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johnnyrock

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NYC to N. New Hampshire Mon, 07/28/03 12:02 PM (permalink)
Hello. I'm going to be travelling from New York to Northern New Hampshire this weekend. Any good ideas for places to stop? I'd like to find some good seafood, though I never turn down a great burger or perhaps some fried clams?

Thanks!

John
 
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    Hiram Callahan

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    RE: NYC to N. New Hampshire Mon, 07/28/03 12:32 PM (permalink)
    Johnny--

    What's your route and destination? I recently went from NYC to Littleton and did much good roadfooding on the way, and would be happy to consult.
     
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      johnnyrock

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      RE: NYC to N. New Hampshire Mon, 07/28/03 12:43 PM (permalink)
      thanks Larry,

      Probably I-95 to I-91 to I-84, eventually Mass Pike to 495 and NH-16. The destination is in North Conway.

      Best,

      John
       
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        jpatweb

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        RE: NYC to N. New Hampshire Mon, 07/28/03 1:23 PM (permalink)
        Stop in Meriden, CT, just off I-91, for a steamed cheeseburger. Ted's is probably the most famous, justly so There are others in this region using the same unusual cooking style, and they can probably be tracked down on the Web.

         
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          Hiram Callahan

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          RE: NYC to N. New Hampshire Mon, 07/28/03 3:49 PM (permalink)
          quote:
          Originally posted by johnnyrock

          thanks Larry,

          Probably I-95 to I-91 to I-84, eventually Mass Pike to 495 and NH-16. The destination is in North Conway.

          Best,

          John


          John--

          Your trip sounds great. Unfortunately, I got onto 91 north of the Mass Pike, and so don't have much to contribute. One thing you might consider, though: skip 95 completely. Instead, head north out of the City by whatever means and pick up I-287 East. Take that to 684 North. Stay on that till it ends and feeds you into US 22. A few miles away in Brewster is the Red Rooster drive-in--listed on this site and in RF 3d ed. and Eat Your Way--home of excellent chili dogs, cheeseburgers with fried onions, onion rings and soft ice cream. First rate. After the meal, and perhaps a quick round of mini-golf, back down 22--the left turn is a challenge--to the junction with 84, which curves northeast from that point on its route to Boston.

          Let us know how the trip goes!

          Larry
           
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            johnnyrock

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            RE: NYC to N. New Hampshire Fri, 08/1/03 12:15 PM (permalink)
            Sorry I've been away. Leaving today. Thanks to all for your suggestions, I'll let you know how it goes!

            John
             
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