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There seems to be a new spin on eco-tourism, and they're calling it "geotourism"; National Geographic says that geotourism looks like this:
Tourism that sustains or enhances the geographical character of a place--its environment, culture, aesthetics, heritage, and the well-being of its residents.
Riding on the geotourism wave, the Rosewood Country Inn is offering a couple of geotourism packages. The Rosewood is an 11-room inn built in 1850, found in a quaint and historic rural area, so we're talking maximum charm.
The first of their new geotourism packages is called "Beat the Heat", and at $148 per person (based on a double, two nights) you get tickets for the Kearsarge Indian Museum, the Mt Sunapee State Park Beach and the John Hay Estate. Try the New Hampshire Countryside Estate geotourism package and you'll get to visit a winery and have a guided tour of the stone and covered bridges of the area. So that's what geotourism means, apparently.
· Hotels in New Hampshire [HotelChatter]
· Travel Stories in New Hampshire [Jaunted]
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Today we got this photo of the Kentville Hotel in New Hampshire, a quaint little place on Hampton Beach. Originally a family home in 1917, the place was turned into a 40-room hotel/motel in 1986 where it has continued to please crunchy New Englanders ever since.
We kid, we kid. If you're thinking about staying here, you better go soon because we can't imagine hitting up New Hampshire for the winter. Although, at a rate of $79 for an ocean view we may consider it.
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