Canary Wireless Hotspotter: This one’s for the guy who can’t live without his wireless connection. It’s a bit geeky, but he’ll love it when he’s in a small town in Greece and having trouble finding a Wi-Fi signal. With a single click of a button, the Hotspotter will find up to 20 Wi-Fi networks and give you their signal strengths and everything else you need to know to get connected. We learned about this gadget from a tech geek we know. The only thing he doesn’t like about it is that everyone he meets on his travels bugs him to find Wi-Fi connections for them.
Lingo Voyager: When you’re traveling, two things you don’t want to do are limit your travels to places where you can find someone who speaks English, and carry a fat stack of foreign language books with you. The Lingo Voyager Translator speaks 14 different languages. Just type in your phrase in English and let it do your talking for you. Not only will it save him a lot of hassles on his travels, this cool gadget is also a great conversation starter!
Another ideal gift basket creation involves the man who likes to cook on the grill. Select a huge manly basket and include a spatula, giant fork, grill brush, his favorite barbecue sauce, lighter fluid, matches, and hickory smoking chips. If you have a few extra pennies, I suggest that you include a gift card or coupon to your nearest butcher shop. That way he can fire up the grill and get to work right away.
OK, we have a good time and my lady is wiped out! We walked a lot in the heat! Off we go to travel home. This time we ride the way we prefer, slow and easy. We take just about the same route that i took the day before with my brother, but in Warren we take yet another path out. We stayed on route 25 all the way to Haverhill to route 10. We travel up 10 to Woodsville and merge with route 302. We take that back to Littleton and then onto route 135! Yes the same route 135 we traveled yesterday in the Southern part of the state! This takes us to Dalton, Nh. We then cross the river to VT. And continue through Gilman to Lunenburg and home.
The Lobby is very inviting, with a couple of couches and tables filled with flowers. Not too big or too small, and well maintained. A rack full of touristy brochures is placed off the far side of the check-in desk, so as not to detract from the homey feeling of the lobby.