Gainesville Hotel and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... street rods, and muscle cars to include one of the largest collections of Fords. There are also lots more memorabilia and engines and parts, plus a mock up of Don’s father’s garage when he and his dad worked on cars together. There are more than 300 cars between the two buildings. I even saw Don briefly as he went back to his office from the gift ...
... the river the water was murky and you couldn't see your feet but on the plus side it was warm! The current was so strong that you basically could just float and you'd move along at quite a quick pace. We only floated onto the next spring which took no time at all so we exited the river and got out of the springs to shower and warm up. It was almost supper time so we set up the 'kitchen' and a small shelter because the weather ...
We left South Carolina and headed for Gainesville. We were going to spend the night with Lewis’s aunt Marie and uncle Al. Lewis had not seen either of them since he was a young child, and I had never met them before at all. I was nervous because we were descending on the home of two strangers, and I didn’t know what to expect, or if they would like us. We arrived just before sunset on ...
... was a very local restaurant where everyone seemed to be on a first name basis. As is the norm here, if they were not local, they were still “honey.” While I was in the bathroom, Erik struck up a conversation with our neighbors, an elderly couple that had known each other for 51 years but only married five years ago after both of their spouses had passed away. Glenn was a Baptist minister who had lived in Indiana until he was 13 ...