Arbor Cabins at Lake Lure
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... do we do next? Something inside! Biltmore estate, house gardens winery and village is very big around here. So we went. Oh no 60$ to get in. Not in our budget. We went to Walmart bought a bottle of wine and few bits and pieces, Maggie has brought a new camera so she can load it on her iPad so she does not need to take out her iPad everyday! We are off to Tennessee ...
... seems a really long way! We had our first experience of free camping in the U.S. Here there is an app which lists all the Walmart shops that allows RV's (caravans, motor homes etc) to overnight park in their car parks free of charge. This is a popular service to travellers. Our caravan is completely self contained, holds all it's waste grey and black water, is battery and electricity powered, gas cooking, water heating and furnace heating. It does not have some of the luxuries of ...
... lucky the weather was poor and the road was wet as this kept some of the hopeless riders away. We still had to blow-by a half dozen slow bikes of a particular US type. Some riders were so shaky on their machines Jo worried they might lose control as we slipped by. I didn't think this was likely although the Elephant riding around the outside on a tight bend is, I guess, a little surprising for some.
A ride down the main street of the honey-pot town ...
Day 107 - Today we arrived at the home of John and Karen and had a most enjoyable time with them for 5 days. We were taken out on the lake several times and shown around the area. It is a lovely spot, nestled between Hendersonville and Landrum in the South West corner of South Carolina. Lots of activities in the area and on the Lake as well. Quite a lovely spot, and a special thank you ...
... 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 ...