New Hampshire State House
Concord and New Hampshire are famous for having the first Presidential Primary every 4 years.
The Capitol Building is tiny compared to most states. At 8 PM it was locked tight for Saturday night - but the last time we were here - the legislature was in session. We walked right in the building - no metal detectors - etc. We went right to the gallery - sat down and listened to debate. Their motto is - live free or die - and their government is open.
At 8 PM on Saturday night - it seemed like the sidewalks were already rolled in. Even the CVS was closed. We found a nice little Italian place that had a dinner for 2 special for $8 including drinks. No sales tax. Our hotel is on the main street about 1 mile from the Capitol. Tomorrow we will take I-93 - which is right outside our hotel - to Boston Airport.