Extended Stay America - Gainesville - I-75
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Our bags are almost packed and Rosie is on her way to Camp Robinson (Ann's sister's place in Stuart). We are about to set off on our first ever trip to Asia, and this will make the seventh continent visited for me. In the catalog, this National Geographic trip seemed like the perfect match for us, lots of temples and physical activity for Ann, and ...
Our first destination is York, PA where we will visit our long-time friend Sharon Loy (maid of honor at our wedding). While there, we plan to visit the Gettysburg battlefield. My great-great grandfather, Capt. Walter R. Perry fought there with the 10th New York Cavalry. We'll also go to the State Archives and the State Library to research my Pennsylvania ancestors.
It was rainy and yucky when we left Ocala. We hope to make it to Charlotte tonight. AAA planned ...
... days. After Rome we return to London for two additional days. After London we take the Royal Princess for a cruise to Amsterdam - two days, Normandy (France), Vigo (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), Azores Islands (Portugal), and six days cursing to Fort Lauderdale and then finally back to Gainesville.
... Florida has the I-10 cut right through the forest. In many places the center median is left uncut and the east and westbound lanes are not visible from one another. There were still spots where the wildflowers were growing in yellow, white and purple.
Once we merged onto the I-75 we really started noticing a proliferation of billboards. They literally lined the sides of the highway for miles, announcing everything from alligators to Zaxby’s ...
... 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 ...