Quality Inn University
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We survived the send off party last night with family and flying friends. No permanent damage was done despite all the adult beverage and we got some good travel hints for Canada and Alaska. A big Thanks to Helen and Bill for hosting and conjuring up this beautiful dinner. Also a huge thanks to our good friends Lynn and Mick and Veronica and ...
CA’s preparation: Well, we’re almost on our way, but it’s been quite an ordeal getting to this point. The preparation and testing has taken about three months. Since my RANS S-7S is over eight years old, I decided to replace all the fuel, oil and air lines and hoses. Other things were old, besides me, so I replaced the battery and fuel filters and fittings. During testing, after all this, I had an intermittent starting problem which turned out to ...
... up with ice cream at Ted Drewes. Erin & I fought off hypothermia as we ate our ice cream in the parking lot, using the car to shield us from the wind. From there we said our goodbyes and got on the back on the road, determined to at least get a few hours of driving behind us. We ended up calling a Holiday Inn after (surprise!) the phone lost signal and getting a discounted room. All those years in the army finally paying ...
... I may have mentioned, our primary reason for visiting Gainesville was to see my grand-niece, Karly, who is currently a sophomore at the University of Florida, College of Journalism and Communication. Yes, that is a mouthful, isn’t it? She is majoring in Communication with a minor in Sustainability Studies.
We picked her up at her apartment which she shares with three other students. We headed to a place called Bonefish Grill, a local ...
... to pouring rain, and surprisingly no sore legs. After the rain slowed, we decided to hike Cones Dike Trail which is 8 miles round trip through another area of the prairie (Paynes Prairie is huge - Husb would look up the precise acreage and include it in the blog, but just trust me, it’s very big). The massive cold front that was awful in Wisconsin from what we hear was also having an impact in Florida (and still is as I type) - the ...