Sleep Inn Manchester Airport
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- Swimming pool
- Indoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... We landed around 4 and had to shove through crowds to get to the bathroom. We had a little bit of time before our 6:00 flight so we decided to get some food. Of course, we expected to see the typical airport options: McDonald's, Chipotle, Starbucks, whatever. Nope. They had a ****** confusing off-brand food court where you order in one spot on an ipad, pick up your food from a cranky lady who's convinced the food she's trying to deliver isn't yours (YES THAT IS MY ...
... here in NE Massachusetts to visit my niece and family, which we did. Sunday, Sraddha was still feeling under the weather so I joined LZ, Paul and little Zana for a outing. We scrambled up a "mountain" called Blue Hill with 4 yr old, Zana, the budding mountain climber. Up and over, then up and back over. We were having fun! See the photos. We celebrated at a local asian food (Japanese and Thai) place nearby then I went back to RV to keep ...
... that you can all follow us along, and see where we are. Its an app, so we can update it where ever we have cell reception, as well as when we have access to internet. THIS BLOG WILL BE SPOTTY while we are in Ethiopia due to limited internet and phone service. As the Hitchhiker's Guide says, "Don't Panic!". We are going to check in with the US embassies in ...
... and steps from Walden St., we came across an engraving on a granite stone tells a bit of his story. He was a slave of John ****** for almost thirty years, took his freedom in the 1770s, and bought an acre of land on which he built a house and raised a family. Life was not easy before or after he changed his name from ****** to Freeman, a story recorded by Elise Lemire in Black Walden: Slavery and its Aftermath in Concord.
We were thrilled to ...
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, ...