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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Conference facilities
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Upon leaving Maine, we were treated to some of the most amazing color! New Hampshire is just a beautiful state. It is very hilly and has a few mountains! (which we have missed) It rained very hard the entire drive. We stopped at Grafton Notch State Park and went to see Screw Auger Falls. They were torrential with the pouring rain. The view was worth the good soaking that we caught walking out to them. We stayed ...
... was replete with chalkboards, center woodstove, grammar card lessons, and old time student bench desks. The collections of dishes, pressed glass, pottery, dolls, toys, weathervanes, and early American collectibles were Questers’ dreams come true. Electra Havemeyer Webb’s memorial building including personal effects of her New York City home: the furniture and Impressionist paintings were awesome. If you ...
... outdoors in North Woodstock, at the Woodstock Inn, amid gardens ablaze with canna, dahlias and New Guinea impatiens. Dave had an open-faced meatloaf sandwich on thick cut toast topped with mashed potatoes and gravy. He said it was as good as his moms.
Outside the ticket office for the Mt. Washington Cog Railway, I noticed people wearing light clothing, reflecting the 70 degree weather. I felt like a ...
... few little waterfalls under the bridges. We speculated the spring, after snow melts, would be a better time to look for waterfalls.
This evening we were lucky enough to be in a part of the country that was not overcast and we could see the blood moon. The pictures were taken in hand-held in automatic mode. I love my camera. Our telescope at home could have taken awesome photos, but we heard the Chicago area was ...
... Summer, everything is still green and the Fall isn't expected for another 3 or 4 weeks.
So instead of our original plan to explore the northern states of New England first (New Hampshire & Maine), we decided to head south and do the lower states first (such as Massachusetts, Connecticut & Rhode Island) looping back north in 3 to 4 weeks time in order to catch the leaves ...