Residence Inn Gainesville I-75
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... to add on some bird and wildlife trips for me. We'll have the chance to visit several World Heritage sites, spend a couple of nights on a wooden junk, take an elephant ride in the jungle, join a local family in Laos for dinner in their home and a traditional Buddhist Baci ceremony, and to end our trip at the Vulture Restaurant. And if you ...
... 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 ...
Driving to New York for a quick tour of the World Trade Center Museum and Freedom Tower. Next, it is on to Brooklyn, NY to board the Queen Mary II for an 8 day cruise to London where we will spend two days. We then take the Eurostar train to Paris for two days and then the TGV train to Milan and Rome ...
... sets a very strong foundation for the family that we hope to start together. I considered myself a very open minded person before this trip, but now I’m even more open minded. I see us humans as very similar no matter where in the world we live. I see this world as pretty small and the differences between people living in one country verse another as really minute details. In the end we are all just ...
... American graduate students in science and engineering to countries like Japan, Korea, and Australia to engage in research (i.e. work in other foreign labs) and gain cultural experiences. Specifically, it helps young researchers gain a greater perspective on scientific research and prepares them for the inevitable and increasing trend of globalization. Long story short - I'm going to Beijing, China!
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