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Nevis Full-Day Island Tour from St Kitts
"Your expedition around the Nevis Island begins when you leave the ferry at St. Kitts. Your professional tour guide will meet you for your 45-minute inter-island ferry tour around Nevis.Your guide will introduce you to the Old Bath House most famous for its thermal bath spring. Next you will visit historic attractions and museums such as the Museum of Nevis to explore the history of Nevis and the life of Alexander Hamilton who was born in Nevis. You’ll also see St. John’s Anglican Church built in 1830 where Lord Nelson and Fanny Nisbet were married. Explore more of the history of Nevis as you discover the sites of old plantations which are now resorts. Nevis features a 3
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Queen City Nevis Island Tour
"A tour of Nevis is a must. In the 1700's it became known as the ""Queen of the Caribees"". Your visitation will include the following: The ""Thermal Springs"" became famous for its medicinal treatments. A 10-minute visit one will experience the warmth of the oldest structure in the Caribbean you will be allowed to see the Carriage and Great Houses furniture artifacts dining wares and the restored chattel houses. Another historical site is the Golden Rock Hotel which was opened in 1950. It was built on the site of an old windmill which presently accommodates a honeymoon suite and cottages. As the tour continues we dri""
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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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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in New Hampshire

A TRUE country fair

I've heard wonderful things about the DEERFIELD FAIR. A friend who has horses and a big farm in RI says they never miss the annual Deerfield fair. We drove around the fair grounds and were amazed at...
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Pawtuxet
Aug 07, 2011

Follow the GREEN SIGNS to Strawberry Banke

Along the coast of New Hampshire, about 50 miles north of Boston, is Portsmouth, New Hampshire. A long history of maritime trade and Naval history can be told through the architecture of this 40...
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Pawtuxet
Aug 06, 2011

The Smaller Beaches in New Hampshire

Sure everyone knows those big beaches in New Hampshire - Hampton!! But go a little furher North on that Route 1A and you will find some much nicer, less crowed and more real "New England" beaches....
ElaineCatherine
Apr 04, 2011

Take the Ferry to Star Island

Gather the family, pack a picnic and take the Star Island Steamship company Ferry from Portsmouth Harbor out to the Isles of Shoals. You'll cruise around historic Portsmouth Harbor and out past many...
ElaineCatherine
Apr 04, 2011

Take the Ferry to see Lighthouses

The Star Island Steamship Company takes a very scenic route out to the Isles of Shoals. But if you dont feel like making a whole day of it, you can take a much shorter trip and see wonderful things....
ElaineCatherine
Apr 04, 2011

And here is Bertha's shop !

WANTED TO GIVE YOU A CUTE STORY ABOUT ONE OF THE BLDG. MUSEUMS AT STRAWBERRY BANKE..... Bertha was a busy body...as they used to say... and so her husband built a 2nd floor bay on the front of the...
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Aug 23, 2007
 
 
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Fun by the river

Just passing through or visiting the area, North Woodstock is a great New England town to visit. besides the neat little shops and restaurants, the pemmigewasset river flows through town. Right in the...
OutdoorSam
Jan 04, 2007

Step Back in Time

We took a day trip that included Bath, New Hampshire; Woodstock, Plymouth, and Weston, Vermont, and a stop at Dartmouth College at Hanover, New Hampshire on our return to Bretton Woods. Bath has a...
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CraigT
Oct 15, 2006

Take the tour of Strawbery Banke

We'll definately revisit this great neighborhood of Portsmouth. The museum is a collection of homes from the 1600's and 1700's, but the creators of the exhibits decided to show us a bit of the...
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Pawtuxet
Sep 24, 2006

Old, Old Routes

I recommend driving only SHORT PORTIONS of these roads, and marveling at the rest of the route on the map.There are at least four old turnpike routes which are two centuries old. All run remarkably...
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Villageidiot
Apr 09, 2005

Historical Markers

NH is dotted with historical markers, and we made our children stop and look at many of them and then endure discussion with Dad afterwards. Torment your children,...
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Villageidiot
Apr 05, 2005

Reindeer farm

I visited this place a long time ago and can't remember exactly where it is, but its somewhere near Haverill, Massachusetts and close to or maybe even over the New Hampsire border. Its a little out of...
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goingsolo
Sep 26, 2004

MADISON GULF TRAIL

Madison Gulf is a side cirque off the northern walls of the Great Gulf, separating the peaks of Mt Adams from Mt Monroe. Parapet Brook tumbles down alongside the trail. This trail ascends from the Mt...
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mtncorg
Feb 17, 2004

MT MADISON

This is the last Presidential peak in the range. At 5367 feet, slopes drop away over 4000 feet to the north and the east. In the pass between Mt Madison and Mt Adams - the Presidential neighbor to the...
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mtncorg
Feb 17, 2004

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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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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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"diver-x's New Hampshire Page"
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