Sleep Inn Manchester Airport

Address: 72 Perkins Rd., Londonderry, New Hampshire, 03053, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located on 72 Perkins Rd., Londonderry, is near Robert Frost Farm State Historic Site, Tee Off at Mel's, Stonyfield Farm, and Scouting Museum and Library.
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      Textile Mills and Walden Pond

      A travel blog entry by photokent on Oct 13, 2014

      1 comment, 15 photos

      ... exercised a bit. Meandering along the bucolic backroads of eastern Massachusetts, we drove through towns founded back in the 1600's and early 1700's along cow paths so the roads go every which way. Our stops included a UPS store to return some Amazon items, a visit to the "Rack Attack' in Framingham to purchase a new bike rack for the jeep, and a stop at a Trader Joes for re supply. It's been two months since our last Trader Joes visit outside ...

      Live Free or Die

      A travel blog entry by eddemer on Mar 20, 2014

      2 comments, 4 photos

      ... br>
      So off to the state capital of Concord we flew (not literally, just being punny) to view the state house. They have a viewing platform of the representatives which was pretty interesting, kind of like Parliament but with less shouting and George Osborne. Which can never be a bad thing.

      We also explored Manchester, which was lovely if not a bit windy, before heading to the British Beer Company (BBC - yeah, the BBC). Maybe I'm being homesick, but I got ...

      Boston, Home of the Reds, Bruins, and Patriots!

      A travel blog entry by pyoots on Jun 15, 2013

      4 comments, 8 photos

      ... or decide to re-locate to England.

      As to the war of independence, Bunker Hill was an early battle that when I went to school and learned about American history, the British beat the snot out of the colonists. Truth is that the battle didn't start until around 3:30 PM because the redcoats were stranded aboard their ships and until the tide came in, so they could row their boats to land ...

      Nagog Hill and Grassy Pond Conservation Areas

      A travel blog entry by janetandbobby on Feb 28, 2013

      11 photos

      ... It was an adventure!

      Not much the worse for wear, we arrived back at the start an hour after starting this leg of the journey - at least a quarter longer than we thought - and feeling pretty good about ourselves. We had picked, hurdled, and tromped our way through what seemed like unexplored land, and we were tired. The cars were a welcome sight.

      Oh the Places You'll Go!

      A travel blog entry by mrg8920 on Jul 10, 2011


      I leave for Honduras in two days. Everyone keeps asking if I am excited or nervous, which I am, but not nearly as excited or nervous as I thought I would be. I guess it has just been a long time coming since I've known for so long that this is what I would be doing come July.

      The one thing that has shocked me so far is how much stuff is required for living 6 months without the comforts of home. I know I can get almost everything I could need in San Pedro Sula, ...