Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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I knew this experience was going to be unique when we received a liability waiver for the week-long birding trip in Cambodia. Never before have I signed away my right to sue over leeches. Apparently, unlike the mosquitoes, they are harmless, but just disgusting. If you dare, ...
... for us to avoid road closures due to flooding.
Near Brunswick, GA we hit heavy, sometimes blinding rain. Not fun! Fortunately it didn't last too long. It's raining on and off all through S. Carolina. I-95 is closed at I-26. Northbound traffic is being re-routed west on I-26. We're headed for I-77 to Charlotte. The good news? Gas is $1.99 9/10 (cash). Temp is in the mid-60s. We've switched from A/C to heat! By the time we got to Charlotte, it was 59 and ...
Day 1 of our trip:
Trying to get our massive road trip off on the right foot, we left home and got on the road by 4am. The next few (many) hours involved the various sights one normally associates with 1-75 heading north from Florida. As we do every time, we snickered at the 'trucker spas' in Georgia, thrilled at the somewhat cheaper gas and bemoaned Atlanta traffic. The goal was to get to St. Louis by 5:30 so we could meet ...
... After those miles, however, most of the trail was separated from the highway by about 15 feet of overgrowth, and many times wound past junkyards and worn down houses (welcome to Gainesville…). On the way back, we made sure to stop in at some of the lookout points that we’d noticed in those first few miles. Some were better than others, but in the end, we knew we had to make another stop at La Chua to see the gators as it was in ...
... if you could see the single celled green and blue green algae living the the water of the pools and falls all around you. The next step up in plant evolution as you climb the stairs are the ferns and finally the mixed deciduous trees, live oaks, ash and sweet gum abound and at the ...