Maplehurst Inn

Address: 67 Main Street, Antrim, New Hampshire, 03440-0155, United States | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 67 Main Street, Antrim, is near Harris Center for Conservation Education, Hardings of Hancock, and Barn of Hancock Village.
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      Halloween Fun Begins!

      A travel blog entry by hendrickson on Oct 19, 2014

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      Today we had our fist Halloween Event. After several days of many adults slaving over sewing machines, super glue (aka "the Kragle") and lots of felt, our over excited Lego Man Emmet and extremely adorable classic Minnie Mouse Or "Mouse" came to life. Roscoe and Gwen loved their costumes and I think they turned out ...

      Have you ever tasted clouds?

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Oct 15, 2014

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      ... winds picked up to hurricane speeds and it would have been really easy to be blown off the top. We were literally in the clouds. At first I thought it was raining but then I realized we were just getting wet because we were actually standing in the cloud. I could have opened my mouth and it would have filled with cloud water, which btw doesn't taste great. We were soaking wet from head to toe so we didn’t stay at the top for long but it was pretty ...

      Somehow still here with my team of beards

      A travel blog entry by linleyc on Aug 25, 2014

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      ... frustration because there are cops everywhere and this car is doing 130km/h without even registering revs. Soooooo smooth. Anyway, I could talk about the car all day. The actual point of the road trip was to drive up something called the Kancamagus Highway, one of America's scenic byways. I really, reeeeeeeeally wanted to see a moose and this road is famous for having them walk out in front of cars and flip you off. One of the Maine locals ...

      Visit to the Motorcyclepedia Museum

      A travel blog entry by whereisdad on Aug 22, 2014

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      Left Mount Holly NJ this morning after a good breakfast at Pandora's Diner and had a great ride via the NJ Tollways and the NY Tollways which are pricey, especially for sidecars due to the three axle configuration, but very efficient. Got to the Museum about 1130 and spent a couple of hours there as we were somewhat time limited. Wish we had scheduled more time as it is very well done and has ...

      Bounder Bulletin

      A travel blog entry by bounderbulletin on Jun 15, 2014

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      ... br>
      So we would pack up the tent, sleeping bags and coolers and journeyed to the great Northwest woods of Washington State. We continued to camp when we could. Over the years, kids grew up, had their own kids, and we continued to camp, eventually in our first Motorhome, "Oscar". Up and down the East Coast, Maine to Florida, dodging moose in Maine, black bears and alligators in Florida, and crazy old drivers going the wrong way on Interstate 290 in ...