fortified yet punctured on ...

    Tennnessee Camping Adventure

    A travel blog entry by katie27 on Aug 19, 2011


    ... road trips with no sleep. He told me stories he had heard on a creepy late night radio show (Aliens!!!). We finally arrived in Gatlinburg TN after winding down a few miles of back roads. The drive was covered with local shops, farmers markets and BBQ stands.
    We just checked into Arrowhead Creek Campground and got our cute little tent set up. I took a quick shower ( it ...