SpringHill Suites Manchester Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Great place, very clean and roomy.
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... will be going into a storage "garage" until we come back from Korea. He seems to be really excited. Emmie-dog has her kennel set up and she is enjoying the freedom of laying in the kennel when she wants. She seems to have remembered her old "bed," and is still very comfortable in there. Things are moving ...
... kept putting vodka in front of me, I kept drinking it. The group was decreasing in size as we went, some got tired, some chased off after tail. But the last three still standing kept rolling!! I really shouldn't say in public where our last stop was. Butitmayhaveinvolveddollarbills. Staggered back to the hotel in the wee hours.
At 9am the next morning, I strolled into work, in my suit, with my hair coiffed, looking bright and ...
... bags and see if I can possibly fit more of them in. This I am convinced is a work-related expense. Can't wait to hear what the ATO has to say about it.
These whacked out lunatics also have a major drinking problem. There is a door with a heap of racks on it and blue Cat-5 cables running everywhere. As you'd expect in a DNS company, right?? Noooooo... Push the right button on the right rack and a door opens. Behind that door is the Whiskey Room. ...
... a car and going to spend the day with his parents who are about an hour drive also from the hotel. The first officer, Ian, was going to go with us but he changed his mind when we got to the hotel. He had some training classes on the computer he needed to get done. So Lori and I met downstairs for breakfast in the hotel Christmas Eve morning and then went to the airport to get the car ...
... grunting), and this time the man didn't ask but instead grabbed the bag from me and placed it on the cart. I noticed this man was pushing the luggage of one elderly American man in a wheelchair. I followed them. Thank goodness for that, too, because there was another unusual looking checkpoint exiting the airport that caused a massive traffic jam of people and their luggage. With the handicapped man, we by-passed all of that and I was shocked and surprised that by this incredible luck ...