Fairfield Inn and Suites
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairfield Inn and Suites Hooksett
Travel Blogs from Hooksett
... and argue economics and down a box or two of wine. Quite often
when I get into economics discussions with people I’m the liberal in the debate
but with Bob I’m usually the conservative.
I didn’t do much in the way of touring or sightseeing in
Durham but thought I’d create a short blog entry for a couple of the pictures I
took and a few of my impressions. We mostly hung out at La Mixteca Mexican
restaurant and ate half ...
Art Museums: A Traveler’s Guide to the Great Collections Large and Small” by
author Suzanne Loebl. The book is essentially a guide to about two hundred art
museums across the U.S. and alerted me to where they all are, including many of
the smaller ones. I’ve treated it a little like a bible over the years and usually
consult it when I travel to take in the museums when I’m going somewhere.
One of those is the ...
Today began with breakfast on Mascoma Lake consisting of grilled cheese, sweet potato soup and apple pie, very American. We pedaled out through a light rain in the New Hampshire forests; hilly but beautiful. We had chosen Concord NH as a stopping place, but I chose to continue on to make the push to Boston easier tomorrow while the Quebecers got a motel in Concord. We will meet up in Boston, however, to recap and enjoy the city. ...
... run boarding houses. In the 1840's Irish immigrants who were escaping poverty and famine in their homeland began coming to Lowell. After the Civil War, Lowell's textile companies began hiring immigrants in greater numbers starting with French-Canadians, Greeks, Poles, Portugese, Russian Jews, Armenians and many other ethnic groups. Many of these immigrants lived away from the mills in tightly ...
... a few hundred thousand primary voters in a quite unrepresentative state to vote for them in the hope that will affect the preferences of primary voters in larger states that vote later or will eliminate their opponents for the nomination. This is, of course, just one of the many ridiculous parts of the process of electing the president of the United States, which may be why we continually have ...