Wrens Nest Village Inn

3548 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 03801, United States | 3 star inn
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This 3 star inn, located on 3548 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, is near Water Country, Granite State Whale Watch, Inc., John Paul Jones House, and Hampton Airfield.
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    Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

    Fisherman of Gloucester Memorial

    A travel blog entry by heidi.brown on Aug 07, 2014

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    ... and again I ordered the lobster roll... could hardly get my mouth around it, it was so full of lobster meat... great spot and not too expensive. Enjoyed our lobster roll befor heading North to Ipswich and Rowley where we got on the I95 and headed North to Bangor for the ...

    Which Witch is Which?

    A travel blog entry by nl.opiola on Aug 06, 2014

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    ... a number of statements made that would not have fit the average person but it did me. She said she saw me working from home, travelling west to Vancouver, and a lot about the kids. She had me sappy and missing them all so on the way back to camp I messaged each of them. Got a response from all but one. YOU KNOW WHO YOU ARE!!! hahaha Still love you all. xoxoxox

    Family reunion

    A travel blog entry by catswain on Jun 21, 2013

    Trip started out with an overnight in Portsmouth. Stuart and I met up with Gretchen and her friends, Chelsie and Allie, who were spending a few days in Portsmouth to celebrate being 21. Jacob and his roommate, Silas, met up with us too. We all went out to dinner in Portsmouth and walked around a bit. Lovely summer evening in ...


    A travel blog entry by suzhu on Oct 12, 2011

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    ... the seafront, the two main streets with shops are windy rather than on a grid system, and the streets are mainly one-storey clapboard huts painted in different colours. Unfortunately, the weather was grey so the town actually looked a little bit sorry for itself. Also, perhaps Americans are so used to them that they just don’t see them, but I couldn’t help but notice the massive power lines which ...

    Closing the Book

    A travel blog entry by spacecrime on Jul 07, 2011

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    ... Mohammed from Wake-Up Cairo Hostel (as opposed to Skinny Mohammed and Boss Mohammed from the same hostel)? The owner of the hotel in Petra? Else, Courtney and Elke at Cocomama's in Amsterdam? Brooklyn Dodger Don, Alan from Taiwan, Rene and Carolyn, Abtil from Iran?

    Note to self: This time I mean it. Ask people if I can take their picture, preferably with me in ...