Rock Laurel Bed And Breakfast
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... were better fit for the corvette than the motor home, but we made it to Mountain Falls RV Resort in the town of Lake Toxaway, at about 3500 feet high in the Smokey Mountains of Georgia. This area was worth the drive. It is a gorgeous place, and the RV ...
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We found our way to the shuttle and then to the rental car center and then navigated to our company. The woman behind the desk was smiley and unrushed and as she got the paperwork ready, I told her that this trip was a gift for my mom's birthday and that we were excited to see the balloon festival. We chatted pleasantly as she got things ready. Then she smiled and leaned ...
… and another pretty good day. I made it to Asheville by about 12:30 and the first thing I did was visit the Blue Ridge Folk Art Centre. It’s along the Blue Ridge Parkway but only about a mile off the freeway and very close to Asheville. They have some very beautiful crafts to sell and some galleries filled with pieces by local artists along with information about the history of the centre. ...
... so many beautiful and amazing sights. We did get together with a cousin in Austria. She had been to the States before so we had met many years ago. I had been e-mailing with her mother, who sent me copies of some old family documents. We didn't make it to Priverno in 2012 - if you've read the blog from that trip, you'll know why. We did make it to Bueu as well as one of the tiny villages in Burgenland, which was neat as a pin and very ...
... steps up to the apartment and to our bedroom. If the building inspectors from the USA saw this place, their heads would explode. And I don't know if a European version of the ADA exists, but we sure didn't see many places that were wheelchair accessible.
There was also a shared terrace we enjoyed a couple times. It was really cool sitting on the terrace, sipping chianti, watching the goings on down on the piazza below. We really ...