Country Inn & Suites Manchester Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... beautiful. It's green, lush, undulating, picturesque in every way and it just goes on and on.
Which after six or seven hours can begin to be a bit of a problem and I ended up fuelling myself with caffeine to stave off the steering wheel power naps. By the time I blasted into Boston at 11pm, I was pretty damned wired. And starving. Motel fortunately had a Mexican restaurant. It wasn't up to Pink Taco standards, but it was ...
Sometimes spending a day at home can be an adventure too. We all slept in until 8 this morning...AMAZING! Then after breakfast the boys headed to the basement to rummage through boxes, while us girls hung out and played with trains. Gwen headed upstairs for an early nap ...
... sick!), the dentist, the laundry facility that used a steam engine to power the wash and the first mix master to make ice cream. The furniture they made, and everything else for that matter, was perfect and with thought to make life easier. The chairs in the dining room were all low back so they could be put under the table making it easier to walk around the tables to set and ...
... and eventually Westfield, West Springfield, Springfield and Wilbraham. Traffic picked up along the Worcester stretch but still moving well. We finally exited the Mass. Pike and went through the EZ pass lane for the last time.
We stopped for gas in Marlborough off of 495. And then we hit our last major interchange as we got on to Route 3 in Chelmsford. About a half an hour to go. I let out that little silent cheer as we crossed the New ...
... the world to me and I would do anything for.
I've learn to take everything in stride and accept what is happening in the moment. I've learn to correct the not listening of Evie, and then turn around with open arms and love with forgiveness. I've learned to praise and be thankful for the times the potty was used so there was no clean up in my future.
I could go on for days about the lessons I learned in the seven weeks I spent with this amazing ...