Fairfield Inn Amesbury
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We are leaving on Luftansa! Got to the airport with no issues, now getting last charging time on the phones and computers at gate 4E in Logan :). Thanks for all the well wishes from you lovely people! We land in Ismir tomorrow at 2pm Turkish time and have our first hotel booked already. More when we get to ...
We've been here almost 2 weeks, (with a 24 hour whirlwind trip to Maine thrown in last weekend!) spending time with Jess and Keri, and with Zach, too, who flew in on the Saturday after we arrived. We've managed to eat our way through the area, and Greg ...
7:11 pm flight delayed until 9:01. Now we'll be arriving in San Fran around midnight their time. Guess it was a smart decision to get a room near the airport and really begin our travels in wine country tomorrow! Until then, I guess we'll have to sample Boston Beer Works! Did my good deed of the day by hurrying after a women coming out of the bathroom to step on the 2 foot log trail of TP stuck to her ...
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