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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.
... on a tour to Cape Cod which is gorgeous but traffic would drive you crazy. On Friday we got a Charlie Card (their myki but definitely tourist friendly) and went to Harvard, Samuel Adams brewery, Boston Tea Party site and the Black Heritage Trail again with digressions. Off to New York now by ...
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?
April 8, Portland to Boston: We were up and away by 7:20 am to the Portland Airport. Betsy, Nancy and I were graciously given a ride to airport by Dennis Oster. We individually cleared security ( Betsy on pre check; Nancy via wheelchair and me the normal way). Flight to. Boston was uneventful. I read half of the newest Donna Leon novel - By its Cover, #23. We recovered our checked bags, connected with Cathy, who promptly arrived to pick up Nancy. Betsy and I caught a ...
... a vibrancy that appealed. The city was organised pretty well and maps are well marked out. Admittedly, we didn't venture too far out of town but what we saw, we liked. Beacon Hill....a suburb I've fallen in live with. It just felt...welcoming, interesting, old yet not stuffy nor full of itself...just nice. New York City is/ was just crazy-exciting, dangerous and a lifestyle that would be challenging for this oldie! Back to Boston. ...
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