Hampton Inn Asheville - I-26 Biltmore Square
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Smoking rooms available
- Swimming pool
- Refrigerator in room
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... do we do next? Something inside! Biltmore estate, house gardens winery and village is very big around here. So we went. Oh no 60$ to get in. Not in our budget. We went to Walmart bought a bottle of wine and few bits and pieces, Maggie has brought a new camera so she can load it on her iPad so she does not need to take out her iPad everyday! We are off to Tennessee ...
... peoples live and has been even leading my own. (Thank You God).
With the summer near the halfway point I see my Haiti trip getting closer and closer with the days. Sadly I only have 1/3 of my intended money needed to purchase my ticket and go with the group. I am extremely excited to go to the Haiti where I will be able to reaching out and share the true gospel through a Vacation Bible School type way with the students. If you are feeling lead ...
... so organised the cutting through the rocks to form this beautiful scenic route. The main part took approximately 20 Years to complete but was finally finished in the 70's. A good time to visit would be in the fall as the colours are magnificent. The very winding route is 440 miles long but we only did part of it although we did reach the highest road point. We ...
... Good call, Chef! Too bad for Cheryl not being able to try them, though.
Cheryl ordered the special which was grilled Atlantic Swordfish, Oscar style. It was a swordfish filet covered with lump crab and béarnaise sauce along with grilled asparagus. Sounded good. I opted for Bluefin tuna Mediterranean cous cous, broccolini, fennel citrus salad and olive tapenade. Wow. Say that three time fast.
Well, when it arrived it looked great. ...
... aways makes my heart smile and renews my faith in the goodness of humanity. In the big city of Paris or the little town not even on our map, we met wonderful people that were not too busy to offer a helping hand to a complete stranger.
I will miss the sidewalk cafes and the atmosphere of relaxation and joy at living in the moment. I think many Americans could learn a lesson from the French about being present in the now and ...