Travelers Inn Gainesville

Address: 3103 North-West 13th Street, Gainesville, Florida, 32609, United States | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on 3103 North-West 13th Street, Gainesville, is near Florida Museum of Natural History, The Hippodrome State Theatre, Paynes Prairie, and Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art.
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Travel Blogs from Gainesville

Williston, FL

A travel blog entry by larry_shirley on Nov 05, 2014

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... street rods, and muscle cars to include one of the largest collections of Fords. There are also lots more memorabilia and engines and parts, plus a mock up of Don’s father’s garage when he and his dad worked on cars together. There are more than 300 cars between the two buildings. I even saw Don briefly as he went back to his office from the gift ...

Floating down the river

A travel blog entry by prawn0 on Sep 06, 2014

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... great. By the time we got everything up everyone was back at camp so the cooking group jumped right in and got onto preparing their curry. They served it with rice and naan and it was delish. Once everyone finished eating a few of us got onto building a fire. This was a hilarious experience with so many camp counselors all thinking they know the best way to build it. My job was to light it once it was established. Surprisingly enough we ...

Uncle Al and Aunt Marie in Gainesville, Florida

A travel blog entry by landlshenanigan on Jul 04, 2014

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... 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.
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Bring the Payne

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on Jan 04, 2014

1 comment, 19 photos

... After those miles, however, most of the trail was separated from the highway by about 15 feet of overgrowth, and many times wound past junkyards and worn down houses (welcome to Gainesville…). On the way back, we made sure to stop in at some of the lookout points that we’d noticed in those first few miles. Some were better than others, but in the end, we knew we had to make another stop at La Chua to see the gators as it was in ...

Gainesvilles Reverse Andes

A travel blog entry by kmlisle on Oct 12, 2011

3 comments

... if you could see the single celled green and blue green algae living the the water of the pools and falls all around you. The next step up in plant evolution as you climb the stairs are the ferns and finally the mixed deciduous trees, live oaks, ash and sweet gum abound and at the ...