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Isles of Shoals Lighthouses & Portsmouth Harbor Cruise

August 7

***Canceled Due to lack of Interest***
 GoodLife and Best of Times Travel
Wednesday, August 7 (Exact departure and return times will be announced closer to trip date)
$169, Includes: Transportation, Luncheon at the Portsmouth Gas Light, Isle of Shoals Harbor Cruise, & Local Touring with Best of Times Travel Guide. There are no refunds for cancellations received after 07/3/24. Best of Times Travel reserves the right to issue any refunds, in whole or part, in the form of a Future Travel Credit.

Registration Link: https://tri.ps/1fYe8
GoodLife Programs & Activities, Katelyn Patterson-Gagnon, (603)228-6630

Meal: Chicken Cordon Bleu, Baked Haddock, or Grilled Boneless Pork Chop, House Salad, Homemade Roll, Roasted Red Potatoes, Seasonal Vegetable, Dessert, Coffee/Tea
Pickup/Drop off Location: GoodLife Programs & Activities, 254 N State St, Unit L, Concord, NH

The Harbor Cruise – Join us aboard the Victorian style M/V Thomas Laighton and experience the fascinating legends of our legendary New Hampshire & Maine Seacoast. Little known but historically crucial, the legendary Isles of Shoals, located 9 miles off our coast, are an intriguing archipelago of 9 islands steeped with history. As we glide through Portsmouth Harbor, we will see a unique working port with tugboats, tankers, the nation’s oldest and active naval yard, the closed castle-like prison- “the Alcatraz of the East”, our quaint Olde Port waterfront, a famous Grand Resort Hotel, 5 Historic Forts and 3 Lighthouses proudly guiding mariners safely through our waters. Our own Isle of Shoals historian will guide us through these same waters for the duration of the trip.

A Great Meal at the Portsmouth Gas Light Company with a little history to boot!!
Welcome to The Grill at the Gas Light. Built in 1837, this building is the former home of the city’s first utility, the Portsmouth Gas Light Co. Over the last 170 years, it has stood the test of time-including Portsmouth’s “Great Fires.” If you look closely on the eastern wall, you can still see original brick charred by the fires. Today the restaurant is appointed with rich textures of wood, brick and copper paying homage to the Gas Light Company’s role in Portsmouth’s storied history. In fact, every week they burn more than a cord of aromatic wood in the brick oven kitchen to prepare their unique wood-fired bistro cuisine. We hope you’ll feel as at home at the Gas Light as we do.Once your lunch is completed take some time to browse the shops and sights within walking distance of the restaurant.


August 7
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