Holiday Inn Salem (I-93 At Exit 2)

Address: 1 Keewaydin Drive, Salem, New Hampshire, 03079, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on 1 Keewaydin Drive, Salem, is near Canobie Lake Park, America's Stonehenge, Methuen Memorial Music Hall, and Pitcher Mountain.
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    Travel Blogs from Salem

    First Day at Perkins

    A travel blog entry by specialedhead on Jul 23, 2014

    5 comments, 20 photos

    ... Kathy showed us how the lower school operates and a number of the tools that the young people use each day. Kerry and Julia will be pleased to know they have objects of reference and they are standardised for lessons, but individualise where needed. They however use a common object for a classroom across campus and the symbol too, but not an audio cue of any sort. This afternoon with met with Betsy McGinnity who co-ordinates e-learning. Perkins have a broad range of ...

    Today is a super love day

    A travel blog entry by cuartotres on Jun 15, 2014

    1 photo

    ... in love with this city. The wedding was at XV Beacon Hotel and restaurant Mooo... What a beautiful place to start a life together. I will truly miss this city and perhaps I may even return at some point. For now, I will embrace the last two weeks I have here before the next adventure in Wisconsin and after ...

    A Brief & Recent History of Africa

    A travel blog entry by pauljkuhne on Dec 25, 2013

    1 photo

    ... gained independence favorably (Guinea got royally screwed by voting themselves out of the French Union), France essentially kept pulling strings, propping up leaders favorable to their economic and political interests, regardless of how these leaders actually ruled their countries or treated their peoples. Business strategy became foreign policy, and France was keen to send in civil servants, military aid and economic consultation for the ...

    Walking the streets of Boston

    A travel blog entry by wheresmisty on Oct 17, 2013

    11 photos

    Yep..thats what we were doing for the last coupla days! (either Bostonian or Italian)... Totally up to you as to how you hear it/say it in your head... A very walkable city. The coffee to kick off each morning at the little cafe around the corner was great, a different pasta dish every night..and never disappointed, food was as cheap as New York City (good grief!), clam chowda thats yummy, the buildings are lovely, history all around ...

    Army-BC weekend

    A travel blog entry by sethfield on Oct 04, 2013

    We made our way up to Salem, New Hampshire in early October of firstie year to watch the Army-Boston College football game. Knep and I drove up to Nick Miles' house, where we stayed along with Cody and Emily, Nick and Tara, and Alex Ganz. We hung out at Nick's on Friday night, ...