Hampton Inn Nashua
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... the hotel, with a stop to say hello to Karole. It was actually 40 degrees today so enjoyed the walk. Tonight we plan to walk to the Chart House. When we stayed here the first time we had a wonderful dinner there so have saved it for our last night. We were there early, about 7:10, and no seats so made reservation for 8:30 and walked back to Faneuil area to window shop. It is about 38 degrees and not too bad for walking. Met a cop friend in first store we ...
... ambled around the grounds of the Harriet Beecher Stowe centre and museum. The place opened at 12 pm which was too late for us. For those that don't know, she wrote the book made famous in the movie King and I that featured the story of Uncle Tom's Cabin-an anti slavery book. We drove onto Springfield and visited the Dr Seuss National Memorial. Brilliant sculptures depicting his famous characters. Not ...
... I had seen something on Facebook this morning about The Hilltop Steakhouse closing after 50 years and Phil said he and family had been going there for many years. He and I had planned to go several times but other things always got in the way. So we decided to go after the movie. Since it had come out on Facebook and not in the morning newspaper we thought we could get there before the crowds wanting one last meal there. Phil says in the past the wait ...
... me! He was very talkative and excited to have visitors. But when Phil asked about his daughter he told us that she and Bob had just finally gotten married (she is long married and has grandchildren!) so there are some problems with his mind. We wheeled him back to his room and said goodbyes. From there back home and read for a bit before dinner at Sabitino’s—good as usual and sat by very liberal Lois – we usually have lively discussions with her ...
... be the earliest we can get out of the house! Our plan was to visit Tony in the woods, Tim who is now in nursing home with his Alzheimer’s and Kevin who is selling his home and moving to his sisters because of health problems. Out to the lake to Tony and had socks, cookies and such in a bag for him. But he really needed jeans-he has patched till he ran out of patching fabric and there is not much left of them. We offered to take him to a store for a new pair and he declined ...