The Red Horse Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... the barrels before they mentioned it, but that really sounds like a challenge... We are still looking for a sports bar but so far no luck. We stopped at "The Cookout" and Charles peeked in the window to see if they have tvs. Better be careful or we will be bailing him out for being a Peeping Tom. They don't have tvs but whatever they are cooking smells really good. So much for that place. Let's go to Appelby's.... Yeah, tvs and they are showing the ...
... were limited. In this kind of environment, it is indeed difficult to relax and we were therefore, subject to some level of underlying stress. The highlights of our adventure were cruising the Baltics with Andy & Lucie, our two day visit to St Petersburg, Russia, completing the Camino de Santiago de Compostela-Frances, driving through Portugal and southern Spain and chillin' at our Villa in Costa del Sol, Spain. Planning is everything and if we had to do it again, we would ...
... find the waterfall or confusion from too much moonshine? Either way, it’s a pretty nice waterfall even with the low water flow. A fallen log split the waterfall where the two streams converge. Then we climbed back up to the second mess of downed trees and followed the path back. Fortunately, on the hike back, most of the spider webs were still cleared from our hike in. From Asbury Hills, we headed west back into Pickens County and took US-178 ...
... in my opinion. I got some pictures here and then hiked back to the car. I started making my way home, passing through Hendersonville and getting on I-26. When US-74 split, I got off the highway in Columbus at NC-108. I turned on Houston Road and then White Oak Mountain Road. This last road, although paved, was extremely steep and windy as it switchbacked up the mountain. At a couple points, I had to come ...
... two weeks there. First at a private campground on the Sound - Rodanthe Watersports and Campground. Really great spot - campsite right on the water. (20.00 a night- very reasonable for the Outer Banks. There are definitely NO boondocking places on the Outer Banks.)There were lots of French Canadians camped out there for kite boarding and wind surfing so it was great just to kick back and watch them make it all look so easy. Plus I loved listening ...