Hampton Inn & Suites Gainesville-Downtown
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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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 ...
... great. By the time we got everything up everyone was back at camp so the cooking group jumped right in and got onto preparing their curry. They served it with rice and naan and it was delish. Once everyone finished eating a few of us got onto building a fire. This was a hilarious experience with so many camp counselors all thinking they know the best way to build it. My job was to light it once it was established. Surprisingly enough we ...
... on history, Islam, Christianity, and politics. We didn’t have time to read his book, but I hope someday we do.
As the evening wore on, I developed a migraine, and Aunt Marie gave me an ice pack for my eyes, and I took some melatonin, and went to sleep early-ish. We had an early start the next morning to get to church in Fort Lauderdale on time. We said our good-byes, and hit the road.
... the Everglades on the famous Timiami Trail (US Hwy 41) rather than I-75. We saw the smallest post office in the country (Ochopee), the world renowned Clyde Butcher gallery (check it out on the internet), and even saw a large gator crossing the road in front of us. After about 6 hours and 400 miles of driving we arrived at our hotel in the western portion of ...
... the view briefly and set out for the trailhead because I was growing more paranoid by the second about the gators that the fact that anything moving at dusk equals food in their eyes.
The next morning, we woke up determined to complete the 32 mile round trip Gainesville-Hawthorne State Trail on our bikes. We packed up some snacks and water, took G for a quick walk, and ventured out. The park map boasted that the trail ...