Country Inns & Suites Boone
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... adjusted for up and down hills and some serious curves and we were probably averaging about 30 mph. I suggested we cut over to I-81 and drive to Roanoke and cut back over to the parkway to save time. While the interstate was not as pretty, it was a lot faster and we managed to get to the Meadows of Dan Campground by 4 p.m. We both hate arriving late and this way we had time to set up and drive the truck back to Meadows of Dan to get fuel. ...
... go to the official website at "www.Appalachian trail.org". Otherwise, just have a read of Bill Bryson's "A Walk in the woods" for a humorous look at the trail. His book has just been made into a movie starring Robert Redford and Nick Nolte. Soon to be released. The book is a great read, and I intend to see the movie as well. For those of you who don't know, Bill Bryson is a renowned American born journalist/writer specialising in ...
As most of you are aware Sheila and I depart at the end of this month for two months in Europe. We have signed on with this travel blog and will send comments and pictures as we move around. Should you not desire to receive these, just let me know and I'll delete you;). There should be a picture here of some idiot up a pole.
Fred & ...
... br> Safe, gated community with security on duty. Abundant indoor &
outdoor amenities, including heated indoor swimming pool, jacuzzi
whirlpool spa hot tubs, sauna, steamroom, weightroom & exercise
area, gameroom, table tennis, pool table, video games, library, meeting
room, miniature golf course, shuffleboard courts, tennis courts,
children's playground, clubhouse, laundry, many world-class golf courses
nearby, covered barbecue ...
... to the Atlantic - the Orchard has been a vital travel route since our continent’s earliest settlers began exploring these mountains. Buffalo and elk traversed here, followed by the Cherokee Indians and eventually European settlers.The ancient game paths became foot trails and then trading routes. Early settlers defied British attempts to make peace with the Indians by disallowing settlement to the west of the ...