Travel Blogs from Asheville, United States

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400 miles down the Blue Ridge Parkway, Asheville, United States travel blog

400 miles down the Blue Ridge Parkway

A travel blog entry by bjmb919

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The Blue Ridge Mountains, Asheville, United States travel blog

The Blue Ridge Mountains

A travel blog entry by vickyandbrian

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... went to the Folk Art Center which is along the Blue Ridge Parkway only a few miles from downtown Asheville. This is a place where member artists from 8 southern states display their crafts for sale and also come to demonstrate for the public. We were also ...

This is a test, Asheville, United States travel blog

This is a test

A travel blog entry by sunnyandcricket

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This is our first entry to ...

Dancing Yoga Around the World, Asheville, United States travel blog

Dancing Yoga Around the World

A travel blog entry by silvergirl10

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Here are some pictures that will give you a broader spectrum of the energy created when I share and teach yoga.  I recommend viewing them as a ...

The Beautiful Biltmore Estate, Asheville, United States travel blog

The Beautiful Biltmore Estate

A travel blog entry by charlenemixa

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... opulence, magnificent beauty, fascinating history, and spectacular scenery makes it a true “must do” for a visit to Asheville.  I plan a full day adventure to visit the Gardens, the House, as well as the new Antler Village with eateries, ...

Asheville, Asheville, United States travel blog

Asheville

A travel blog entry by heynicevest

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Just trying out this new blog. Here's a pic of my niece, ...

this is a test, Asheville, United States travel blog

this is a test

A travel blog entry by beckymike

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This is our first entry for our travelogue. We just wanted to see if it works. If anyone has any problems seeing the picture, email us at rdanders@email.unc.edu. We are leaving at 6:30pm tomorrow to go to China! I'm scared at Mike is excited. So, ...

Day 5- The Builtmore, Asheville, United States travel blog

Day 5- The Builtmore

A travel blog entry by econnolly391

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Today we woke up around 7:30, dropped Karen off at around 8, and hit the open road. Tom and I talked and rocked out to music during the two hour car ride. Tom kept telling me the Builtmore was a three room house. Well... that was definitely one way to ...

Leaving Greenville, Asheville, United States travel blog

Leaving Greenville

A travel blog entry by trevorrose

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... tasks. It was certainly - for me anyway - one of the highlights of the trip! From there we drove the 60 odd miles to Asheville and stopped at Biltmore House, which a very old mansion built by the Vanderbuilt family and is the largest house in the USA. ...

Une dernière caverne et encore des courbes!, Asheville, United States travel blog

Une dernière caverne et encore des courbes!

A travel blog entry by martineborealis

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Ce matin, on visite une dernière caverne, The Lost Sea Adventure. C'est une caverne pas trop spectaculaire comparée à celles qu'on a vues auparavant, sans trop de formations spéciales, mais elle a un "twist" particulier, un lac sous-terrain! C'est un ...

Explore North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountain, Asheville, United States travel blog

Explore North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountain

A travel blog entry by charlenemixa

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... a play, “Kiss Me, Kate.”  Providing Western North Carolina with a magnitude of theatrical experiences the Asheville Lyric Opera’s repertoire encompasses styles from the light operatic comedies of Mozart to the drama of classics of ...

Reflections, Asheville, United States travel blog

Reflections

A travel blog entry by amanda_india1

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This trip is my first to a third or second world country and I'm still searching for a way to articulate the experience. People ask, "Was it wonderful?" And it was in many ways, and it wasn't. "Was it life changing?" No, but definitely life ...

For all you farmers out there..., Asheville, United States travel blog

For all you farmers out there...

A travel blog entry by amanda_india1

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The train route between Delhi and Haridwar was my only opportunity to see the countryside, since the other train trips were at night. I snapped pictures through the window trying to capture the farming, brick making and dung patty operations along the ...

Hippies and psychics, Asheville, United States travel blog

Hippies and psychics

A travel blog entry by bparsons75

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Asheville was truly a fantastic place to visit for a couple of days.  Nestled within the Blue Ridge Mountains, the town itself is not particularly scenic, however downtown has been completely revitalised by an array of cool independent shops, ...

Bloomin heaven or hell?, Asheville, United States travel blog

Bloomin heaven or hell?

A travel blog entry by chris-fernie

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I am at the Econolodge in Asheville, NC with 5 other Motor Maids and 3 of our security guards. The weather network says it is 27, but it feels hotter with the humidity. There are just fireworks being shot and I believe a thunder storm is rolling into ...

Asheville North Carolina, Asheville, United States travel blog

Asheville North Carolina

A travel blog entry by desull

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Another day of rain off and on. Was ready to get to Asheville. Days Inn was a nice stay here. ...

The Art of Asheville NC, Asheville, United States travel blog

The Art of Asheville NC

A travel blog entry by reflectivenomad

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... nbsp;there is something artsy waiting to be seen.  It kind of invigorates your own creativity.  I encourage everyone who lives in the states, or visits the states, to check out Asheville.  Please spend more than 2 days ...

No-Tell Motel, Asheville, United States travel blog

No-Tell Motel

A travel blog entry by mccarthyswan

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We have left the stately Clifton Inn for the significantly less impressive Red Roof Inn in Asheville, North Carolina.  Memories we will keep from our time in the Virginias include the advertisement for the state fair contest on the radio - the ...

Step back in time, Asheville, United States travel blog

Step back in time

A travel blog entry by visionrider

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... ride. Temps ranged from 64 to 41F but the clearer atmosphere led to spectacular views at times. I was about 20 miles outside of Asheville, coming around a sweeping curve to a... closed set of gates. Huh? Well, with no facilities open, no signs warning of ...

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, United States travel blog

Biltmore Estate

A travel blog entry by warnout

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Arrivés à Asheville, NC, Asheville, United States travel blog

Arrivés à Asheville, NC

A travel blog entry by stephisa

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Belle journée de route malgré les fortes pluies en fin d'après-midi. Malheureusement, c'est aussi ce qu'on prévoit pour les prochains jours. Nous ferons nos visites à la pluie! Je vous souhaite d'avoir une température plus agréable! Repos ce soir ...

Biltmore House, Asheville, United States travel blog

Biltmore House

A travel blog entry by whereisthebus

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... examples of the Gilded Age, and of significant gardens in the jardin à la française and English Landscape garden styles in the United States. No photography was allowed inside, you will have to go to the web to see the rooms.  "Over The Top" ...

OCTOBER 2008, Asheville, United States travel blog

OCTOBER 2008

A travel blog entry by kellin

This past October was a busy month as usual! It all started with a show in Greenville SC with Jimmy Brown. We both played to an almost empty house!! It was the same weekend that the gas prices were ski rocketing. There was literally no one out in ...

Night in Asheville, Asheville, United States travel blog

Night in Asheville

A travel blog entry by nludwig

I spent one night in Asheville, North Carolina, making my way towards Bowling Green, Kentucky. ...

Week Ender, Asheville, United States travel blog

Week Ender

A travel blog entry by harthouse

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We had to leave early, so we had to get Jack up at 6:30...but he didn't even fall asleep on the drive to church. After dropping Cindy off at St. Mark's, Dave, Zoe and Jack went to All Souls. They got to see lots of people Jack hadn't seen in a while and ...

Much Needed Exercise, Asheville, United States travel blog

Much Needed Exercise

A travel blog entry by jen8312

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Me and my cousin, Anna, took a road trip from DC to Asheville, North Carolina where she had been to uni. It's a pretty town, surrounded by mountains and filled with hippies. Our aim was to do some hiking as we both needed to do some exercise after eating ...

The Biltmore Estate, Asheville, United States travel blog

The Biltmore Estate

A travel blog entry by time-car

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Attended the Ferrari Cup Challenge! ...

Biltmore Estate, Asheville, United States travel blog

Biltmore Estate

A travel blog entry by sparcat

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Wow, what an estate. The Biltmore is the largest home in America and still owned by the Vanderbilt family. We walked for about 90 minutes in the gardens and then took a tour of the estate. No photos allowed inside, but it was spectacular. After we had a ...

Strolling around the grounds, Asheville, United States travel blog

Strolling around the grounds

A travel blog entry by kha_and_cb

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We loved Asheville, and paid a visit- for about 4 hours- to Biltmore, the Vanderbilt mansion. It, and the grounds, were, suffice to say, very impressive.  ...

Dad's first day driving!, Asheville, United States travel blog

Dad's first day driving!

A travel blog entry by fatherdaughter

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From Daughter: Lots to report today.  It started off raining in Virginia, but we out ran it and had beautiful weather when Dad took the wheel for the first time on a real road with other drivers in North Carolina.   (I'll ...

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