Hampton Inn Portsmouth Central
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Hot tub
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
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... or two early. While some trees were fully red or golden, most were still green. We got a partial. We stopped frequently, exploring on foot sometimes to get a special angle or find a secret copse of full autumn, but we rolled out of White Mountain with a partial.
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... slide show and video of Rita's younger years. That evening and our final one in Maine we went to the Lobster coop where Ricky works and had dinner and got a tour of the processing of the lobsters. Several got the long awaited Lobster dinner. Everyone packed and got ready for flight or for us the next leg of our ...
... since 1853, takes visitors back to the time when Kennebunkport was one of the richest towns in New England; when shipbuilding and the shipping trade thrived. It’s such a treat for visitors of the area to be able to get a little taste of history through buildings that are kept in their original state. By giving tours and keeping up with routine maintenance of these houses, they are able to preserve the original beauty and teach visitors about the beauty ...
... The villagers were under stress from Indian raids and a lot of infighting amongst citizens. This was the same time there were witch hunts in Europe and people believed in witches and the devil.
This was before the Revolution, and under English law, you were guilty if you were accused and had to prove your innocence. How do you prove ...
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