Travel Blogs from Portsmouth
... lilacs, wisteria, dogwoods, forsythia - huge bright bright yellow forsythia, and a bunch of other blooming things I can't identify. I was told that one was supposed to go to New England in the fall, not the spring.....well, it's true you have the beautiful colors in the fall but you also have the crowds of tourists. No crowds here and it sure is beautiful.
Sad to leave our lovely bunk room in the International Youth Hostel and set off for another walking route through Boston to Fenway Stadium for the game.
We went through the Formal Gardens of Boston that have bronze Mother duck and ducklings. Toddlers were queueing up by standing over the babies and working up to the mother for the photo opportunity. Ruth was too bashful so mum took her place and got the shot.
Onwards through Back Bay- interesting use ...
So I lay down in the bed. A little while later I was disturbed as the van started rocking and there were clumping noises. Half-asleep, I wondered what was going on, then I realised two or three people had climbed the ladder on the back of the van!
"What do I do about this?" I wondered. Then there was a bright flash of light and they went away! I wonder if I'll ever see the photo of my van somewhere on the net?
... yet contained. Fabulous international program and an excellent school for the science and engineering minded student. If you want to travel abroad then you can! Yes, you can join a coop or pursue a semester abroad to 80+ countries from around the world. The 4 pillar system is at the heart of the program. Students must complete at least one pillar to graduate. Service learning, international relations, research and work study make Northeastern interactive and hands ...
... is a great view right into Fenway Park and 360 degree view of the City which by now was dark. We walked back to the hotel to watch the rest of the game and pack our bags. Boston played really well and won the World Series against St. Louis Cardinals. I might even buy a Boston Red Sox T shirt!! This will be the last blog as we fly back tomorrow. Thanks for reading the blog and being part of our holiday. See you all ...
Other places to stay in Portsmouth
250 Market Street, Portsmouth | 4 star hotelfrom $184
- Decidedly average
- Good - not perfect.
- Great for a retreat
580 US Highway 1 Bypass, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $93
300 Woodbury Avenue, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $128
1190 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $117
1000 Market Street, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $147
99 Durgin Lane, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $137
100 Portsmouth Blvd, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $133
417 Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $96
- Relaxing getaway!
- Great place to stay
- Great Spot
650 Borthwick Avenue, Portsmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $145
1 International Drive, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $183
100 High Street, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $173
- Agree with Rhode Island Tripadvisor comment
- Pricey and in need of some improvement
- Can you hear me now?
383 Woodbury Ave., Portsmouth | 2 star hotelfrom $64
40 Court Street, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $170
100 Deer St, Portsmouth | 3 star hotelfrom $179