Honey Hill Asheville Inn and Cabins
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to take a couple of photos. Windows open & enjoyed the fresh mountain air. The scenery is so different from our mountains. Green bushy trees & foliage .... Looks like broccoli's. As we got higher, we were in fog & cloud some of the time ... No rain but just wispy fog coming & going. Winding roads all along .... Roads in great shape. Encountered a few tunnels along the way. We completed the circle & arrived back ...
... 318 curves in 11 miles & again.. a must for motorcyclists & sports cars. We think we would like to drive it but we'll have to see if we can work it into our drive back to Nashville in a few days time. We forgot that we had a time change & lost an hour, so didn't want to arrive too late to the B&B. Arrived at Andon-Reid B&B - 92 Daisey Rd in Waynesville, North ...
... for this massive project was Richard Morris Hunt from New York. The Gardens were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, considered to be the best around.
The furnishings were all hand picked by Vanderbilt (from many eastern and western countries and continents) and transported over to Biltmore. Some dating back to the 1400s to the late 1800s. A few of the American-made items were a drip-front desk; rocking chairs; a walnut grand piano; ...
... my tree back to my NINTH great grandparents - my ninth great grandfather was Nicola Caradonna, born about 1610 in a neighboring village to Priverno. I am so grateful. I also received contact from a young man who tells me we are related in the Santoro line. I am waiting for more information. I am told that both lines have been in Priverno since the 1600s. I may also be related to one of the men who founded the village.
A week ...
... Minis, and Fiat 500s. A lot of really old Fiat 500s too - they're so cute!
Another time, in Palermo, a construction truck was trying to make a turn down a narrow street but a scooter was in the way, so the passenger got out, picked up and moved the back end of the scooter, and they went on their way. No complaining. It is just their every day life.
Someone told me before we left that this trip would change me. I ...