Fairfield Inn Portsmouth Seacoast
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- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
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Good self service breakfast, friendly staff, take the free shuttle to downtown.
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... bisque for dinner from a restaurant up the road.
I've been watching the Today show each morning we've been away & it's been like old times. Lovin' it.
Monday morning; the hotel emptied of weekend visitors. We had a nice breakfast -strawberries!! (Where are they coming from?). Fray had made friends with the local barista who recommended we visit a little beach town called Ogunquit. It's sunny & even a bit warm. Cute town, beachy ...
Before we go onto the next part of the trip, a couple of things. I like the North American toilets better than ours. When I first came here over 20 years ago, I thought the toilet was broken because it was full of water. Crazy! The department stores are playing Christmas music. About 12.30am this morning, fast asleep when the frickin' fire alarm went off in the hotel. ****!!! People were in the corridor asking what to do, so Fray & I grabbed phones, ...
... sandwich with delicious white fluffy cream on the inside. Absolutely amazing and I am so happy I got to try one finally. It is really too bad we didn’t get to see more of Portsmouth as the town seemed really cute and the restaurants all looked delicious. I hope to travel there again soon and really see the town. There is so much to do and see that sometimes we only get glimpses of places. Oh well, a little bit of something is better than none at ...
... changing color in the fall---mostly the golden rain tree, pictured here.
On our itinerary was Franconia Notch State Park, in White Mountain National Forest. What a visual treat! At Flume Gorge, we walked a path to Table Rock which reminded John and me of The Sinks in the Smoky Mountains. Crossing over the Pemigewasset River via a ...
Folks back home most often ask what we miss most about land and the answer is always an easy one, THEM! During our two week visit back to New England we were able to meet up with some of our family and friends. The unfortunate thing is that we were not able to meet up with everyone we wanted to see. However, we were able to enjoy the time with the ones we did and will cherish them.
For those we did not see, we hope to catch up ...