The Pines Cottages
Travel Blogs from Asheville
... Going from dry arid west to verdant green of the east is like looking at two sides of the coin as is negotiating the old and tired LAX compared to the relative newness of Atlanta airport. Although lugging four HEAVY bags is not easy no matter what the airport is like. Traveling through Georgia to get to Greenville, South Carolina was a very long way (not sure how we'll go driving from Roanoke ...
... Stopped at a river for a swim. Went to put my trunks on could only find my Budgie Smugglers, lost my trunks in Miami. A load of Hillbillies were also swimming. Coming out of the river, George grabbed the only towel we had first. After he was done with it he refused to share it. With me and my smugglers trying to grab it off him in front of some very conservative hillbillies, didn't look like two brothers squabbling. One hillbilly started shouting across the river at us ...
Added another fast food joint to our ever expanding list. Waffle House for breakfast where they frantically make your food in front of you as you sit round the open plan kitchen and watch the chaos. Left the place topped up on sugar and feeling stressed from just watching them all try get their orders in first so they increase their chance of getting a tip. Still, only costing us $5 for a big breakfast can't complain. Drove ...
... this home was thought of to the very detail.
The estate is huge – 8000 acres and offers lots of activities so we went on our first Segway tour! We LOVED IT!!!! Mike and I are ready to buy Segways now but we don’t have anywhere to ride them. But we will definitely be going on future Segway tours.
... opportunities without compromising the natural
resources of the land, The Cliffs at Walnut Cove attracts retirees, families
and young professionals. Here they find
a rare combination of seclusion, convenience, natural splendor and refined
elegance. Visiting for the day, we
experience the “community” setting and gracious hospitality that “beckons”
people to make Walnut Cove home.
Everyone we meet is ...