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Optimus Prime

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Visiting Manchester and Concord
« on: July 19, 2010, 09:03:48 pm »

Hey y'all, I just recently joined the forum but I'm ready to visit the great state of New Hampshire next week! I will be flying into Boston and staying with a fraternity brother outside of the city. We will be commuting into the state and I would like to visit Manchester and Concord as those are two cities that I have pinpointed as possible residences. I will be around the entire week so I'm interested in meeting up with some free staters and attending some meetings. I would really appreciate some input on fun things to do in these cities! Thanks in advance, Free Staters.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #1 on: July 20, 2010, 06:28:04 am »

Hey y'all, I just recently joined the forum but I'm ready to visit the great state of New Hampshire next week! I will be flying into Boston and staying with a fraternity brother outside of the city. We will be commuting into the state and I would like to visit Manchester and Concord as those are two cities that I have pinpointed as possible residences. I will be around the entire week so I'm interested in meeting up with some free staters and attending some meetings. I would really appreciate some input on fun things to do in these cities! Thanks in advance, Free Staters.

Tuesday... Taproom in Manchester.
Concord is a great walking town
The roads around Concord and Manchester are great 'country' roads if you like the drive.

What sort of things are you interested in and we can point you to some things that might interest you.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #2 on: July 20, 2010, 09:09:02 am »

one group in concord goes for walks in the woods each saturday

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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #3 on: July 20, 2010, 09:19:59 am »

Hey y'all, I just recently joined the forum but I'm ready to visit the great state of New Hampshire next week! I will be flying into Boston and staying with a fraternity brother outside of the city. We will be commuting into the state and I would like to visit Manchester and Concord as those are two cities that I have pinpointed as possible residences. I will be around the entire week so I'm interested in meeting up with some free staters and attending some meetings. I would really appreciate some input on fun things to do in these cities! Thanks in advance, Free Staters.

Tuesday... Taproom in Manchester.
Concord is a great walking town
The roads around Concord and Manchester are great 'country' roads if you like the drive.

What sort of things are you interested in and we can point you to some things that might interest you.

I'm going to check out Taproom on Tuesday, is there a cover charge to get in? I'm a sports fan so I'm thinking of checking out the minor league baseball team in Manchester during the week.  Can anyone recommend good eating establishments in downtown Manchester? I'm a big history buff so any historical location suggestions would be greatly appreciated. :)
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #4 on: July 20, 2010, 09:39:23 am »

Hey y'all, I just recently joined the forum but I'm ready to visit the great state of New Hampshire next week! I will be flying into Boston and staying with a fraternity brother outside of the city. We will be commuting into the state and I would like to visit Manchester and Concord as those are two cities that I have pinpointed as possible residences. I will be around the entire week so I'm interested in meeting up with some free staters and attending some meetings. I would really appreciate some input on fun things to do in these cities! Thanks in advance, Free Staters.

Tuesday... Taproom in Manchester.
Concord is a great walking town
The roads around Concord and Manchester are great 'country' roads if you like the drive.

What sort of things are you interested in and we can point you to some things that might interest you.

I'm going to check out Taproom on Tuesday, is there a cover charge to get in? I'm a sports fan so I'm thinking of checking out the minor league baseball team in Manchester during the week.  Can anyone recommend good eating establishments in downtown Manchester? I'm a big history buff so any historical location suggestions would be greatly appreciated. :)
no cover charge for Murphys.

http://web.minorleaguebaseball.com/schedule/index.jsp?sid=t463  Mon Tue Wed (day) games for Fishercats.  Cheap tickets can be had.

History... depends on what kind you want... the mills in Manchester have unique history.

Food in Concord:  Siam Orchid is pretty good Thai food.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #5 on: July 20, 2010, 06:53:58 pm »

Thanks for the suggestions and recommendations so far! I plan on touring the state capitol building and the museum of history in Concord. Never had Thai food but I'm a very open minded eater so I will have to check out Siam Orchid. Anyone know of cheap lodging in Manchester?
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #6 on: July 20, 2010, 07:11:49 pm »

if you don't have Thai food where you live I highly recommend you try some if you are going to be in a place where there is Thai food. It is very good.

Also, consider moving to a place that has Thai food.
It's really good.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #7 on: July 20, 2010, 08:01:48 pm »

if you don't have Thai food where you live I highly recommend you try some if you are going to be in a place where there is Thai food. It is very good.

Also, consider moving to a place that has Thai food.
It's really good.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #8 on: July 21, 2010, 10:27:50 am »

Thanks for the suggestions and recommendations so far! I plan on touring the state capitol building and the museum of history in Concord. Never had Thai food but I'm a very open minded eater so I will have to check out Siam Orchid. Anyone know of cheap lodging in Manchester?
Cheapest decent hotels are near Manchester airport due to competition. Or you might be able to get a crash couch at Porc Manor.
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Re: Visiting Manchester and Concord
« Reply #9 on: July 28, 2010, 11:16:59 pm »

I'm loving it up here! Just got a new tattoo here at Bitter Sweet Tattoos. Can't wait to move and join my new liberty brothers and sisters in The Shire.
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