Portsmouth, New Hampshire, USA
Centro de Portsmouth, cidade do estado de New Hampshire
Best of Hampton, NH
Welcome to Hampton, NH
Business' Featured in this video:
Established in 2012 and named after the late Kay Tinios, Kay’s Cafe offers a warm and inviting atmosphere perfect for your morning coffee or to catch up with friends and family. Guest Wi-Fi and a relaxed setting provide the perfect backdrop for your next business meeting. In addition to your cafe favorites, Kay’s offers a breakfast menu as well as a wide variety of cakes, pastries, and desserts. An eclectic mix of unique gifts, cards, and books, makes Kay’s the perfect One-stop shop for gift-giving and celebrations of all kinds.
The Juice Box has opened with a dedication of bringing health and wellness to you in the form of fresh, homemade juices, smoothies, wraps, coffee, and tea.
Nearly a century ago, an Apple Train ran its weekly route from the heart of Boston to the rolling orchards of Applecrest Farm. People mostly drive here now, but the farm remains as New Hampshire's oldest and largest apple orchard. It's the oldest continuously-operated in America. Four generations of the Wagner family have worked this land, dedicated to their simple mission of sustainably growing the finest fruit and vegetables available.
Visit Applecrest today and discover a bounty of grown-on-the-farm delights, including over 40 varieties of apples, peaches, berries, sweet corn, pumpkins and an array of summer vegetables. Beneath the timbers of a 200 year-old barn, find jugs of our all-natural apple cider, made-from-scratch confectioneries (including our famous hot cider donuts) and an array of other locally produced farm goods.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies, since 1957 – The first Chocolate Shop on the internet where you can create your very own assortment of your favorite chocolate selections.
Sanborn’s Fine Candies Voted “Seacoast’s Best Candy Shop” was awarded as having the best Dark Chocolate in the State of NH.
Built in 1740, this family-run restaurant provides the highest quality food that is sure to satisfy any palate. Fresh seafood is our specialty, including boiled lobster, an incredible New England clambake, and the catch of the day from nearby fishermen. Don't forget to try our award-winning clam chowder!
For the land lovers, we offer a wide variety of mouth-watering USDA choice steaks, cooked just the way you like, along with some great chicken dishes. Our pasta selections include delicious Italian cuisine served with salad, garlic bread and of course, your favorite wine. We happily consider the special needs of our guests, including vegetarian and food allergy accomodations. We offer an extensive gluten-free menu and smoke-free dining rooms.
Our nautical tavern is the perfect spot for gathering with family or friends. Catch up on the latest sporting events on our high-definition TV's, savor our domestic and imported draft beers, or just kick back and relax with some casual late-night dining.
At the Community Oven we're passionate about supporting children's programs, local charities, and products created right here in our local region. The “Community” Oven isn't just a name - its part of our mission to be actively involved in the Seacoast community and support local business.
For more than two decades, our mission at Smuttynose has remained simple: to brew the best beer we can in a way we can be proud of. That includes honoring New England’s rich history of beermaking, respecting our environment and playing an active role in our community.
We value creativity and quality, authenticity and sustainability, but at the end of the day, it really boils down to making great beers to be enjoyed with family and friends. We hope you love drinking our beers as much as we love brewing them. Cheers!
Shot & Edited By: Miles C. Woodworth
Music By: bcap
Aerial video footage of the State of New Hampshire, US. Part of the Skyworks HD aerials collection at This aerial video footage of New Hampshire shows the beautiful Fall colours as well as scenery of towns and countryside and major landmarks
New Hampshire Coast Drive
Above & Beyond - Sun in Your Eyes
Seaside Mansions on the Atlantic Ocean - North Hampton and Rye New Hampshire - Seacoast Nation NH
All of the mansions you see in this video sit on Route 1A in Rye and North Hampton, New Hampshire. They have perfect views of the Atlantic Ocean.
Pretty nice, eh? Well, a few of them are for sale, so drop me a line if you're interested in a closer look!
Be sure to watch near the end of the video for a really cool pumpkin display at one of the immaculate homes.
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Hanley Swan Village Pond, Hanley Swan, Worcestershire, England 20th September 2009 Part 1 of 2
Video of the village pond at Hanley Swan, near Malvern, Worcestershire, England Filmed on Sunday, 20th September 2009.
Video 1 of 2
The pond is situated near the junction of Malvern Road, Welland Road, Coverfield & Roberts End.
Grid Reference: SO8142
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Hanley Swan Pond Restoration:
A focal point of Hanley Swan is the village pond and green. Before the Hanley Castle Enclosure Act of 1797, there used to be a pound behind the pond where stray cows and sheep would be held. Over the years the state of the pond has been a regular cause of local concern. In 1900 it was in such a polluted state that the parish council wrote to the owners of St Gabriel's Terrace (a row of cottages across the road from the pond) asking them to disconnect the overflow from their cesspits from running into the Swan Pool. In 1911 a local man, Edward Roberts, was paid £22 to clean the pond, but by 1919 it was again in a dilapidated state.
For a short period it did support a pair of swans, but it is more suitable for ducks, geese and moorhens. The last major restoration took place in 1990, when local builder Brian Robinson introduced a water feed pipe running from nearby Coverdale Farm. He also added the willow tree with duck landing stage and nesting box in the middle of the pond and installed memorial benches around it.
The quantity of bird life on the pond has fluctuated over the years, but has never been as high as in the summer of 2006, when over 100 ducks and half a dozen geese were to be found in or around it. This caused serious problems of pollution and erosion, since vegetation had little chance to get established before being eaten. To make matters worse, many visitors cannot resist feeding the ducks, mainly with bread much of which falls to the bottom of the pond and rots, making the water slimy and unable to sustain plants, such as water lilies which used to cover the surface.
Under the guidance of Worcestershire County Council's countryside service, volunteers have been making willow revetments to stabilise the banks. The geese have been removed and the number of ducks reduced so that in time it is hoped the pond will recover its former picturesque appearance.
Exploring Maine - Winter Surfing After Snowzilla
P-L and Patrick went surfing the day after Snowzilla hit the American East Coast in January 2016.
Snowzilla brought it's load of big waves and left with sunny days.
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Music by: Sons of the East - Head for Home
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Canon 5D III
Lakes Region of New Hampshire - Fun for Everyone
Driving Through Concord State Hospital
Driving thru the historic Concord Asylum.