French Broad River Campground
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... cool enough to turn on the heater. The Biltmore was of course spectacular! We saw every nook and cranny that we could see. We ate on the patio overlooking the home and later in Biltmore village had the most delicious ice cream that is made from the original Biltmore recipe. We ate at a great BBQ joint in the Arts District called 12 Bones. Long lines but well worth eating meat for! The Arts District did not ...
... Before we had communion, Joe washed our feet, portraying the message Jesus left for the disciples to carry on. This worship was a great closing to the week. After worship ended, and we were ready to watch Surf's Up. We watched it, laughing along the way. When the movie was finished, Joe declared it time for bed, and we were happy to. The last day at the house, was probably the best time in the house. ...
... at the visitor center to take a break and hand out
some tops. Some of the people were receptive and enjoyed our company,
however there where those who denied us. We knew it was ok though,
because they were not denying us, but the Lord. After we handed out
the tops, we hit the road for the mountains. We made it to Newfound
Gap. We got out and took in the sights and ate an early ...
... people were awesome. Later that
day, we picked up Kathy and went to the grocery store to buy food.
After we were done there, we went shopping at many different shop.
One of which, had Christmas decorations. Once we were done shopping,
we went home to eat amazing meatloaf, cooked by Kathy. The night
ended with a devotion led by Joe. We sang songs that were led by
Christian, Danielle, and Reanna. The day was very fun, and we were
very tired by the end of the day. ...
... well as the new Antler Village with eateries, the Barn, Vegetable Garden, and the Winery.
An informative movie on the Biltmore’s history and the Vanderbilt family at the Welcome Center, begins our travel back to life in the Gilded Age. By passing the Biltmore House, I drive to the Gardens. Arriving early pays off as I easily find a parking spot by the Conservatory. Strolling through the Rose Garden and the ...