Fairfield Inn Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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We got to Manchester, NH about 10:00 pm. The flight attendant I was flying with, Lori, and I had already planned that tomorrow, Christmas Eve Day, we were going to rent a car and drive to Boston and walk the Freedom Trail. MapQuest showed that it's only about an hour drive. We asked the 2 pilots if they wanted to go with us. Tim, the captain, said …
... Larchmont for a Classic Paul adventure including a trip to pick up Micheal at Princeton in New Jersey and a football game between the NY Jets and Detroit Lions. Finally home at 8 pm after 8 hours of driving followed by a wonderful dinner that Sharon had prepared. Great day again and sunny and hot temps in the New York area. On Monday, unfortunately it was time to say so long to the big Apple ...
Trip got extended. I should've left days ago. In fact, I should've been home by now. But it turns out they love me so freaking much, they wouldn't let me leave. Well, not quite. My two weeks of training ended up being split between two departments (tech support and sales engineering) so I asked for an extra week in tech support. Given I was already here, it wasn't a big ask and they happily complied.
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... collection of Indians (made just up the road in Springfield, Mass.) as well as a chopper exhibit and a very nice collection of military and police bikes. After the museum we headed out to Manchester and had a somewhat difficult afternoon of riding due to the traffic flow, or lack of traffic flow, through Danbury and Hartford. The light misting rain did not help either. We stopped for gas ...
... them into cool offices where not one single person wears work attire. It's like it's bush week every day!! People in jeans, t-shirts, shorts, the CEO strolling around in a polo neck. The entire executive team are utterly indiscernible from the general population. The nerve!! How am I meant to know who I can swear in front of???
Most Australians I know love their country very, very much. But I've never seen an Aussie office fly their flag indoors. ...