River View Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... along the way. We drove the Kamc Highway. Perfect leaf viewing. We spent a night at the Christmas Inn in Jackson. We were upgraded after the front desk initially couldn't find our booking so found ourselves with a suite for the night which we didn't ...
... to bridge Sunday River. This bridge was periodically repaired—1837 responsibility for repair of the bridge was left in the hands of the selectmen. 1852 the town voted to rebuild the Sunday River bridge and a superintending committee was chosen. In the late 1870’s , a new covered bridge was built over Sunday River on the Bethel-Newry road - a “hybrid” engineering design—Paddleford truss reinforced with a Burr arch truss. ...
Friday we took a long drive and went to Vermont and visited the capital at Montpeliar and decided there wasn't time left in the day to continue on to Lake Champlain. Will have to do that another trip and maybe from the Canadian side! Saturday was our final day here in New Hampshire and ALL the "leaf peepers" were out. Columbus ...
... to Brake for Moose It could save your life Thousands of colisions. Made driving at midnight kinda scarey! Our last stop for directions the person said to have the passenger watch the side of the road and driver the other side and road for moose cause they can be cranky! Phew, we made it and there was a person in the office to check us in. Long drive, Long day but really nice room. Got up late in the morning and got breakfast at lunch time at a local resturant ...
... It has 10 ski areas, loads of rivers, lakes and hundreds of spectacular hiking trails including the venerable Appalacian Trail.
At 6,288 feet, Mount Washington wouldn't be considered tall by western standards, but it does boast the "World's Worst Weather". Hurricane force winds ravage the top one out of every three days in the winter. Back in 1931 they recorded the fastest wind speed on earth- 231 mph, a record that still stands ...