Hampton Inn Portsmouth Central
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
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... a beautiful modern library expansion, and lecture
halls he teaches in with upholstered wide-chairs, audio-visual equipment, and
lighting that would have seemed like something out of sci-fi to me when I was
in either college or graduate school in the 1980s and early 1990s. There’s no
question that being a college student is a far more upscale experience in 2015
than it was in 1985 or 1992.
I should note here that I am comparing facilities over ...
... villagey. On the way home we drove down to see the Bush home up close only to find out we were looking at the wrong mansion. Bush compound is much bigger but to be honest, the one I thought was the Bush compound was much nicer. It has it's own church. Can't put the photo on insta, too big. I took a panorama shot.
Went to yesterday's cafe for another BLT. Walked around another part of town with even better houses. Crab cakes & lobster rolls ...
... the rest of the wedding party. Had some large portion mexican food on the waterside and then drank enthusiastically.
Surfaced the next morning, well rested and went for a cheeky jog (i think its pronounced 'yogging') with the more fitness motivated chinese woman in my life. Ran (still really a jog) into town centre which was lovely.
Nice chill out by the pool, to the point where getting ready for the wedding was ...
Trip started out with an 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 in Portsmouth and walked around a bit. Lovely summer evening in ...
... known as the Treaty of Portsmouth. After this treaty Japan became known as a world power because it was shocking how bad they kicked the Russian's butts in the war. Theodore Roosevelt was nominated for the Nobel peace prize for his actions and ending the Russo-Japanese war. My advice to Obama is not to underestimate someone or some place because of its size.