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Manchester tips
« on: July 31, 2019, 05:28:24 AM »

Offline ederson

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So next week i will go to Manchester with the wife for the weekend.

Any locals here for some tips ? off the beaten path things to see , drink & eat ?


Re: Manchester tips
« Reply #1 on: July 31, 2019, 10:25:19 AM »

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My recommendation? Keep heading north on 93 up to the White Mountains or go to Portsmouth instead  ;)

Sorry, I know this is not helpful info, but I grew up in NH and only went to Manchester when I/we had to. I heard it has gotten better, though, so good luck on your visit!

At least responding bumps your topic back up to the top again.

Re: Manchester tips
« Reply #2 on: July 31, 2019, 11:00:08 AM »

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yeah I know , not the best place to visit but old trafford is there and i got a ticket for Manu - Chelsea :D


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yeah I know , not the best place to visit but old trafford is there and i got a ticket for Manu - Chelsea :D

I think jambr was speaking of Manchester, NH (in the United States), rather than the home of United.
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yeah I know , not the best place to visit but old trafford is there and i got a ticket for Manu - Chelsea :D

I think jambr was speaking of Manchester, NH (in the United States), rather than the home of United.

Haha, I thought of mentioning Manchester, UK, too, but with the proximity of the Cs, I thought it had to be the NH version. Sorry for the confusion. I have seen quite a few flights leaving for Manchester, UK, though, and I can't say it has always been the most polished crowd  ;D

I am sure you will find something fun to do. I always love exploring new cities even if they aren't necessarily world renowned. Any city is fun for at least a weekend - especially when you already have the main event planned!

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« Reply #5 on: July 31, 2019, 01:42:38 PM »

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yeah I know , not the best place to visit but old trafford is there and i got a ticket for Manu - Chelsea :D

I think jambr was speaking of Manchester, NH (in the United States), rather than the home of United.


I should have imagined there is a Manchester in the USA too😁😁😁

I m glad jambr didnt have any suggestions... Imagine me spending the whole evening looking for a bar that's located in another country 😂😂😂😂

 

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