Sleep Inn Manchester Airport
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... 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 ...
... is very helpful, particularly the "How do I travel light?" section. A section, mind you, that my husband would have liked me to have when we went on our first major vacation. Luckily, I am from the local area and have a good idea of what the weather will bring and have settled on several pieces I can layer, taking Road Scholar's advice to heart in layering like an onion while away.
My main issue, however, is not clothing but on the ...
... birch is so prevalent and characteristic a tree with us and that the seedling birches spring up every year on so many neglected spots, but especially where the surface has been cleared or burned.”
The premier site along the trail is the Reflection Circle, a lovely place of contemplation. We read words from nine world giants, including Mahatma Gandhi and Ralph Waldo ...
We left Middleton, MA at 9 p.m. last night and I was a bit sad to leave my puppy Lucy (but she is good hands). I was cranky and tired and wasn't ready for a road trip. Last year, we did a cross country road trip, but left in the daylight.
I slept through the night (my hubby kevin made a nice comfty bed for me in the back of our Yaris). New York was a ...
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, ...