Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown
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We had what can only be described as an "interesting" breakfast at the Best Western Plus in Baltimore. I have never been to a hotel before where the breakfast was completely self served on plastic plates and cups. Luckily it was free otherwise I would have been devastated it was so bad.
On the upside we were joined for breakfast by the …
We got up @ 7:30 pm to make breakfast at 8:30 am. Lovely crepes with eggs & yogurt,bananas,grapes. Had a nice visit with other guests Marty & Bruce & then headed off to town to wander up & down Main street. Lots of nice little shops to look in. We had lunch in the City bakery on the back deck. Nice day today. Headed off after lunch on hwy #276 to get onto & drive a loop of the Blueridge Parkway. Stopped at just about ...
Got up about 7:00, got ready, had breakfast & checked out. Drove south & east through Chattanooga then up Tellico Plains to drive the Cherohala skyway. Winding scenic highway across the Nantahala National Forest. Very beautiful ... A paradise ride for motorcycles ( & there were plenty of them!) there was one section that went north off of it called the Tail of the Dragon. ...
... all the things we don't have to bring, but we are both bringing our heavy Nikons and mini iPads (so we can update our blog regularly.) Plus Joe will be carrying binoculars, a bird book, a small French phrase book and even a lightweight tripod that we will share.
When I'm done here I will do downstairs and unpack my backpack. Yet again. I have decided I will switch to a lighter raincoat, ditch the extra turtleneck, scrap the high ...
... for this massive project was Richard Morris Hunt from New York. The Gardens were designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, considered to be the best around.
The furnishings were all hand picked by Vanderbilt (from many eastern and western countries and continents) and transported over to Biltmore. Some dating back to the 1400s to the late 1800s. A few of the American-made items were a drip-front desk; rocking chairs; a walnut grand piano; ...