Hampton Inn Nashua

Address: 407 Amherst Street, Nashua, New Hampshire, 03063, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 407 Amherst Street, Nashua, is near Mine Falls Park, Greeley Park, Holman Stadium, and Windblown Cross Country Ski Area.
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    October iin Boston area

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Oct 01, 2013

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    October 1, 2013- Up by 9 for a change, earlier than our usual time. Breakfast, read the papers, shower and head for the dentist for his cleaning. The dentist trip went well and then we walked to see a friend-Paul owns a printing/public relations store near the dentist-and he wants to publicize Phil's book in a local paper that goes out to over 10,000 homes in the Hyde Park/Jamaica Plains area. We settled, tentatively on Oct 23 for a date to do a signing at ...

    June is for weddings

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jun 06, 2013

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    June 6th-Thursday-I was up at 3:25 AM—a quick shower, breakfast and get house ready to leave-things unplugged, water off, doors locked, all those last minute things. I had some left- over chicken strips so put some bbq sauce in a small container to dip chicken into. Weighed my bag and it was only 43 lbs- could have taken a few more pounds!! (as it turned out, I had forgotten to put a pair of jeans into the suitcase!) Outside to wait for the shuttle ...

    Day 2: Boston

    A travel blog entry by claire8000 on Mar 31, 2013

    ... the people who died in the civil war. we walked aroud beacon hilll and apparently you cant change the outlook of the buildings because its a historical site. one aparment could cost 3-13 million just to start. right now im on the bus kn the way to harvard! harvard was pretty and apparently yhe statue for the founder is all a lie. we dont know what john harvard looks like! i just went to old manse house and it was ...

    Snowy Boston to sunny Mesa

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Jan 07, 2013

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    ... Our other ‘find’ was Mike who lives on Lieutenant Island, a place we had never heard of, and it is accessible only at low tide each day! Back to our room around 10 for some relaxing before going back to the bar for a Champagne sendoff to the old year. But we did not get back to the bar- we were sidetracked by some people Phil has known for many years but never really spent much time talking with. They were having a private party in the common room and we joined them ...

    Learning more of the Boston area each time

    A travel blog entry by teamcc on Sep 15, 2012

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    ... I will find out how many people but LOTS! We had tickets to sit in what they call ‘the shed’, an amphitheater that is open on 3 sides. Those that just paid an admission could sit on the lawns surrounding the shed and enjoy the music. We did learn to bring cushions if we ever come back! The music was great! Very well done and we had singer (and MANY other talents) Michael Feinstein as guest singer and talker. What a voice! Also Betty Buckley, (among ...