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Travel Blogs from Blowing Rock
... after Daniel). The road is an incredible feat of engineering and done in such a tasteful, unobtrusive way, all maintained impeccably. At Boone we went to a Diner, created in the true 50's style. Good burgers, fries and pulled pork. No wine though, only coke or ...
... trail at Mount Mitchell State Park. After grabbing a hot cider and a coffee we headed up the short pathway to the highest peak of the Appalachian Mountains. We drove another couple hours and found ourselves in Helen, GA... I mean Little Switzerland, NC. A hotel bar afforded a picturesque setup; adirondack chairs surrounding a large stone fire pit overlooking a mountainscape. A perfect place to relax with wine until the sunset. Immediately reached for the phone with ...
We have been having a great vacation. It's been a little hectic and pretty loud but super fun. The sunsets from our deck are really pretty and the family time in the evenings to go with the sunsets is nothing short of extremely entertaining.
Eric and I wandered off on our own today to hike around Linville Falls. It was a nice little park area with lots ...
... there were plenty of rocks and caves for the kids to explore.
A little further up the mountain we parked the car and all hiked the last 1/2 mile to the top where the countries highest suspension bridge is. The hike was fun and the kids did great. We walked across the bridge and peered over the edge of the cliffs on the other side.
Most of the ...
... they have makes it a popular place. Hotel rooms were expensive, but were nice. The barbecue place down the road was excellent which made it worthwhile. I guess we should have rode over to see the Blowing Rock the town is named after, but maybe next ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking