Thursday, December 23, 2010

The Holidays in Portsmouth, New Hampshire

Another slice of life in New Hampshire, brought to you by your Southern New Hampshire Realtor, Rudy Mayer. - Just 45 miles from Nashua, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a city of roughly 21,000 people, sits near the mouth of the Piscataqua River, a short, wide river that divides New Hampshire and Maine.

The region as whole is noted for its many restaurants, attractions and shopping opportunities.
Historic downtown Portsmouth boasts a quaint atmosphere of boutiques, unique restaurants and shops, people watching and entertainment, all against a backdrop of brick sidewalks, cobblestone streets and the beautiful waterfront.
The Portsmouth Holiday parade is a night time illuminated parade through Market Square, culminating with the arrival of the big man himself. Residents grab a cup of hot chocolate from a downtown cafe and get into the holiday spirit.
Strawbery Banke holds it's Annual Candlelight Stroll, a magical holiday tradition amidst historic houses from four centuries decorated in period regalia, horse drawn carriages, gingerbread houses, live music, 18th century hearth cooking and so much more....

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