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Vacation splurge day

August 23rd, 2007 at 06:54 pm

Today was our next to last day of our trip and turned out to be the most expensive, but that's fine.

Even though our hotel includes breakfast, we went out to eat, something we almost never do when traveling. We had breakfast at Polly's Pancake Parlor in Sugar Hill, NH, a local landmark ($29.59). It was very tasty, definitely worth a trip if you are ever in the area.

DD and I rode the Alpine Slide at Attitash Mountain ($30). Had lunch at a nice little sandwich shop in N. Conway ($10.85) before riding the Conway Scenic Railway on a 1-3/4 hour roundtrip ride to Bartlett ($66.50). Ended with dinner in a not-so-great little place in Twin Mountain, NH ($29.76).

So $166.70 spent today (not counting gas as we drove about 150 miles).

One more day enjoying New Hampshire before heading back to the real world.

3 Responses to “Vacation splurge day”

  1. Ima saver Says:

    Sounds like you had a great time!

  2. debtfreeme Says:

    I went to graduate school in Brattleboro Vermont in 1998-99. I went to Keene NH and other places in that corner of the world often. I loved living there and would have stayed (cold winters and all) because it was so beautiful and the people were nice and I loved it. I could not find a job anywhere.

    I hope you enjoyed your trip!!

  3. disneysteve Says:

    We've had a great trip. This was our first visit to NH and we love it here. My wife has it all figured out. We'll retire with a summer home here, a winter home in Kissimmee, FL near Disney World and an RV to travel around.

    It really is a beautiful state. I hope all the folks who live here appreciate what they've got. When we hiked the Kinsman Ridge Trail atop Cannon Mountain a couple of days ago we thought we had died and gone to heaven. The view was absolutely incredible, easily one of the 2 or 3 most beautiful places I've ever been. I took lots of pictures but they really don't even begin to capture the reality of being there.

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