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Old August 24th, 2004, 02:41 PM
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Help!! Hotels in Manchester..

The hotel I usually stay at in Manchester, NH is booked solid for mid-september, any ideas or recommendations on were I can stay? I need to be close to the office (Commercial St)... traveling Sept 17-19.

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Old August 24th, 2004, 03:29 PM
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I am guessing you normaly stay at the Holliday Inn (I think they changed to the Ramada or something).

Well on Southwillow about 5 to 10 min from Commercial st there is the Best Western 603-627-2525

Then 10 min away there is the Courtyard By Marriott 603-641-4900

10 min away there is the Econo Lodge at 603-624-0111

10 to 15 min there is the Highlander 603-625-6426

these are just a few of the big ones, there are a ton more in the phone book. I would say we could get together but I won't be around that weekend.
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Old August 24th, 2004, 03:36 PM
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Thanks Mike!

I got a room at the Marriott. All the hotels were booked 'cause of the Nascar race....

Thanks a lot.

John

PS: can you point me to some trails????
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No problem, and Jimmy will show you some good trails!
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isnt the eqinox there? I stayed there once it was nice

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