Baymont Inn & Suites Gainesville
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... to add on some bird and wildlife trips for me. We'll have the chance to visit several World Heritage sites, spend a couple of nights on a wooden junk, take an elephant ride in the jungle, join a local family in Laos for dinner in their home and a traditional Buddhist Baci ceremony, and to end our trip at the Vulture Restaurant. And if you ...
Driving to New York for a quick tour of the World Trade Center Museum and Freedom Tower. Next, it is on to Brooklyn, NY to board the Queen Mary II for an 8 day cruise to London where we will spend two days. We then take the Eurostar train to Paris for two days and then the TGV train to Milan and Rome ...
... at 8am and landed at my planned gas stop, Slidell, LA, just before noon. I gassed up and continued east. I knew there were storms in Florida, but was hoping that I could get around them.
After reaching western Florida, instead of hugging the shoreline, I headed northeast where there were more public airports. I wanted to keep one near in case I needed to turn around and stop. There were ...
... the way, is a fast food restaurant chain that specializes in chicken entrees). One billboard of interest was for a place called Cafe Risque. They "Bare it all for you," the signs stated. I guess you can eat and ogle at the same time. Couples welcome, too. Breakfast, lunch and dinner. Exit 374. Darn, we don’t go down that far.
We pulled into the parking lot of Walmart around 1:30. This would be our overnight parking location. It looked ...
... wife had lived her entire life in the area (and told us maybe we would move there after we got a little Franklin County sand in our shoes). They were very sweet and invited us to visit with them if we wanted to spend more time in the area. We declined, but this is just one of many experiences we have had since leaving Wisconsin where we’ve been humbled and touched by the genuine kindness that exists in complete strangers!