Extended Stay America - Greenville - Haywood Mall
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... the cruise after the Camino, possibly avoiding the additional challenges we had from the virus we obviously contracted on board and had to deal with during most of our pilgrimage. Otherwise, our planning resulted in a unique adventure. It was fun, satisfying and challenging for us individually and enriching for our already extraordinary relationship with each other. Our planning for 2016 is well underway as we look forward to our next adventure and sharing it with our friends and ...
... behind the falls, where old rusty drums and distillation equipment remain. It’s no surprise where Moonshine Falls got its name. I then climbed down to the base for some more pictures. Although the upper part of the falls that flows past the cave was still going well, the lower cascades were almost nonexistent. After some pictures, we climbed back up to the path and continued down the path. There’s not much of a path, but a few pieces ...
... So I bushwhacked down to the base, but it was very cluttered and I couldn’t really get a decent view here either. It’s not that scenic of a waterfall anyway, so I gave up and headed back. Once across the covered bridge, I made a partial loop by taking Triple Falls Trail all the way back. Along the way, I saw some great mushrooms growing right along the trail. At the base of the lowest ...
... trip. So our last surprise stop was at the McCord house in Greer, SC. We pulled into the driveway and until they came out on the porch the boys had no idea what we were doing. Can had an awesome smile and just shook his head knowing he had been gotten again. They had a delicious lunch prepared and we all got to play in the Ninja Gym. We were all so impressed with the work they have put into this space. I was lured out early by a piece of Key Lime Pie, but the others ...
... 24 total hours. We flew on 17 different flights on 12 different airplanes--seventeen separate takeoffs and (thankfully) seventeen separate landings. Over eight thousand total air miles.
Glacier Bay was not terribly hard to get to since Alaska Air flew into the small village of Gustavus adjacent to the park, but the other two were pretty remote and the main reason we saved them for last. To visit Kobuk and Gates, neither of which can be reached by ...