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Travel Blogs from Waynesville
... We exited the park and headed for Asheville, NC and our hotel. On the way some jerk ripped out of a parking lot and almost took wade out. He was struggling to hold the bike up in the gutter if the road but held it together. Then some misdirection from the GPS and we finally made it. Almost 300 miles today. Tomorrow we enter the ...
... brother. This tour was a behind the scenes look at how the place operates. The estate was built in 1895 with the latest technology of the time, which was amazing. It had 43 working bathrooms and it had three boilers which heated the house with coal originally. The electrical system used 15 watt lightbulbs throughout the house. The whole infrastructure was well done. Seeing this was John's favorite part of the day. It was not my favorite because ...
... side of every highway, it seems like most trees and plants have been surrounded. I tried to get some photos, but my camera does not like to take pictures while we are moving so fast, but I have posted two. In one of them, you can see how the vine has completely covered a tree. Unfortunately, these photos do not really show the vastness of the problem.
... so high. Troy left me there and continued on his way up to the top, the views were amazing. I was happy with what I saw from where I was sitting. We found out later that it was one of the strenuous hikes to do.
We were lucky enough to be in Gatlinburg when there was a car show in town, we have never seen so many muscle cars in our life, it was cool watching them cruise up and down the streets, hours of ...
... everything not already in the tent into our packs, covered them with plastic bags, and hoisted them onto the cables so they hung some ten feet overhead, out of the reach of even the tallest black bear. Then we clambered into our tent. Carol and Jen, set up nearby, were doing the same.
This was a brand new tent for us, an ultra light two person made by Big Agnes. We knew it would be snug, but this thing was so tight that our two pads filled the entire tent except for a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility