River House at Chimney Rock
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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The County Health Department is very good for foreign travel information. The nurse gave us good information about mosquito repellants, what do take for intestinal problems and reminders about eating safely and staying healthy. Plus they give you an immunization record for travel.
We learned that there is a mosquito spray for ...
... to have for extended stays. Since we are only going the carry on route, I will just buy toiletries when I get to Chile. A time to try out some new and different products. Not sure what the restrictions on for International travel with liquids. Easier to just buy shampoo, etc when we get there.
... a shirt with "I made it to the top of Chimney Rock" but he had left his wallet in the car so we had no money. As we were beginning the climb it looked like it might rain and indeed it did. Luckily I had on my rain coat but Jerry got a bit wet. Believe it or not climbing down 491 steps isn’t easy either although it is easier than going up.
We stopped and went in a small cave. It was only opened for a short distance ...
... the rocks so that we could get to the top via a tunnel that led to an elevator (commonly know as 'lift' for ya"ll Brits over thur in thee ewe knighted king dome). Just as well cos I didn't fancy carrying Steve in his wheel chair up there. Someone said, the lift went up the equivalent of 43 floors. When we got out of the lift we walked into a cabin come souvenir shop and then along a walkway out to a viewing platform. This was on ...
... State Park, the predetermined stop for the day. We were pretty taken aback when at the ticketing booth we discovered the price of admission, a whopping $18 each! We looked at each other in horror but decided "yeah let's do it, it'll be the only admission fee we pay today so we need to just suck it up".. We paid and were handed a few bits of info and a CD. The CD was an informative audio tour which narrated to us all the important historical info relevant to the ...