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Day 8 April 9, 2010 Pensacola, FL to Tallahassee, FL
From the hotel in Pensacola I drove to US-98 expecting to spend the day driving along the coast like we did in Mississippi. Unfortunately, in Florida beach front property is private property most of the time so we saw very little of the Gulf. It is drives like …
Gainesville - Tallahassee I woke up early because i was meeting my host Nicholas at a subway restaurant at 11.30 p.m in a little town called Trenton only 30 miles away north of gainesville. It was a short easy laid back ride. I didnt feel like doing effort, so i enjoyed the landscape and cycled at a slow pace. I arrived at the subway and sat there for a hour waiting for Nicholas, making advantage of one of americas greatest things: refills. ...
So. Not much to report here. Except I learnt a key lesson - don't leave things to the last minute, especially when you're hungover! I knew there was a bus leaving Miami at 6:00pm to Atlanta that was overnight. Except when I went to book it that day, it was full. Oops. I had no accommodation in Miami so I had to ...
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This afternoon we finally got around to mowing the lawn. It's not that we are lazy. You see, it has been wet in Tallahassee lately. The original plan was to mow the lawn yesterday since Steele had the day off, but mother nature had other plans. Mother nature planned for us to mow the lawn this afternoon between afternoon showers. I sure hope that this is not an omen of what's to come.
We call this the real starting point because this is where we left the Interstate highways for the scenic byways and rural roads of America. Our day was filled with small town USA, Wonderful farms growing corn, wheat and soy. The historic old downtowns, each with their own special ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
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