Louisa's Porch Home Stay Bed and Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to take a couple of photos. Windows open & enjoyed the fresh mountain air. The scenery is so different from our mountains. Green bushy trees & foliage .... Looks like broccoli's. As we got higher, we were in fog & cloud some of the time ... No rain but just wispy fog coming & going. Winding roads all along .... Roads in great shape. Encountered a few tunnels along the way. We completed the circle & arrived back ...
... 318 curves in 11 miles & again.. a must for motorcyclists & sports cars. We think we would like to drive it but we'll have to see if we can work it into our drive back to Nashville in a few days time. We forgot that we had a time change & lost an hour, so didn't want to arrive too late to the B&B. Arrived at Andon-Reid B&B - 92 Daisey Rd in Waynesville, North ...
... are swept up in the grandeur and you can't help but wonder and also to put yourself into this world for the short time you are here. Imagine yourself sitting at the grand dining table with 36 of your "closest" friends, being served an elaborate dinner. Or, you are upstairs in your bedroom and you ring for your maid to bring you your breakfast. Then, maybe you imagine yourself getting on your most beautiful horse and taking a cross-country jaunt of ...
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 ...
... wildflowers" walk at the North Carolina Arboretum but it started to rain and it was cold... So I went to Plan B -- shopping. Drove the Blue Ridge Trail to the Folk Art Center. Amazing collection of quilts in the gallery plus lots of things to buy. Next stop was Black Mountain and the Swannonoa Valley Museum. It was small but told the story of this valley in between mountains. Interesting display about bootleggers -- evidently this area was full ...