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New hampshire is a typical new england state.
There’s enough history for several vacations.
Tons of outdoor adventure and recreationand plenty of mountains to climb.
Its license plates carry the state motto: live free or die.
New hampshireis a state in the new england region of the northeastern united states of america.
The state was named after the southern english county of hampshire.
It borders Massachusetts to the south, Vermont to the west, Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east, and the Canadian province of Quebec to the north.
New Hampshire was the first U.S. state to have its own state constitution, and is the only state with neither a general sales tax nor a personal income tax at either the state or local level.
New hampshire is part of the new england region.
It is bounded by Quebec, Canada to the north and northwest; Maine and the Atlantic Ocean to the east; Massachusetts to the south; and Vermont to the west.
New hampshire\'s major regions are- Great north woods, White mountains, Lakes region, seacoast, Merrimack valley, monadnock region, Dartmouth-lake sunapee area.
New hampshire has the shortest ocean coastline of any u.s. coastal state, with a length of 18 miles (29 km).
The Monadnock region is a great place to go apple picking.
For a drive on the back roads during leaf-peeping season.
Dartmouth Lake Sunapee has history and scenery for all.
The Sunapee Historic Society Museum sits on the shoreline of Lake Sunapee and features a steamboat exhibit.
Winter months - late-spring and late-summer and early-fall are the best months for visits.
New Hampshire has a well-maintained, well-signed network of Interstate highways, U.S. highways, and state highways.
State highway markers still depict the Old Man of the Mountain despite that rock formation\'s demise in 2003.
New Hampshire has 25 public-use airports, four of which have scheduled commercial passenger service. By far the busiest airport in the state is Manchester-Boston Regional Airport in the south, which serves the Greater Boston metropolitan area.
Long-distance intercity passenger rail service is provided by Amtrak\'s Vermonter and Downeaster lines.
Boston-centered MBTA Commuter Rail services reach only as far as northern Massachusetts.
The New Hampshire Rail Transit Authority is working to extend \"Capital Corridor\" service from Lowell, Massachusetts to Nashua, Concord, and Manchester, including Manchester-Boston Regional Airport; and \"Coastal Corridor\" service from Haverhill, Massachusetts to Plaistow, New Hampshire.
Freight railways in New Hampshire include Pan Am Railways, the New England Central Railroad, the St. Lawrence and Atlantic Railroad, and New Hampshire Northcoast Corporation.
All travellers are advised to take the usual precautions against theft ,robbery and assault.
Its not advisable to sleep in your car late at night at highways rest areas.
Don\'t be alarmed.
In summer, new hampshire is home to many county fairs.
In the spring, new hampshire\'s many sap houses hold sugaring-off open houses.
New hampshire vacation rentals can choose from more than 90 golf courses around the state including seaside or lakeside courses.