Four Points by Sheraton Manchester Airport
Travel Blogs from Manchester
So long old Beantown. After a brilliant few days in Boston I'm now on an Amtrak train heading north to Maine. First observation is London midland have a lot to learn from Amtrak. It's more like flying first class than train travel back home. But then I often think that about any rail travel out of Britain. ...
... packed up the room and then the car for the last time. I must say,we do have the art of living out of our suitcases to a science. After checking out for the last time,we hit the road. NY State Thruway to Mass. Pike, then 495 to Route 3 and we would be home.
About a half an hour after setting out we decided to stop at Cracker Barrel on the outskirts of Rochester. As usual breakfast was pretty good and there sure is plenty of it. The onboard computer ...
Had a good flight, flew from Phoenix to Chicago then on to Manchester, NH. We got in at 11:30 and picked up our rental car from Enterprise, they had very few cars so we ended up with a Chev Tahoo, a big boat, very roomy though. We stayed in Manchester at a Springhiill Suites, always a great ...
... hiked and or biked every National Park; visited most National Monuments, National Historic Sites, and National Recreation Areas; visited every state's "must see" sites; and visited most Presidential Museums and Libraries.
We were on the road 629 days and travelled close to 56,000 ...
... on time, picked up our car , and found our way to the Coachman's Cottage B & B in sale just outside Manchester city. Our Sat Nav (GPS to you Yanks) worked perfectly...already worth the $35 I paid for it. The B&B is, in fact a renovated Coachman's cottage. The hosts have appointed it very well. There are only two rooms, and, at the moment, we are the only guests. We got a warm welcome from Manon Hardy ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center