Louisa's Porch Home Stay Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... VA. Leaving just a four hour drive for today. In bright sunshine. And cloudless skies. Hot damn.
Smaller bites of travel gave me a more relaxed demeanor and it was an eye-opening, refreshing joy to drive through the rolling hills of the South. Where there are juxtapositions of old and new literally feet apart -- modern farm equipment next to what was once a functioning, proud barn but is now a structure dilapidated, rotting wood embraced by vine and neglect. ...
... 160; By the time we reached Lake Lure and the Inn it was raining but we went into the inn (where part of Dirty Dancing was filmed) and viewed their spectacular collection of upright music boxes (think big cabinets!) and extensive collection of art. The owner of our little park was so nice and even brought us some fresh vegetables from his garden. We spent a wonderful last evening visiting over a campfire with our park neighbor, ...
... 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. ...
... br> lunch we had a short devotion and headed to Gatlinburg. The trip in
all took about an hour and a half. Gatlinburg was very crowded, the
streets littered with shops. We got out to look around. Joe surprised
us and bought us all ice cream. We left to go walk the streets of
Gatlinburg and see the shops that lined streets. After, we got in the
van and went to the Smokey Mountain ...
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Live” It’s even been rated as “America's
Happiest City for Women.” Not to be left
out the Men's Journal quickly followed that up with its own high rating.
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North Carolina Mountain communities are lacking. It is part of The Cliffs, a collection
of residential communities set ...