Green and mountainous, with good skiing and other outdoorsy pursuits, especially on and around lakes like Winnipesaukee; there's even a sliver of seashore. Cities include Concord, Nashua, Manchester, and Portsmouth.
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  • Looking for an interesting base from which to explore the Connecticut River Valley?  Try the Common Man Inn in Claremont. New Hampshire.  Charm, warmth and efficiency in a great location, for business or pleasure.

    Common Man Inn, Claremont, New Hampshire: Comfort with a Cosmopolitan Feel
    Charm, Warmth and Efficiency in a Great Location for Business or Pleasure A late-afternoon business meeting on a snowy winter a...
  • Good picks Janice. Made me hungry.
  • Three New Hampshire diners worth a drive.
    Three New Hampshire Diners Worth a Drive
    Point Your G PS at Lincoln, Plymouth and Hanover in NH’s White Mountains Living in the beautiful Western White Mountains , we get a lot o...
  • A classic bistro raises the dining game in a charming college town: Six Burner Bistro, Plymouth, NH
    The Bistro Next Door: Six Burner Bistro in Plymouth, New Hampshire
    Imaginative Food, Great People, Enjoyable Experience Tucked into an old house on South Main Street in Plymouth, NH , is Six Burner Bist...
  • Closing out the summer with wine flights at Lago Restaurant, Meredith, New Hampshire.
    Review: Wine Flights at Lago Restaurant, Meredith, New Hampshire
    Nice Wine Pairings and Great Evening; Slightly Rocky Service Last year, we closed out August by participating in a wine tasting at our fav...
  • Too hot? Escape to Migis Lodge on Sebago Lake

    http://www.boston.com/travel/blog/2010/07/too_hot_escape.html
  • On May 5, Portsmouth -- a National Trust for Historic Preservation "Distinctive Destination" -- welcomes the NH Governor's Conference on Tourism to town. In addition to a great program, many of the historic houses such as the Portsmouth Historical Society's John Paul Jones House are opening specially for attendees. And the NH Dept of Cultural Resources Roundtable takes place at the Discover Portsmouth Center on Friday, May 7 1-3 pm.
  • Through June 7, the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester, NH, is showcasing its collection of watercolors from American artists: "From Homer to Hopper: American Watercolor Masterworks from the Currier Museum of Art."
    This is a wonderful small museum that recently underwent a major renovation. It has an unexpectedly nice collection, and it also offers tours of the Zimmerman House, one of two Frank Lloyd Wright houses in Manchester. The houses are from Mr. Wright's Usonian period, which were designed for average people. (The other house is privately owned.) If you go, try Cotton down in the Millyard for lunch.

    Manchester is undergoing a bit of a renaissance, with new loft-type residences going into the old brick mill buildings on the river and a very lively restaurant and arts scene. There is also a very good minor league baseball team, and a new Hilton Garden Inn that overlooks the new ballpark so you can watch the games from a picture window in your room. Good business hotel as well.
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Mt. Washington Cog Railway cited in 'In the USA this Fall, Combine Foliage with Adventure'

Dan and Mary Stroudt oooh and aaah at the multicolored scenery below the hot air balloon in which they’re riding. The journey is very different for Mark and Marylee Sutherland as they help to paddle a rubber raft along a stretch of whitewater in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina. Betsy Goodman and Tom Cross are traveling at a slower pace, strolling across a glass-bottom observation deck. These disparate experiences may seem to have little in common, but they do. They provide…

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Hampton Beach cited as one of '5 of the USA's Best Surfing Spots Outside Hawaii/California/Florida'

When it comes to surfing, Hawaii and California are of course the most famous states in the USA (and for places in the latter, like Huntington Beach, Laguna Beach, Malibu, Newport Beach, and Venice Beach, fly into Los Angeles International Airport and can an amazing deal at NÜ Car Rentals). But 21 other states also border oceans, with varyiing qualities of surfing in many. Here are five of the best, should your travels take you there (with at least three in driving distance of another NÜ…

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The Granite State is classic New England

  Today another initial milestone in the USA‘s presidential primary season shines the spotlight on one of this country’s smallest and oldest states – and one that’s a little off the beaten track for overseas visitors, but rich in nature (and fall foliage), history, and awesome options for adventure and sport (especially skiing and snowboarding). Just north of Massachusetts (its southern border is less than 90 minutes from Iberia gateway Boston), the Granite State – a nickname that refers to…

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Bethlehem's Adair Country Inn & the Story Behind It

New Hampshire is synonymous with classic country inns, each reflecting their distinct personalities shaped by topography, property history, and innkeepers. Adair Country Inn & Restaurant, situated within the borders of White Mountain National Park in Bethlehem, is a perfect example surrounded by its very own 200-plus acres of meadow and forest land interlaced with a network of old carriage roads and hiking trails. read post

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