Days Inn Shelby
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
- Microwave in room
- High-speed internet in room
- Smoking rooms available
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... power companies use their land for solar panels and lo and behold we passed one if those too. We found the town of Aberdeen and then the Hampton Inn. They have cookies and I do believe they are the best yet. They actually tasted homemade. After a short rest, we are off to find some dinner. Dinner was at Kickback Jacks and boy was that a hopping place. There are tvs everywhere and they were playing corn hole out on the porch. They even had a putting green. ...
... t on the WC100 list, it probably wouldn’t be worth the time to visit. But now Sandy had completed the challenge. We took a picture or two and then headed back. Back at the car, we drove back into North Carolina through Brevard and got on I-40 east. Since it wasn’t too late, we decided to hit one more waterfall on the way. We got off the interstate at exit 112 and headed into Valdese to McGalliard Falls Park. It was just ...
... a young man informed us that the elevator was out of service again and would I have trouble walking down. They did offer to take me down in a stretcher and I was tempted but said no and we climbed down. Not too bad and had some good views.
Drove over into North Carolina and camped at the Kings Mountain National Monument Park where we camped at a great spot. There had been a battle here – a turning point against the British in the Revolutionary ...
Our first day will be traveling. I leave from GSP at 7am and arrive at Dulles around 10:30 am. I'll leave for Italy at 3:30pm Flight from GSP to Charlotte was short and sweet. On my way now to Dulles. I am going to have to get my baggage then head to ticketing and go through airport security all over again. What a ...
... that a) it is one of two covered bridges left in North Carolina and b) it was built using what was then an extremely modern and innovative design by a Civil War General, Herman Haupt. Haupt was Chief of Military Railroads for the Union Armies and after the war went on to work with several different railroads. He wrote a book in 1851 detailing his design: General Theory of Bridge Construction. I imagine I would find it to be ...