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We stop for a overnight stay, they charged us $45 a night for a place to park for 10 hours. Should have stayed in the Wallmart parking lot across the street. I always try to find a place that is not a KOA because they are all way over price.
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What an excellent day. The weather wasn’t perfect but that’s a good thing because who would want to be driving along the Blue Ridge Parkway when the clouds are so low you don’t have a view anyway? It showered and the sun came and went and by the end of the day it felt like a late summer evening - warm and sultry. I stayed at a very nice state park in North Carolina, listening to the cicadas in ...
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4,014 Charlotte, NC to London
1,157 London to Rome
134 Rome to Fabriano
116 x 2 Fabriano to Ascoli-Piceno
126 Fabriano to Florence
114 Fabriano to Cinque Terre
246 Cinque Terre to Venice
335 Venice to Grindlewald Switzerland
401 Switzerland to Paris
4,185 Paris to Charlotte, NC
Well after frantically getting the house in order, working an extra day at work, we finally are at the airport. Only to realize that I forgot my camera! Then the plane is delayed to fix the A/C. They finally announce that it will be an hour at least before boarding. So Dan ran home to get the camera. Thank heavens! Even small miracles are wonderful!
... Smoky Mountains to Cherokee, North Carolina. The plan was to hike here and there, but, aside from a short "quiet walk" just off the road into the forest, the rain prevented us from doing pretty much anything but drive. We drove to the highest point in Tennessee, called "Clingman's Dome", where you can climb a hill with an observation tower and, ...
We stayed for a week at Cross Country Campground outside of Denver, TN, near Lake Norman. The park is mainly made up of permanent camp sites and the perimeter was for short stays. We were able to pick out a nice shady spot that was in the back 40, so we had several sites to ourselves for most of the time. We got both a picnic table and a fire ring so we're in ...