CVI Hotel - Collegiate Village Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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We finally got out of the RV park where we spent The Season (Winter). Drove 325 north up I-75 to I-10 west to Tallahassee RV. Stopped about 4 times along the way. Not quite used to driving so far yet. LOTS of traffic on the 6-lane highway around Ocala and Gainesville. We stayed in the slow lane and ...
... I am not shi**ing you. Go to Roadside America website (http://www.roadsideamerica.com/story/6 166) to read full story.
Barney is a retired master plumber who, for the past 50+ years has been doing toilet lid art. He has had visitors to his museum from over seventy (70) countries and hundreds and hundreds from cities across the USA! Each lid tells a story and Barney has his own routine as he takes on his free tour. He has collected ...
... for lunch at a place called The Shrimp Basket. Angie had popcorn shrimps, corn on the cob, hush puppies and a corn fritter. I had fried shrimp. It was good. Got into Quincy, Fl. at about 7 p.m. With the time change. Drove into town to eat. Not much to choose from. Settled on Hardee's. Tomorrow we will be in ...
... heat into some nice airconditioning.
The Old Capitol building is just like it was years ago; a bit of updating, but no major remodelling. Most of the 150 desks and chairs are replicas. The original ones cost $15 each and were all oak. I marvelled at the old wood floors that had lots of varnish, and the very old tile in the restrooms. Also, we were surprised to learn the State Seal ...
Ok after travelling for 2 Fridays ... An Australian one and a US one, we finally made it to Tally and the hotel ... The flight wasn't great and I lost count count how many times we went through customs or check points, but ewe got there ... The plane was full ... No empty seats in sight which meant I had to travel for the better part of 14.5 hrs with the gentleman in front of me in my lap! He pretty much had his seat reclined most of the trip, ...