Hilton Garden Inn Manchester Downtown
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... for excepted). This leads to property taxes being the primary
source of government revenue and being quite high relative to other states, a
situation that makes New Hampshire a paradise for high income people willing to
live modestly but place where old folks on fixed incomes all have to rent out
rooms in their homes to afford their property taxes if they want to hold on to
them. Bob and Susan live in one of those rooms, a one-room with alcove basement
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 ...
... 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, ...
... And they served Margaritas big enough to drown in. So I had several. Still needed sleeping tablets to sleep, though. *sigh*
I got up this morning with a full day to kill in Boston. I tried to ponder what most people would want to see in Boston... Fenway Park, downtown, something historical... Nah... What would Linley do?
Linley would google outlet malls and indulge in a spot of shopping because I decided I hadn't ...
... from their "back porch" onto the lake is magnificent.
The evening was capped with dinner at a local place across the street from the Hall of Fame and the adjacent Doubleday Field. The temperature was around 80 with little humidity and almost no wind. A ball game was being played at Doubleday as we ate dinner and we could hear the cheers coming from the field. It was a perfect evening for ...