TownePlace Suites Manchester Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... away. Oy.
We decided to spend the night at Memere's house rather than drive all the way home to Londonderry. We slept in and got home today around 1pm. At this moment, I am unpacked, rested, and happy in my own bed. Success.
Thank you so much to my amazing grandparents for taking me on this epic journey across the US. I feel so much more connected to my own country and am so happy that I got to explore it with my family. Also, I give all the credit in ...
Just over the border in Vermont, we passed through the quiet little village of Bennington. Specialty cafes, vintage shops, and beautiful churches should be on the brochure for this town. Huge trees shaded the sidewalks that were dotted with flower-filled urns. It personified a New England village.
We entered Green Mountain ...
... and censored sites. I will not miss walking through the fake market and hearing “hey lady, what you want?"
I have learned so much about Chinese culture that is still fascinating to me. I have learned that the language is very difficult to master! I have learned that I really am not a city girl and appreciate the trees and hills around me even more. I appreciate fresh, clean air, stars at night, and birds singing.
I am thankful for ...
... we're leaving. Phil's in charge. Don't listen to a word he says." It was after this that the $1 shots broke out. By this stage I've had at least twice as much to drink as everyone else. We then engaged in that other great American sport - drink driving. I did not drive. I picked a ride with the least "apparently" drunk person I could find. The tone of the night was then set by the name of the next club "Manchvegas". Says it all really. ...
... war yesterday, a couple of the guys floated the idea of bringing air rifles and potato guns in to shoot at each other. I suggested that unless we all wore goggles, that sounded a bit dangerous. Instead, we should just buy packets of thumbtacks, superglue them to the front of the Nerf darts and carry on. THEY WERE HORRIFIED!!!!! "Leave it to the Aussie to take a game and drive it up to a whole new level of dangerous." Well, yes, they have a point but how ...