Hilton Garden Inn Manchester Downtown
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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We left Bar Harbor in the fog. I guess we were leaving at the right time with the summer season fading in the fog. We took the short route back to Manchester following the interstate highways so the trip was much faster. In reading the map, I noticed Stone Henge of America in southern New Hampshire so we decided to see what it is. The only way …
... away. Oy.
We decided to spend the night at Memere's house rather than drive all the way home to Londonderry. We slept in and got home today around 1pm. At this moment, I am unpacked, rested, and happy in my own bed. Success.
Thank you so much to my amazing grandparents for taking me on this epic journey across the US. I feel so much more connected to my own country and am so happy that I got to explore it with my family. Also, I give all the credit in ...
... and made quick time through the rolling hills. Hogback Mountain Gift shop gave us a place to stop for a picture and an ice cream cone. We were disappointed that the Concord, New Hampshire Walmart prohibited overnight parking but just a short ways down the road we found a roadside picnic area for a night of boondocking.
It was a good start.
Our adventure in Asia is over and it is time to say goodbye to our life in Shanghai.
I came home to NH at the very end of May and while here, Jim notified me that his assignment is done and he will be reassigned to a position in North America .Imagine my surprise and delight to learn that I was not home for the summer, but simply, home.
The news is bittersweet as I did not have a chance to properly say fare well and thank you to my expat ...
... to drive me to work. But it's so far from the office, a whopping fifteen minutes, I've chosen to walk there every day, just me and my iPod, taking a stroll in the New Hampshire summer sun which is so blistering I could lie naked outside all day and not need sunscreen.
The office building itself is an enormous old mill. There's a row of them along the river. Big renovated things that you can do pretty much whatever the hell you want with, ...