I am going to start today’s post with a small travel trivia fact for everyone. New Hampshire has only 18 miles of coastline. This small stretch of shore is where I spent my 4th of July vacation this year. Along this rocky seacoast region lays sandy beaches, state parks, marinas, and historic landmarks. Starting at the southern tip bordering Massachusetts you’ll find public beaches, boardwalk inns, and seashore shop lined streets. If you move toward the northern tip of coast that borders Maine you’ll notice the celebrated colonial style houses. Portsmouth, which is the northernmost coastal town in the state, was one of the first regions settled in New Hampshire and it is filled with historically significant landmarks, houses, and tourist attractions. It’s also known to have a culinary epicenter in its downtown.