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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... duffle bag in. Exiting the plane, my mom managed to tangle the strap of her backpack on the seat, causing us to get briefly separated. Once in the terminal, we boarded the sky tram --which seemed like the only way to get there--taking the very long, but scenic route from terminal B to terminal C. Of course with not a lot of time to spare, this delay was cause for a bit of worry. But we made it with time to spare and even ...
... I was hoping for history on the building of the road and a good look at the road itself. Did you know the Blue Ridge Mountains are older than the Alps or the Himalayas? … or that the New River (think 'The New River Train' - a song that Doc Watson and probably others recorded) is perhaps the oldest river in the world? This last fact I learned yesterday from the musicians at the Blue Ridge Music ...
... and went past Biltmore Village and the Estate....then on to downtown Asheville. It's quite hippy quaint....organic food places, some galleries, some Marley type areas, and a number of Blue Grass bus,era...quite good too! We had a beer at The Wicked Weed....supposedly the name comes from a quotation from Shakespeare? It brews its own beers and has a nice outside area. We left for our ...
... amp; cappuccino for Murray & pumpkin frappachino for me! We drove on to Hendersonville to have lunch & a gawk around. We had a sidewalk lunch at an Irish pub called O'Flanaghans. Strolled the Main Street & poked around some of the shops. We drove back to the B&B the same route we'd gone out. We encountered some rain but it was so nice & fresh & green ... It was quite pleasant. We returned to the B&B for a little rest ...
... in at the TSA check point in the airport...Older people, take note)
We were seated next to a very young, fresh Marine going to Pendleton. He was befuddled by the screen in the "seat back in front of" him. He said he lived so rurally that they didn't have tv..we purchased his "viewing time" for him (no longer included...United)...it was such a pleasure to do so.
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