Lamies Inn and The Old Salt Tavern

Address: 490 Lafayette Road, Hampton, New Hampshire, 03842, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 490 Lafayette Road, Hampton, is near Hampton Beach State Park, Hampton Airfield, Tuck Museum, and Rye Airfield.
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    Travel Blogs from Hampton

    Boston and the holidays

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Dec 31, 2014

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    ... End and walked to Faneuil Hall area where the Lego exhibit was located. I knew Phil wasn’t too excited about going and not even sure Saul was but I wanted to see it. We were just in time for our time slot. They only let so many in each hour so it never gets crowded. First was a short history on the artist and was very well done and then we were turned loose! And what an amazing experience! This guy is good. We spent a lot of time in the ...

    November in Boston

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Nov 30, 2014

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    ... there-and also with a waitress friend who also has not been there on the nights we have been there, was working. Enjoyed the evening and then home.

    December 29th-Saturday – It is 24 degrees and cold blue sky when we are up at 9am! It stayed cold all day. Phil walked to the bank, about a mile plus round trip. He said it really wasn’t too bad out there. We did house things all day and then met Kristin and Lance at Italia for ...

    Nine countries in Eastern Europe

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... It is as nice as our other one was so no problems. This is a huge city with many more cars that roads! We saw the new soccer stadium being built in the downtown area. Several very long tunnels help direct some of the traffic. We parked by the river to pick up those that had opted for the 7 am boat trip. Next stop was the Royal Palace, and it covers many acres all walled in. The crowds are tremendous and it is hard to move around. Our guide gave us a brief overall ...

    The End of the Adventure

    A travel blog entry by torifoushee on Mar 06, 2014

    ... Lord named Farquaad. She objected for a while but just went along. I was really sad because since we got the princess I knew that we would have to say goodbye to my new friends. Bilbo and the dwarves hugged Donkey and I and were off for the mountain in which Smaug resided at. I told them to come back and visit anytime. So Donkey and I headed to Lord Farquaad's castle, and we found out that Afions was also an ogre when one night I her one night. She said it's been a curse for ...

    Holidays in Boston with family and friends

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Dec 02, 2013

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    ... to deliver them today. It’s a day to stay home and warm. Phil is working on his financial budget for the coming year, and a movie MIGHT happen. At 3 pm it started snowing again and slowed down at 4 but have about an inch of white stuff out there. We finally decided to go to Melissa’s for dinner; haddock and swordfish, were both good. A drink at home and read more of the Christmas Carol before I headed for bed and about 10 minutes of reading before ...