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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... drag racing fan, a car buff, and especially a MOPAR nut, you have got to put this one on your bucket list. The center building houses all 34 of his "Swamp Rat" dragsters, many dragsters and race cars of other well known racers, and tons of memorabilia, engines, intakes, and other engine parts and related stuff. The second building has a collection of originals, ...
... of a waterbed. We had basically set up our tent in a hole so it wasn't a great situation. We discussed for a while what we were going to do about it before finally waking up our tour guide and moving all of our stuff out of the tent and underneath a pavilion. We spent the night laying on benches trying to catch any shut eye that we could. While laying there I had a small visitor in the form of a frog on my bench which didn't go down well at ...
... Uncle Al and Aunt Marie live in a little one story apartment complex.The units have delightful little yards in front of them and some tenants had flowers planted and patio furniture to sit on. I needn’t have worried about imposing on these two; they were perfectly welcoming and such gracious hosts. They invited us in, gave us cool drinks, and comfy chairs to sit on.
It was such ...
... Food in Bradenton, just south of Tampa. This dive, or maybe it was a dump, had been featured on Food Network's Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives, and got excellent reviews. We were not disappointed. We had pulled pork, real black beans and rice, yucca, plantain, and the best Cuban sandwich we'd ever had. We then hit the road for the long drive to Miami. We decided to ...
... only in the 50s and expected to drop drastically during our hike so we were bundled up for the trek. We had our eye out for bison and wild horses, often seen in this area of the prairie. While we saw countless piles of scat, poop, and dung, we sighted the wild horses only at the very beginning of our hike and never did see the elusive bison. We also spotted an armadillo, a family of wild pigs (which the largest head was over waist high) ...