Red Rocker Inn

136 N. Dougherty St., Black Mountain, North Carolina, 28711, United States | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 136 N. Dougherty St., Black Mountain, is near Andrews Geyser.
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    Travel Blogs from Black Mountain

    Crabtree Falls

    A travel blog entry by jmpncsu on Sep 01, 2014

    8 photos

    ... to a nice older gentleman who was visiting the falls while his wife was out of town. She thought the hike was too strenuous and didn’t approve of him going, so he waited for her to go out of town before visiting. Once the crowds started to arrive and we had gotten enough pictures, we continued on, climbing more stairs and then headed upstream along Crabtree Creek. ...

    Visiting the Old Family Home - just not MINE!

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 16, 2014

    2 comments, 52 photos

    ... have the land remain Forest and sold this property to the Federal Government and it became the major part of the Pisgah National Forest.

    During World War II, 62 paintings (including Gilbert Stuart's - George Washington) and works by Rembrandt, Raphael and Anthony van Dyck were moved to the National Gallery in Washington, DC to protect them from possible harm should their be an innovation of the United States.






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    Lake Lure and Chimney Rock, NC

    A travel blog entry by 10sandy on Aug 15, 2014

    1 comment, 59 photos

    ... very top as the rest of us. But, hey, whatever you feel comfortable with I guess.

    History of Chimney Rock:

    The land (64) acres was acquired by Dr. Lucius Morse (1n 1902) - he was searching for a more temperate climate. Once here, he saw the potential of Chimney Rock and opened it up to the public. The family remained on the property for over 100 years. In 2007 ...

    The Seed

    A travel blog entry by sweettea on May 10, 2014

    2 photos

    While driving back to Virginia to visit my family before I took off for my summer adventure I was flipping through the radio stations. I traditionally skip all the commercials and stop on the songs that I like. For some reason though I ended up stopping on a commercial that was advertising a trip to Israel in April; *hhhmmm, interesting* I thought to myself before changing the station. The thought of Israel though kept rolling around in my mind, ...

    Turning around

    A travel blog entry by pkumar01 on Dec 11, 2012

    1 photo

    I have been on the road for more than one week. Charlotte was as far East as I went. I had a wonderful time with Vivek and Laxmi and after lunch it was time to head westwards.

    I drove to Asheville, NC and on the way encountered the heaviest rainfall I have seen while driving. I had to tell myself 'Slow down, ...