Anchorage Inn of Rochester
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... of Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine which are along America's Atlantic coastline. The sun was shining again after yesterday's rain and I had checked with the driver which side of the bus to sit on so we got some good views. The area was among the first regions to be settled by British pioneers in the early-mid 1600s. A lot of the place names are English in origin (York, Gloucester, Portsmouth etc) presumably the names of the cities that the different settlers had come ...
- A short trip to Kennebunk. Kathryn and I had our traditional lunch at The Ramp in Cape Porpose. I had Portuguese style mussels and they were great as always. Wednesday, a trip to Freeburg to clean and rearrange the book shelves. (Sneeze, sneeze). Thursday, stopped for paint chips and back to ...
... based on their history classes and a play they read in English. As we walked through the streets, people handed us psychic cards and offered to foretell our future. Clay said he wanted to buy a lottery ticket and have them tell him which numbers to scratch off. We obviously do not believe in any form of witchcraft and therefore it was an uncomfortable place to be. I couldn't help but think of what my coworker said about visiting the Mormon church in Utah. He ...
So we would pack up the tent, sleeping bags and coolers and journeyed to the great Northwest woods of Washington State. We continued to camp when we could. Over the years, kids grew up, had their own kids, and we continued to camp, eventually in our first Motorhome, "Oscar". Up and down the East Coast, Maine to Florida, dodging moose in Maine, black bears and alligators in Florida, and crazy old drivers going the wrong way on Interstate 290 in ...
... and he's been through some trying times lately.
Lost his job... had to have a hip replacement... etc.
And then someone recommended I had to have some of the shellfish available in that part of the world. I struck out from Neil's to Portsmouth where I found a restaurant still open and bought some mussels. After eating them I retired to the van to go online using the restaurant's WiFi, checked my e-mails and got nice ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed