Homewood Suites by Hilton Manchester/Airport
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- Drycleaning onsite
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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... at a rapid rate, zig-zagging between desks with the grace of a ballet dancer. It was some dude on a Segway. Clearly far too much effort to use his legs so he made for whatever department he was headed to like he had the zombie apocalypse after him. The SE manager barely looked up. "Oh, that's Joe. He does that." Right. OK. So when's my turn? "Right after you sign a waiver saying it's not our responsibility if you kill yourself on it." Because ...
... she saw what she had done, she gave her father forty one." OK, so technically it was her step mother and she was hit about 17 times and her father was hit 11 times but that doesn't sound nearly as poetic. She was also acquitted of this crime because in 1892, a woman doing such a thing was unconscionable. Nevertheless, the story continues so I did the tour then headed over to the historical society to see their display which included ...
... their pharmacies -- an independently owned business -- dates from 1853!
We'll spend time at Concord, NH today, then it's on to Maine and eventually to Acadia National Park. We'll do our best to be more timely with our updates and thanks to everyone for reading. Time for another cup of coffee, then it's back on the road!
Dave And Paul ...
... beautiful Swarovski earrings, $30 to Ginza Japanese Restaurant, $100 to Spring Hill Restaurant, $10 to Shorty's Mexican Restaurant, 4 studio fees to You're Fired Pottery, and 2 tickets to Chunky's Pub and Cinema. I made signs about raffle sales, cover charges, and the children's bios to put around the restaurant. I also got a wonderful early birthday present from my parents - a brand new CAMERA!!!! to use for my ...
I'm in my home in Manchester, New Hampshire. A few weeks ago the idea occurred to me to explore the possibility of a pilgrimage to the four main holy sites the Buddha recommended people visit if they want to be inspired:
Lumbini, his birthplace.
Bodh Gaya, his place of enlightenment under a bodhi tree.
Sarnath, the place of his first post-enlightenment ...