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Author Topic: # of Reasons to Move to Nashua, New Hampshire  (Read 18104 times)


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Re: # of Reasons to Move to Nashua, New Hampshire
« Reply #30 on: May 05, 2009, 09:39:37 pm »

you have to go into the Mall.. that might be tough for me... going into a mall.

I heard that!

*not that there's anything wrong with that Malls. :)
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Re: # of Reasons to Move to Nashua, New Hampshire
« Reply #31 on: July 26, 2009, 04:01:08 pm »

Mine Falls Park

325 acres of good scenery for passive recreation. 

Note: I'd of course propose to privatize this land on the grounds that it's morally wrong to force one individual to pay for another individual's preferred form of recreation or entertainment. The land should be sold off to someone willing to pay for the upkeep and the proceeds of the sale should be returned to Nashua taxpayers.

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Re: # of Reasons to Move to Nashua, New Hampshire
« Reply #32 on: July 26, 2009, 04:18:02 pm »

Hey Dale, that Chunkys Theatre/restaurant/bar looks great.  I had no idea a place like that existed in NH.  I read their website and had a trivial question: how do they take your order during the movie?  A place I used to work at years ago in Oregon did a similar thing, but the servers just took the orders via "soft voice."  I would imagine Chunky's has a checklist (?) menu you fill out and hand to a server and only speak unless you have some special request (softly & in your ear?)  Just curious! Thanks!
They really just take your order the normal way. They usually squat down so as not to block views, or not too much anyway. They speak softly during the movie. Most people arrive earlier than usual and at least get their order in or even eat part of their meal before the movie starts.
Oh wow cool!  I never considered going an hour earlier, guaranteeing your pick of seats for the movie, then having dinner ( & conversation) and a movie, and never leaving your seat!  Awesome(!)  You can bet I"ll be making plans to get there Lick-ahh-dee split!! :)
There's another Chunky's in Pelham, NH (west of Salem)
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Re: # of Reasons to Move to Nashua, New Hampshire
« Reply #33 on: July 26, 2009, 05:39:22 pm »

...a Trader Joe's, and a multi-screen movie theater, all within a quarter mile.  Many people considering where to move would find that very valuable information.

Nashua was actually high on my list at one point for quick access to Trader Joe's and Chunky's!! Right now I'm am craving Trader Joe's. I was just talking to my roommate this morning about picking up some coffee and other things for me next time she goes.

That, and the proximity to Boston, is the main reason that we are looking at Nashua... :)  Ah, Trader Joe's!

Okay, after looking at the Chunky's website, the deal has been sealed.  Beer+movie=heaven
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