Travel Blogs from Portsmouth
... Anyway, it was pretty impressive. We finished the day with a lovely meal at the signature restaurant on board, with great service and lovely food. I even had a glass of the substance banned at Challinor Crescent, namely cognac. As we emerged there was music from a violin and piano playing lovely "adagio" music, very soothing. A great first day on the high seas. Photos to follow ...
... I haven't done much this evening as I am again really tired but caught up on emails. I'm reaching that point again where I need to have some time not doing much to chill out. Even though we had chilled mornings over the weekend we crammed a lot into the rest of the days and the last few weeks have been really busy with long hours. I'm really looking forward to my couple of days off after ...
... river section we opted to come back later. At this point Connor reached melt down. Not sure why, because he'd had a great breakfast, but he just couldn't cope with ANYTHING. Phew - find us some decent food!! Up State St, down a tiny alley and found lots of good delis. Including a Subway store. Yeah. Nope, it's useless, with barely any menu or options. Try again. Quick! Because Connors about to stage a sit-in ....
Breuggers Bagels to the ...
Camden - As we packed the final pieces of our luggage, and as we were rushing out the door in the rain, mom said, "It will be an act of God if we make it there (a college trip) in time." And I can't help feeling that starting this trip on an act of God is the right thing to do.
In the end we made it right on time and had a wonderful tour of the campus, which was beautiful, and saw their engineering program, which was great, and ...
... Street north of Church Street. When Higginson arrived in Salem, he wrote that "we found a faire house newly built for the Governor" which was remarkable for being two stories high. A year later, the Massachusetts Bay Charter was issued creating the Massachusetts Bay Colony with Matthew Craddock as its governor in London and Endecott as its governor in the colony. John Winthrop was elected Governor in late 1629, and arrived with the Winthrop Fleet in 1630, ...
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 Ave., 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