Super 8 Gainesville Texas

1936 I-35 North, Gainesville, Texas, 76240, United States | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel is located on 1936 I-35 North, Gainesville.
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    Travel Blogs from Gainesville

    Life....is....good!

    A travel blog entry by ourvenus on Jun 21, 2014

    2 comments, 24 photos

    ... little town of only fifty residents is close to being abandoned as well, it is remote and has no importance for those few who remain and live here, other than cattle farming. There is not much of interest here in this tiny community of Spanish Fort. The heyday years for the Chisholm Trail were between 1867 and 1884. All that remains is Cemetery #MU-C045 and a granite marker that can only be found via hiking through woods, pastures, ...

    Gainesville TX - Home of Charlie Paddock

    A travel blog entry by t2tov on Apr 19, 2014

    5 photos

    ... Olympics. Paddock won in the 100m and placed second in the 200m. He won a third gold in the 4X100 relay. Paddock ran 110m in 10.2 seconds, a record that would stand until 1956. Paddock died in a plane crash in Sitka Alaska along with General Upshar in 1943.

    In the real world, I continue to train for the Pittsburgh Marathon, running two 20-milers and I'm two weeks away from the Big ...

    Introducing a Granddaughter to Her Ancestors

    A travel blog entry by miss.chris on Mar 28, 2014

    2 photos

    ... and found one named Lance. My granddaughter kept going back to Lance "I like Lance" she said several times. My granddaughter decided to leave a trinket shed just purchased at his headstone, poking it into the ground. She also had picked some wildflowers to leave on her Great, Great grandmothers grave.

    I also knew that there was a baby Robert who died only a few months after my great-grandmother, but, we could not find his grave.

    We returned ...

    First cemetery visit of the year

    A travel blog entry by clara.sayre on Mar 20, 2014

    2 comments, 10 photos

    ... three Woodsmen of the World gravesites (their grave markers are trees), and many old stones that had broken and were propped up against the base. Some interesting epitaphs (“Gold mine in the sky” for a 12 year old) and hand-carved stones also made for some good photographs. The oldest gravesite (in terms of birth year at least) was a Ms. Louisa West, born in 1812 and died in (I think) 1905. Her stone had settled so far ...

    Overview of our trip

    A travel blog entry by hunter-long on Sep 08, 2013

    1 photo

    ... At the same time, my best friend, Tara heard about the trail through a professor who had just returned from walking it and had published a book about her journey. A dream began to form and a pact was made that before we were married, we would walk the trail together.
    For the last decade, we have saved our pennies, dreamed and looked for a chance to go. This summer she had the opportunity to serve on a ...