Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Rochester
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... railway that cuts through the golf course, and a Christmas Loft that sells Christmas decorations all year round.
On then by 3pm toward Kennebunkport, a fishing village on the coast of Maine. Of course, these days most of the fishing is done by retailers, but they do it so well, you almost want to give them your money. This town is postcard perfect, even if the hired help is not. I wandered in to one store, in search of a new ship’s log for Grand ...
They say 3rd times the charm I have typed this story and lost it due to lack of internet. Rita's friend Kim planned a surprise 60th birthday party for her and we had to keep the secret even though she suspected there was something going on. Kind of hard not too when even though Jessie , Nora and I were planned guests. ...
We started the day in Portsmouth, NH walked through some gardens along the water and over to Strawberry Bank a historical park of the original settlement. They have done a beautiful job of restoring the old home and showing you different things from that era we talked to a barrel builder and a demonstration on cooking where we learned about Turnspit dogs. You need to Google they were specifically bread to fit in a cage to ...
... 8217;t see President George W. Bush’s house. But we did see Duffy's Tavern and Marvin Gardens.
We drove back tor Portland to visit the Signal Tower, the only known remaining historic maritime signal tower in the United States. It was built in 1807, by Captain Moody to signal when ships were entering the harbor.
... Improvement Associates) which is basically a summer recreation camp for kids aged 3-17.
Kennebunkport isn't just a tourist town, but is home to many fishermen and lobstermen who live here year round and make their living off of cruising the ocean every day.
Everybody’s visits to a tourist town are different, so I would highly recommend taking a trip down, creating your own memories, and taking in the wonderful views for ...