Three Chimneys Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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- Free parking
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... or two early. While some trees were fully red or golden, most were still green. We got a partial. We stopped frequently, exploring on foot sometimes to get a special angle or find a secret copse of full autumn, but we rolled out of White Mountain with a partial.
The drive was very scenic, and we found covered bridges, picturesque rivers and lakes on the way to afternoon coffee in North Conway, a holiday resort town set up for snow and Christmas. It has ...
... slide show and video of Rita's younger years. That evening and our final one in Maine we went to the Lobster coop where Ricky works and had dinner and got a tour of the processing of the lobsters. Several got the long awaited Lobster dinner. Everyone packed and got ready for flight or for us the next leg of our ...
... my waitress that the owner of the Wharf, Bob, built this restaurant himself. He found it as an old ship repair store many years ago and turned it into a restaurant. It consists of an inside dining room with two moon seats in front of wall-sized windows to make you feel like you are literally on the water, a tented area if you aren't looking to get total sunshine, and deck seating with a perfect view of the river. From across the way, the very large ...
... 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
... 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 ...