Hampton Harbor Motel

Address: 210 Ashworth Ave, Hampton, New Hampshire, 03842-3435, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 210 Ashworth Ave, Hampton, is near Casino Ballroom, Seabrook Beach, Tuck Museum, and Seabrook Science & Nature Center.
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        Boston and the holidays

        A travel blog entry by teamcc on Dec 31, 2014

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        ... not get there until time to sit for dinner. This year we sat with 5 cops that Phil worked with I Hyde Park and what a fun time! I hated to leave. Not so much traffic and soon we were home.

        December 5th Friday—Still dreary. A do nothing day. I am getting to the Christmas Cards. Lots when I do mine and him. We ended up heading to library-it was closed, Sabatino’s-it was stuffed with people and finally to Italia where we ...

        November in Boston

        A travel blog entry by teamcc on Nov 30, 2014

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        ... 8217;, but Saul ended up with a chicken salad. He is bored at being a security guard at NorthEastern Univ but undecided what to do next; back to school, but that requires $$$ he does not have; a job that involves helping in a child program that may be available; or going into the Navy. We talked about his possibilities and I think he will do the Navy. He has applied but not heard from them. Talked with a recruiter this week and that may help get the ball ...

        Boston in the Fall

        A travel blog entry by teamcc on Oct 31, 2014

        25 photos

        ... end outlet stores are located. We did stop in the LEGOLAND store. I can’t believe all the new and creative pieces, nor can I believe the prices of them. A set that makes a large bridge was $260., a bit more that I would care to pay!! Tiny body parts are 50 cents each- most requiring 4-5 parts! To go into the room with all the games and fun to do things and see the model of Boston City is $22 each and you HAVE to have a child under the age of 14 with ...

        Oregon, California, Arizona and Boston MA

        A travel blog entry by teamcc on Aug 31, 2014

        15 photos

        ... time for breakfast, such as it was, at the motel. And back on the road. Warm out again. I continues down I-5 with a couple of rest stops and finally above LA and heading down the Grapevine into the madhouse of LA for the rest of the trip. Had been somewhat relaxing but this part was not. Three hours and one wrong turn-I followed GPS and took me off of I-5 and took at least 4 freeways and 2 with left 'offs’ to get back where I needed. But finally I arrived ...

        Attack of the Spiders

        A travel blog entry by torifoushee on Mar 04, 2014

        ... squirmed about and finally reached my sword and was able to cut myself loose. I then ran over to the rest of our group and cut them free. After we were all free, we all went back to help Bilbo and we defeated all the spiders. I felt so accomplished and courageous slaying the spiders with my friends. We now feel closer and Bilbo now has something of value that can help us on the trip... His magic ...