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When In New Hampshire Do This…

Posted on May 31st, 2014 by Bryanna Davis

new hampshireAs one of the five states without sales tax, New Hampshire is a great example of “What you see is what you get,” but don’t worry, this state has much more to offer than a lower cost of living. The Granite State is known for its purple snow-capped mountains, beautiful lakes and rich history dating back to the 1880’s, offering the perfect location for a weekend getaway or a study abroad adventure.

During your stay, be sure to visit the tallest summit in the northeast, Mt. Washington.  Historically known as the “Home of the Great Spirit,” hiking or taking a car to the top is practical, but taking the world’s first mountain-climbing cog railway is much more fun.

For a first-hand look into New Hampshire’s rich history, Canterbury Shaker Village offers a look into America in the 19th century.  Tours outline the religious sect of the Shakers, their traditions, inventions and even food and drink preferences.

No trip is complete without a taste of the local cuisine, right? Spring is a perfect time to pick ripe strawberries and fall brings juicy apples, blueberries and fresh raspberries.  Instead of heading to the local grocery store, try a local fruit stand out for size, or better yet, pick your own fruit right off of the branch at a local farm.

Between scenic mountains, delicious home-style cooking and the record for the world’s largest meatball (weighing in at 222 lbs), New Hampshire has something to interest every international student.

Learn more about studying in New Hampshire!

Written by Bryanna Davis

Bryanna joined EIC in 2011 after returning to the United States from teaching English in China. Her interest in international education, sparked initially by her own study abroad experience in Wales, led her to the company. Bryanna is originally from Missouri and is a graduate from the University of Central Missouri.

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