Super 8 Gainesville Texas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... quarter, but boy it was good. It also made dinner for the two of us the next night. Three meals for the price of one, now that's pretty neat. Cries of Yee Ha rang out along with hootin' and hoolerin'. It was someone's birthday and they had to ride the saddle while everyone yelled! The restaurant was full and people really seemed to be enjoying themselves. It was another grand night, experiencing the Lone Star ...
... housework and maintenance would be enormous. One home, the James Newton and Eva Tabor-Rayzor house was completed in 1909 and is a "Prairie Style" house. Their descendants lived in it until 1978. It has a state of Texas historic plate on it. The street is lined with Post Oaks, which are endemic to this area, they really set a serene, stately scene as you walk along. Being proud Texans they use the red, white and blue along with the lone star on everything, even the wind ...
... the leather lounge and watched everyone working on their Apple computers lined up like an office. Lol Then onto lunch! El Guapo's sounded just the ticket. We meet up with Caudia, Jean's friend. She is from Mexico so explained the menu for me. As we sat there Celia Cruz's 'Quimberra' was playing and some 'Ritmo Alegria'. It was all I could not to get up and dance, but alas, my favourite dance partner was not there. ...
... Watched 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding' again back at home, never tire of that one. Earlier in the day we called in at a second hand book, record, DVD, CD store that went upstairs, downstairs and even out the back. A treasure trove that was too heavy to carry home, but I did buy one book by Tony Hillerman 'The Walking Wind' a murder mystery set in Navajo country. He is a famous Western states ...
... because Bill is really just a big toddler himself. Bill loves to get down on the floor and play, and he and Hunter spent hours doing just that. We will miss him terribly.
Hunter is also smart as a whip (check out the 1 min video). He amazed us at PF Chang’s, when he used chopsticks (sort of), and ate 5 whole dumplings, dipping each one in his own bowl of sauce. He has a small hockey stick and has gained enough eye/hand coordination ...