Misty Harbor and Barefoot Beach Resort
How has this resort rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Giardinetto Bologna
Travel Blogs from Gilford
And the adventure continues!
We arrived into Plymouth, New Hampshire in the evening and ate dinner at a family owned burger joint. I was surprised to see that 'homefries' were not just another name for french fries. These are cubed potatoes that are fried. And it wasn't just a thing at this joint. It seemed that homefries is a local norm.
Plymouth is another town that Ben used to visit when he was a student down in Syracuse. Him and ...
... instead there was one main walking street and a town that looked like any other. It wasn't Rachael's first visit here and she admitted to me later on that she didn't click with Burlington and was trying to see it again without judgement but felt that the place was soulless (harsh but true) . Oh well, we still managed to find the local bar, the O.P., which had an offer on for a pitcher of PBR beer for $3, how could we say no?! We stayed in Burlington for ...
During the months of September and October our cruiser friends were taking time off to visit family and friends back home. I was told that airplane tickets were cheapest during this time. We had planned a visit back to New England at one point, it seemed like a good time to make a trip back up north.
... 30 AM, two officials showed up and looked at our passports asked if we had an firearms or citrus fruit on board. They cleared us and we went to get fuel. As we were returning to the dock, Kathy and Kevin arrived. We took our stuff off the boat and loaded theirs on. About 2:45 PM, Kathy and Kevin departed for Bucks Harbor and Cheryl and Paul got in their car and headed home. Cheryl and Paul arrived at Mary and Sean's home for dinner at 7:15 PM. Hannah ...
... So we do the stuff you do in the morning, pack up and we're hiking again, day 2! It's raining, lightly but constantly, and the rain gear just makes up sweat like a mofo ... I'm drenched 15m later, and we're going up and up. We come to our first crossing and we decide to go up Mt. Adams, which looks quite challenging but we have new legs and bad memory of yesterday so we go. Slippery boulders again, and foggy, and dangerous but not as heavy as day ...