Three Chimneys Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the home of an elderly lady they call “The Gopher”.
Very low state taxes lead to very low state funding for
higher education, and tuition at New Hampshire state colleges and universities
is near the highest in nation for both residents and non-residents. So you
might also expect facilities to be on the squalid side. Well, from the little
tour of campus Bob took me on, this couldn’t be farther from the case. UNH has
... of Art in Manchester, New
Hampshire, a very good indoor attraction to visit on a very cold day. By the
standards of large public collections in big cities the Currier is quite small
but was definitely worth a stop while in the area. The museum has a small
European gallery but is mostly works by American artists, especially those
active in New England with a large portion of the collection modern and
contemporary works. The museum has a few ...
... character, and lets me into the country. About an hour later, after riding through mountains all afternoon, it becomes remarkably flat and open. Even though it's dark it's easy to see there are no trees and no elevation. I pass large industrial sized farms until I'm just outside the city of Montreal. I get a little confused by the highway signs being only in French, but I keep driving and am rewarded with the most wonderful view of the city island ...
Traveling south from Portland on Saturday night I saw online that there are lots of campgrounds in Old Orchard Beach and figured I'd have no problem finding a spot, but that was not the case on the weekend between Canada Day and U.S. Independence Day here on the Quebecois Riviera. Yes, Old Orchard Beach is overrun in summer by people from Quebec. I did manage to find a motel room on Route 1 for a reasonable enough rate, actually my first ...
... everything, between the 24 empty bags, and additional room in other bags, we were able to pack everything that we had intended to bring along. There are hundreds of books, paper supplies, pencils, crayons, posters, teaching aids, manipulatives, and just about anything you can think of in a classroom. It was exciting to see what was going along, and fun to work together with the team to pack it ...