portsmouth part 1.

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It continued to rain when we arrived in Portsmouth and drizzled well into the evening, which neither of us minded at all. It meant that I got to use my ridiculous umbrella. The only downside is that you'll now be subjected to looking at my unfortunate, matted hair. Sorry. 

We dropped off our luggage then set out to explore the area around our accommodations. After a dinner at The Wellington Room, we went to see The Woman in Black at The Seacoast Repertory Theatre. The theatre was attached to our B&B and the owner gave us free tickets. Normally, we wouldn't have considered seeing a play while on vacation but it was a nice, relaxing evening... even if the play was a little creepy. It seemed like all the audience members were friends and that everyone knew who the tourists were. What a sweet little place. - Mina


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14 comments

  1. Everything looks so cozy! (And, really, everything always looks cozy in the rain, for some reason.) Anyway, those gardens look spectacular! And the theater? That's usually how little community theaters work. Everyone is very close knit, and it is, well, a community. However, I hope that you enjoyed the experience. ... have a good weekend!

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  2. amazing pictures... it looks so cold there but in a good way :)

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  3. Gorgeous pics! I love following you during your beautiful lovely adventures!

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  4. These photos make me long for rainy days. I love exploring the city!

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  5. these pictures are beautiful - i especially love the first one. several years ago we saw woman in black in a very old theater in london... and yep, creepy.

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  6. this city looks so pretty. i love your shots and the colors and the bricks...

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  7. are you crazy? your hair looks AMAZING!

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  9. you captured one of my favorite and most often ventured to new england towns just beautifully!

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  10. I LOVE these shots! Rain is so romantic.

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  11. so lovely time and pictures like always!!!

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  12. I love your photos and you're adorable!!

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