Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College
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Travel Blogs from Hanover
... I found myself wondering why a high powered rifle, telescopic sights and human intelligence isn't enough.
The local supermarket, much like Woolies or Coles, had a wider range of baked goods in some ways than we have, also sold alcohol on shelves in the main supermarket like Tesco did in Scotland and had an in-store Pharmacy. We returned and had corn on the cob as fresh as it gets and spent the afternoon engaged in spending ...
... who used to sing and play guitar in New York clubs and who made GG drool with stories about her Martin guitars! Later, we were ushered into the august presence of J&P's pussycat, Mr Lacey, who, as pampered pusses go, is up there with the best of them and who, we are reassured, returns all the affection heaped upon him with interest! John, with his usual degree of engagement with any topic, has psychoanalysed Mr Lacey and relates some absorbing tales of ...
... sights. A Rockerfeller Nat'l Historical Park ( his mansion and grounds), the Billings farm, a dairy farm dating from the 1880s and the Sugarbush Farm where they make maple syrup and age co-op cheese, up to 8 years. We bagged Rocky and the cows after due deliberation and headed for the sweet stuff. Quite a drive it was too. This countryside just shivers me ...
... the warmest part of the day is the last couple of hours. By the time we reached Gorham at the top of the White Mountains, the sun came out which made for great riding. Hardly any traffic on the roads as it is low tourist season for the area. When we made it Lincoln, which was our end goal for the day we decided to continue on to a place called Lebanon. Looking at the maps we went route 118 through ...
Waking early is good. Waking early to clear skies and having people to forcefully wake up under threat of eating all the food is great. I did just such this morning, and we had a lively breakfast and left camp by 10am. Not bad! The day promised to be hot, so rather than overheat in the midday sun, we thought it best to stop at a brewery for a couple hours in the middle of the day. We were drinking before noon and kept at it just before biking would have been dangerous, then ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center