Travel Blogs from North Conway
The rain and drizzle didn't pass through overnight, so flexibility was the plan of the day. Instead of heading for Fort Knox, Maine and Penobscot Narrows Observatory about 30 minutes from Brewer, we hopped onto Hwy 2 and headed west. The plan is to see the bridge observatory on the trip back.
A side road before Mexico, Maine took us to …
... hair. And when she asked if I thought it was cut short enough, I ran my hands through his hair as I love to do and determined that the length was just right. It was lots of fun to speak with Lorraine and she did a great job on Harvey’s hair.
4. To cook a lobster, you need a really big pot that is called, you guessed it, a “lobster pot”. Basically, it is a really BIG pot. The ...
Today we left the easy coast and travelled inland. The further west we went the further on autumn is. The road we travelled was treed on both sides which makes this area so spectacular in autumn.
We stopped in the small town of Pinkham, New Hampshire for lunch and a member of the town Council welcomed us to the town and they even had a red carpet.
We climbed higher up Mt White to Conway for our night stopover. ...
... be gone for three months this fall, several months ago we took a careful look at our incoming mail and reviewed what seemed to be the most important contents of our mail - magazine subscriptions for National Geographic Magazine, National Geographic Traveler, The Economist, Business Week, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photo Pro and ... I can't remember them all! We have decided not to renew the ...
So we left VT this morning from the Quechee Gorge State Park, a mildly interesting gouge in the earth. Beautiful of course, it's VT after all. And we breakfasted at a wonderful bakery/cafe called the Trap Door. Artisans with pastry, yum. We indulged after a refreshing run down to the gorge and back up, then to the dam and lake behind it . Now we are ensconced in ...
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking