Wrens Nest Village Inn

3548 Lafayette Rd, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 03801, United States | 3 star inn
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Travel Blogs from Portsmouth

Live Free or Die

A travel blog entry by eddemer


OK, so I struggled to think of a pun for this one. I'm open to suggestions. In case you were unaware, the New Hampshire state motto is 'live free or die', which I think is a pretty nice thought. Only problem is if everyone lives free then they will most likely die in the process from alcohol poisoning or shooting someone or something. I'm generalising.

Anyway, I set off this morning from Boston with the commuters at 6.45am. If you don't know me, then you will ...

Wrap up

A travel blog entry by camosami

Sorry, I'm afraid, for now, this blog ends here. The past few days have brought: 1) geocaching: very fun and interesting, 2) Sherlock (the one with Martin Freeman): my friends have been trying to get me to watch it forever, now that I have I'm in love it!!, 3) started reading Til We Have Faces by C. S. Lewis. I may return, I may not, I'm too tired to ...

'Twas the Night before Christmas

A travel blog entry by camosami

... I love him too. He is too good to me and I can't get over it. Just as I can't believe how much my father on earth loves me, I can't believe how much my Father in Heaven loves me. This is Christmas; a show of our love for one another to reflect God's love for us. We celebrate on this day that God sent his Son Jesus to earth, all because of his great great love for us. Thank you Lord for this gift of a child, Jesus, the Savior of the ...

The End of The World War

A travel blog entry by 14fathauerk


... known as the Treaty of Portsmouth. After this treaty Japan became known as a world power because it was shocking how bad they kicked the Russian's butts in the war. Theodore Roosevelt was nominated for the Nobel peace prize for his actions and ending the Russo-Japanese war. My advice to Obama is not to underestimate someone or some place because of its size.

-Tristan Moore



A travel blog entry by suzhu


... all the photos I tried to take.

We had lunch at Brackett’s Oceanview Restaurant (as I mentioned, sadly the view was grey), and then got back on the road to Portsmouth.

Our hotel, The Alehouse Inn, is very smart. It has contemporary furniture and décor mixed with nautical details. It has quite a masculine feel in a funky kind of way, and lots of mod-cons (posh coffee pod machine, massive HD ...

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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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