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Tag Archives: Portsmouth New Hampshire
And on our road trip we had plenty of it! So much so that DH and I both agreed we can hold off from eating any more of it for awhile. Have a nice weekend….with or without lobster 😉
Many of the old homes and buildings in the area had been re-purposed into businesses but even with modern window air conditioning units hanging from old windows, the trash bins out front and all of the signs stating legal and … Continue reading
This little fine crafts gallery was situated in a very interesting spot. Bigger buildings were on either side and behind it but check out the two spiral staircases; one in front and one behind. I wonder in what year/s they … Continue reading
The architecture and stores were quite interesting in Portsmouth. You’d never know in what walkway, between buildings or in the back of buildings a shop or restaurant would appear. Love the name of the one shop.
In serious need of paint and repairs… or not.
Had we not just eaten we would’ve stopped here for lunch. It was strange finding this here. It looked as if modern times grew around it leaving it here on it’s own little space sort of like the guys house … Continue reading
Wednesday is service industry night. Thursday is reggae night. Friday and Saturday are best curated dj sets on the seacoast night and, well, you know what Sunday night is at The Red Door Portsmouth. I had to ask some younger … Continue reading
We only had a day in Portsmouth before having to move on so our wanderings were limited to the area near the waterfront where we were staying. But even in that bit of area there was much to take in. … Continue reading