Red Roof Plus+ Gainesville
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... leech socks images" and scroll until you find what it looks like if you don't have leech socks. Needless to say, we now have this new fashion statement as part of our wardrobes.
Wireless is supposed to be widely available at least when we are in the cities, so I will write again in a few days after we arrive. Until then, look out for leeches.
Our first destination is York, PA where we will visit our long-time friend Sharon Loy (maid of honor at our wedding). While there, we plan to visit the Gettysburg battlefield. My great-great grandfather, Capt. Walter R. Perry fought there with the 10th New York Cavalry. We'll also go to the State Archives and the State Library to research my Pennsylvania ancestors.
It was rainy and yucky when we left Ocala. We hope to make it to Charlotte tonight. AAA planned ...
... days. After Rome we return to London for two additional days. After London we take the Royal Princess for a cruise to Amsterdam - two days, Normandy (France), Vigo (Spain), Lisbon (Portugal), Azores Islands (Portugal), and six days cursing to Fort Lauderdale and then finally back to Gainesville.
... 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.
We started out today a little south of Gainesville, FL. First stop of the day is Paynes Prairie Preserve State Park...I HAVE to tell you...as someone who has spent a bunch of years in grasslands...my definition and Floridas of prairie are very different. Paynes Prairie Preserve is basically one GIANT shrubland with tall trees, shrubs, brambles, thickets and a river of emergent vegetation that ends is a HUGE marsh. I did see some bluestem mixed in but that ...