River View Resort
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... entwickelt. Zumindest gilt das für den nördlichen Teil von Neu England, im Süden wird es wohl noch 1 Woche dauern.
Na dann, genießt die Pracht!
well, last week has been a very exhausting, tiring one which asked for a lot of energy at my end. But now it's time to take a deep breath and get out of the ...
... Parks were represented along with gun clubs. Their was a museum of old stuff - a lot in use and demonstrated - like an old wood oven, with women cooking and baking, yum. Can you believe it, the Scouts stand had a skinned bear and wolf - yuk. Lots of crafts, animals, food and rides. The highlight was skillet throwing, by women only - it was so much fun to ...
... on side, making it less of a wait then the main gate.
Attractions to the fair are the more simple things such as family bonding, animals, rides and of course the fair food. Through out the day there are many events suiting old to young interest, some even include the crowd! Even the drive to and from the fair is even exciting and beautiful to see. Depending on were you are coming from you can see wet lands, the trees changing colors with leaves scattered on the ...
Day 51. New Hampshire Today we journeyed across White Mountain - but not before we did a ten mile loop to bring us back to the beginning. We learnt how maple syrup is produced and even saw some maple farms. Apart for the magnificent drive and scenery, the highlight of the day was a stunning two mile walk through Flume Gorge. Today met all our expectation of leaf peeping - excellent - green, brown, yellow, orange, red making a final statement before the chills of winter. Mileage: 116 ...
... suggested by the staff here. Nice to see the area in the daylight. Decided to drive up and see the highest point in New England, Mt Washington. It is 6 thousand feet high and has a road to drive up to the top. 8 miles up took about 30 minutes, part was gravel and all the way was steep. No shoulders and just enough room to fit two cars if they stay on the correct side. The no shoulders and drop offs made people afraid and they tended to take part of the middle out of the ...