We came sweeping into town on wide, flat roads. We didn't have to gauge our car's potential to scrape hedge or building, or draw in our breath at how precipice-y anything was. (Precipice-y, aka "pressapissy," was my frequent yelp earlier on this trip.)
Portsmouth was hard-hit in WWII, and much of it was rebuilt to modern specifications. Still, a handful of older buildings survive.
A not-old building, in fact a very new building. Many structures on the shore were rebuilt in the fifties and sixties and were quite dated. This one was, instead, kinda nice.
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