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Go Boston Card
"Choose free entry to over 40 unique attractions and tours in Boston and its surrounds then let your Go Boston Card do the rest. You'll receive discounts and special offers on shopping dining and activities plus a 69-page guidebook to help you plan your Boston vacation. The Go Boston Card leaves you in control allowing you to have the best customized experience possible. The Go Boston Card is available for one two
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Burlington Brewery Tour
"Get to know Burlington’s thriving beer scene on these guided daytime and evening brew tours. Chat with brewery owners and learn about the equipment used to make beer the brewing process and best of all what the different kinds of beer taste like — up to 15 of them in fact. On these brew tours hop in the bus at your local Burlington hotel or accommodation and travel to four unique beer establishments. Learn about the different types of beer as well as the history and specialty of each brewery. Stops may include Vermont Pub and Brewery Magic Hat Brewing Fiddle Head Brewing
From $80.00
 
Salem Night Tour
"Welcome to the home of Salem's best nightly ""Haunt and History Tour!"" Join the adventure every night at 8pm as our licensed guides lead you through legends history and the infamous hysteria of 1692. This is a walking tour of historic downtown Salem that lasts about 75 minutes. The route goes at a comfortable pace rain or shine! The Salem Night Tour is largely attended so reservations are highly recommended.  Book your reservations today!If you have enjoyed our Tour of The Freedom Trail in Boston or our Night Tour in Plymouth MA
From $16.00

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Moonlight Meadery

Not far from Hudson, NH where our son is living we found a MEADERY! One of the oldest drinks in the world... this meadery has a small tasting room and tours which include free glasses. Their mead can...
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Bear Bells

We were told there are (black) bears in the White Mountains. To our disappointment we didn't see one. Not that I'd want to get too close to one!Anyway, the balcony of our rental apartment had a nice...
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state symbols

the state bird is the Purple Finch.the state animal is the White Tail Deer.the state flower is the Purple Lilac.state nickname is "Granite State" in reference to the fine granite quarries and to the...
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Always a dog around the lake

My sons have loved Lake Winnepesaukee since the first moment they saw it...and the first time one of them fell off the dock. So many great sunny days spent with good friends. The Lake is just that...
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Tipping

Tipping is more or less compulsory. In restaurants, waiters expect around 10% to 20%, as do taxi drivers, while porters and bellboys anticipate around 1 or 2 USD per piece of luggage. You are not...
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Parking pass

If you are driving the White Mountain Trail and want to park somewhere for hiking, you need to buy a parking pass. Passes for more than one day can be bought at the visitors center. Day passes are...
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Whirlygigs, birdhouses, and Cape Cod swing

You can find these roadside businesses scattered throughout New England, but moreso in New Hampshire and Cape Cod. If you are lucky you will find a man who makes the whimsical art from scratch and...
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Old Home Days

New Hampshire towns celebrate "Old Home Day", usually during the Summer. It's a homegrown celebration of "the town", but it's origins are somewhat more stark.At the turn of the twentieth century, most...
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You in a Subaru

The hottest car you can have in New Hampshire is a Subaru.This makes sense, actually. Pragmatic New Englanders driving a versatile, economical vehicle that's good in the snow - now, throw on a ski...
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Celebrations & Events in New Hampshire

The people of New Hampshire are fun-loving individuals who love to celebrate their culture, religion, politics, and holidays.Although I did not see this, I heard about it from other tourists who had...
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Politics is Important in New Hampshire

"We're so passionate about our primary. We believe we're one of the last places where, without spending a fortune, you can establish yourself as a viable candidate for President of the United States."...
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Vanity Plates

Did You know that New Hampshire has a greater percentage of Vanity plates than any other state in the US?Reason.. they are really inexpensive here! It does seem that most everyone has one! It's fun to...
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The Old Man in the Mountain

He's gone now, his face forever erased from the mountain in May, 2003! And all of New Hampshire was stunned and devestated. It was so common for people to go up north just to say 'hi' to him. He's...
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The Old Man in the Mountain

He's gone now, his face forever erased from the mountain in May, 2003! And all of New Hampshire was stunned and devestated. It was so common for people to go up north just to say 'hi' to him. He's...
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Popular Cities in New Hampshire

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North Conway

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Portsmouth

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Nashua

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Top Hotels in New Hampshire

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505 Us Route 1 Bypass, at Portsmouth Traffic Circle, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, 3801, United States
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3351 White Mountain Highway, North Conway, New Hampshire, 03570, United States
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101 South Commercial Street, Manchester, New Hampshire, 03101, United States
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407 Amherst Street, Nashua, New Hampshire, 03063, United States
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91 Hall Street, Concord, New Hampshire, 03301, United States
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US Route 3, Lincoln, New Hampshire, 03262, United States
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Top Things to Do in New Hampshire

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John Paul Jones House

The John Paul Jones House was named after Jones a celebrated Revolutionary naval hero who spent time in Portsmouth in 1777 and again in 1781-82. He is believed to have rented a room in this house...
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Canobie Lake Park

Canobie Lake Park is one of the "must do" treats kids in the southern New Hampshire/northern Massachusetts area have to enjoy. The park has rides and games for young (and old) as well as events like...
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Top 5 New Hampshire Writers

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Pawtuxet

"NEW HAMPSHIRE ~~ a few highlights"
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deecat

"My Favorite State in the Eastern United States"
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german_eagle

"New England's Alter Ego"
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richiecdisc

"Getting the whole point of New Hampshire"
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diver-x

"diver-x's New Hampshire Page"
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