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You really must take a little time to ride up the historic incline and take in the views from Mt Washington! It was raining the day we had free but that didn’t stop us from going. Still got some pretty pictures in the rain.
Whenever we had visitors from out of state we always took them to see the City from atop Mt. Washington. There are great restaurants on Shiloh Street like J & Js (a local favorite for breakfast or lunch) and Shiloh Street Grill. Walk Shiloh Street...More
Definitely worth a trip up to see this view of the city. We did a google maps search and at first it took us up to the top of the mountain, which was just a residential area. We refined the search and made it over...More
As everyone says and affirms, this is indeed one of the best views perhaps of any city and rivers of any kind of place that I have ever been to. The funiculars have been here for over 100 years and are an interesting ride up....More
We had a few hours to kill before our flight so we took a drive to Mount Washington. The lady at our hotel, Homewood Suites (by Robinson Mall), said that it was worth seeing, even more so at night. Well we had a pretty clear...More
Response from Christine F | Reviewed this property |
Yes, if you are looking at getting some walking in but not too much it makes sense to drive. Although the price of the Incline was VERY resonanable (under $4.00 round trip). Most hotels offer transportation and the T is free... More
Yes, if you are looking at getting some walking in but not too much it makes sense to drive. Although the price of the Incline was VERY resonanable (under $4.00 round trip). Most hotels offer transportation and the T is free before you cross the water. I’d consider not driving. I enjoyed the freedom of not having a car.