Holiday Inn Express Gainesville/I-75 SW
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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 ...
... 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 ...
... it's gonna be incredible bc this will be the closest I'll be to him ever. ; also it'll be Kesh and mines anniversary on the 14th so being with him while watching Kaskade---can't think of anything ...
OMG. One of the best nights I've had in Gainesville was when Lisa and her UCF crew came up for gator stompin. Gator stompin night was okay but the night AFTER. OMG. So drunk. So awesome. So fun. Jacob got kicked out of cantina. They had their cinco de mayo tents up. Lisa and vibs took shots on the owners tab at shucks. Somji paid ...
... a little under three hours from Sarasota (plus a half hour for bad traffic), just outside of Gainesville, which is about the perfect amount between driving time for us between stops. We arrived around 3:00p on Saturday and quickly set up so we could get one quick hike in before sunset.
We drove from our site about 15 minutes to arrive at La Chua Trail, which is a quick three miles round trip. We picked this trail out of nine options on ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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