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New Hampshire Best Bargains 2011

New Hampshire Best Bargains 2011
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by in May 2011

THE LONG VIEW
Cannon Mountain Aerial Tramway,
Lincoln
It takes only 10 minutes and 13 bucks to climb aboard the 80-passenger car and reach the 4,080-foot summit, where–if the weather holds–you can see four states and into southeastern Canada. 603-823-8800; cannonmt.com

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Used Book Superstore,
Salem & Nashua
Summer readers, rejoice! Paperbacks are only $1.99 and hardcovers $2.99 at this large emporium. That includes recent titles, not to mention a wide selection of DVDs for just $4. 419 South Broadway, Salem, 603-952-4861; 293 Daniel Webster Highway, Nashua, 603-204-5550; usedbooksuperstore.com

JUST LIKE MOM’S
Bradford Junction Restaurant & Bakery,
Bradford
Housed in a former train depot, this down-home eatery is a popular landing spot for locals, who feast on just-like-mom-made pot roast, chicken pot pies, and other comfort foods. Even better are the prices. A family of four can easily enjoy breakfast or lunch for under $25. Entrées: from $3.95. 2370 Route 114. 603-938-2424

“C” IS FOR COOKIE
Crosby Bakery,
Nashua
A true local favorite–and for good reason. Hermits run just $4 a dozen; a half-pint of homemade gorton (a.k.a. creton, a French Canadian version of pâté) is $3.75; and a homemade decorated chocolate birthday cake costs $15. 51 East Pearl St. 603-882-1851

ARCHITECTURAL ARTIFACTS
Admac Salvage,
Littleton
You don’t have to be renovating a Victorian mansion to find something to obsess about here, where the inventory extends from brass doorknobs ($20 and up) to claw-footed bathtubs (from $250). Tannery Marketplace, 111 Saranac St. 603-444-1200; admacsalvage.com

Please Note: This information was accurate at the time of publication. When planning a trip, please confirm details by directly contacting any company or establishment you intend to visit.

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