Expert Travel Advice to New Hampshire

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  • Anonymous user answered:
    I believe Brickyard has since been renamed Ski Ward, offering nine groomed trails, four lifts, a mogul field , quarter-pipe, and small terrain park. It's located in Shrewsbury, MA, about 40 miles west of Boston. More info on the hill at: http://www.skiward.com/
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    is their a aquirium?
    Anonymous user answered:
    There is no one aquarium, but there are lots of attractions like zoos that offer smaller aquarium sites. There is a science center that is similar to an aquarium that offers info and knowledge on sea creatures. http://bit.ly/bFoNvO
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Check out the seasonal deals at Waterville Valley, which offers lodging/ski packages at very affordable rates. Lots to do here besides skiing, including snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, sleigh ride, and ice-skating. Waterville Valley also has excellent ski school and child-care programs: http://www.visitwatervillevalley.com/seasonal-packages/ A bit more upscale, but the Balsams at Dixville Notch has its own ski hill, plus other winter activities like snowshoeing, cross-country, and skating. The resort's Grand Adventure Winter Plan combines lodging with unlimited skiing and other equipment rentals starting at $149 mid-week or $169 weekends per person. Not a bad deal, plus you get breakfast and dinner with this. Info at: http://www.thebalsams.com/packages_and_specials/winter
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    Anonymous user answered:
    Yes, Weirs Beach, NH has a big waterslide that your family can cool off in during the hot summer days! The link below will give you more information. http://bit.ly/b05XSw

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