- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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My buddy Bob Tischer is currently teaching economics on
contract at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. So while in northern New
England to ski, I thought I’d pay him and his wife Susan a visit. We worked
together for a bit way back when in 1998 at OCI, a small health information
technology company in Cheyenne, Wyoming run by a psycho-boss named Hank but
have kept in touch with each other over the years, occasionally getting
... 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 ...
... though informed me I'm probably just a bit late in the year to see them and he was sadly right. I did not find meese. I did find very pretty scenery though.
After that, I headed on into Maine (famous for lobsters and mooseseses) and spent the night in a pretty place called Boothbay Harbor. On Sunday morning I took a short harbour cruise and saw some lighthouses, some eider ducks, cormorants, osprey and some water. It's a ...
Fun things I saw on the road. Lots and lots of people on motorbikes with no helmets. One dude on his bike *with* a helmet while his woman sat on the back with no helmet. And they say chivalry is dead. I also saw some signs that suggest what used to be "Rest stops" are now "Text stops". Like that'll ever happen. To show my support for this initiative, I took a photo of one as I blew past at 130km/hr. I saw a Ford with a ...
... Fenimore Cooper spent most of his life. He's known for classics such as "The Last of the Mohicans" and his father, William helped survey and establish the town where James lived. It was named Cooperstown, set among the rolling hills alongside Otsego Lake, the source of water for the Susquehanna River. Today, this rather tranquil town is known to baseball fans worldwide as a place of pilgrimage, since ...