wolfeboro-inn

The Wolfeboro Inn

On Lake Winnispesaukee

●   43 Individually decorated guest rooms  ●   Private sandy beach with rowboats  ●   Walk to shops and tennis  ●   1812 Tavern & Dining Room on premises  ●    Nearby major NH attraction  ●   Conference and function facilities available 

The Wolfeboro Inn is located at 90 North Main Street, Wolfeboro, NH 03894.  Visit http://www.wolfeboroinn.com

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Brookton

Brookton

Brookton is the center of a rich mixed farming district, and today is notable for its colorful displays of gardens, trees and shrubs, including roadside nature strips of native wildflowers which are carefully tended by residents. The Old Railway Station has been refurbished as a craft shop and tourism information center. The Old Police Station now houses an unusual Police Force Museum. The Brookton Pioneer Heritage Trails offers two drives, 120km east and 8km west, with opportunities for picnicking. Brookton’s Old Time Motor Show in March each second (even-numbered) year attracts scores of classic cars, motorcycles, tractors and machines. Photo courtesy: brookton Brookton is the center of a rich mixed farming district, and today is notable for its colorful displays of gardens, trees and shrubs, including roadside nature strips of native wildflowers which are carefully tended by residents. The Old Railway Station has been refurbished as a craft shop and tourism information center. The Old Police Station now houses an unusual Police Force Museum. The Brookton Pioneer Heritage Trails offers two drives, 120km east and 8km west, with opportunities for picnicking. Brookton’s Old Time Motor Show in March each second (even-numbered) year attracts scores of classic cars, motorcycles, tractors and machines.

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North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountain

North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountain

Take a journey over mountains, lakes, and time.

Experience the beauty and wilderness of North Carolina’s Blue ridge Mountains from small villages like Linville Falls, old Fort, and Little Switzerland.

Miles of hiking trails lead you through emerald forests with spectacular waterfalls, along deep, rugged gorges, and in the steps of the Catawba and the Cherokee who once roamed these romantic hills.  1-800-237-6111 McDowell country, NC.

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Reef Hotel

Reef Hotel

For a truly unforgettable vacation… on the beach, singles, doubles, efficiencies, two room apartments… it’s your choice.  The Reef is centrally located, making visiting all the popular attractions easy.  The beautiful, clean and up to date rooms awaits your visit.  Enjoy your stay there with cable TV, telephones, laundry, pool, restaurant, lounge, handicapped, Jacuzzi, shuffleboard, no smoking rooms, fax, ice machine, refrigerators, fishing, beachfront.  It is situated at 936 South Atlantic Avenue, Daytona Beach, FL 32118   800-874-0136  or  800-624-3673   904-252-2581.

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Erie Canal

Erie Canal

As you travel through the Central-Leatherstocking Region you find yourself travelling beside—or maybe even on—the Erie Canal, the impossible engineering project that united the waters of the Atlantic Ocean with the Great Lakes.  This is sports Hall of Fame country;  Cooperstown is a synonymous with baseball, Oneonta’s Soccer Hall of Fame pays homage to the sport’s growing popularity in the U.S., and Canastota continues its tributes to pugilists in the international Boxing Hall of Fame.

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George Town is about 50km N Launceston at the mouth of the Tamar River. First settled in 1811, has historic buildings, maritime museum lighthouse. Important commercial center and extensive fruit-growing area. Strawberries farm at Hillwood, south of the town, where visitors can pick their own fruit in season. Ruins of Lefroy, a 19th century gold-mining town nearby.

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Cooktown is situated 158km north of Cairins. This historic town, on the banks of the Endeavour River, served as a port for the nearby goldfields in the 1870s. Rare and abundant native flora flourish in the area and Endeavor National Park nearby has excellent examples of Aboriginal rock art. Accessible by road.

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