Fairfield Inn Manchester Airport

860 Porter Street, Manchester, New Hampshire, 03103, United States
Fairfield Inn Manchester-Boston Regional Airport
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Travel Tips for Manchester

Never pass on the right...

by gilescorey

Locals seem aloof and cold, but if you just engage individuals for a moment, cut them some slack...well they're "wicked" friendly.

Residents reflect the regional dry humor by referring to sedate Manchester as "ManchVegas". Similarly, the interstate between Concord, NH and Burlington, VT is nicknamed "The Vermontabahn" - even by local papers - for the high-speed driving. But, note: out-of-state plates are pulled-over ten times more often. Why would the police upset local tax-payers?

Rent a Machinegun and have some fun!

by MatthewMetcalfe

Manchester Firing Line, a full service Gun range and dealer in Manchester New Hampshire offers loads of fun for the Gun Aficionado.

You can rent any number of Machine Guns and they also have an excellent selection of Handguns and Rifles.

On our visit, We rented an MP5 Sub Machine gun, M-16, Glock 20 (10MM), H&K Mk23 (With Silencer) and the Smith and Wesson 500!

The people are friendly and the place is clean! It's a great "guys trip" to blow off some steam!

Hard Luck to High Tech

by gilescorey

"New HampChic"

I have family nearby, and always fly in and out of the snazzy airport. Manchester seems as though it could use a little polish, but the millyard & adjacent neighborhoods look like a tale from Dickens...not unlike Society Hill in Philadelphia. And, if you want a cosmopolitan experience in New Hampshire, Manchester is a best bet. Some lovely shops line downtown, as well as some stellar restaurants.

""A New Englander's Guide to Saving a City""

The "Queen City" began as a small farming village at the beginning of the 18th Century. However, an ambitious industrialist named Samuel Blodget envisioned Derryfield(as it was then named) as an industrial giant. The promise was in the crashing Amoskeag falls, and the goal was not only to harness these for power, but to build canals allowing shipping of goods between points North, and Massachusetts Bay Colony/Boston to the South. Blodget succeeded, and the Amoskeag Mills were born. Derryfield became "Manchester", named for that British capital of the Industrial revolution, and tens of thousands immigrated to the New Hampshire city for work - the lion's share, French Canadiens. This early immigration is reflected in the Manchester of today. Few cities in New England can boast of the diversity Manchester holds. Furthermore, Manchester is still the second French-speaking city in the U.S.(after New Orleans).

The rise of the South towards the turn of the 20th century, meant the fall of Manchester. The Amoskeag Corporation declared bankruptcy, and prominent Manchester citizens banded together trying in vain to rejuvenate the city.

"Manchester, Today"

In the grand scope of events, Manchester has only found considerable new footing since the early-mid 1990's. High tech landed in the region, taking advantage of New Hampshire's friendly tax base, and the airport became an important alternative to Boston's clogged Logan. Money from both has streamed into the city and urban renewal has taken firm footing. The crown of Manchester's tech-achievements is DEKA. Dean Kamen's corporation settled in the once-decrepit Millyard. Mr. Kamen has nearly single-handedly brought new attention to the city, and his Segway transporter, based in Manchester, brings modern prestige to a city rich in history

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Address: 860 Porter Street, Manchester, New Hampshire, 03103, United States