York Harbor Motel and Cottages
- Continental Breakfast
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from York Harbor
... 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
... Beat the buzzer (students are broken up into teams, the teacher holds up a vocab card and students hit their buzzer when they know the word in Spanish)
-Speed conjugating (students try their bast to match how to say something in Spanish and English in pairs on white boards)
Stumbled upon this on NatGeo, enjoy.
... 220 stores in NY this one only had 65. We didn't care, so after strawberries for brekky off we went. It is a public holiday for Veteran's Day here but we had paused for our 1 minute silence last night, so we didn't give it another thought. The outlets turned out to be fairly povo & they were spread out on both sides of a very busy highway however the main players were represented & state tax in Maine is only 5.5% (NY was 8.25% & Canada is ...
... of the trip to northern New England. All my other nights were either tent camping or what I call "car camping".
South of Portland the beaches are sandier and the shore towns heavier with beach-oriented tourist accommodation. The traffic on the coastal road on Sunday was unbearable, and sights like the picturesque coastal lighthouses were completely mobbed with cars circling around for parking. I decided to skip the mayhem, avoid ...
... on the 11 through many more quiet 2-block New England towns - Farmington, New Durham, Alton - and to the southern reaches of Lake Winnipesaukee. At the last second I caught the entrance to the Mount Major trailhead and veered in the the muddy, dirt lot. It wasn't raining hard, but was far from calm, and had no hint of stopping. The round-trip hike was only 4 miles with a little over 1000 feet of gain. 'Why the hell not? It might ...