Hampton Inn & Suites Asheville-I-26
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Non-smoking hotel
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The County Health Department is very good for foreign travel information. The nurse gave us good information about mosquito repellants, what do take for intestinal problems and reminders about eating safely and staying healthy. Plus they give you an immunization record for travel.
We learned that there is a mosquito spray for ...
Now that we know what size backpack we will have -- 46 liters whatever that means, I have to fill it. Need light weight, easy care clothes -- wrinkle free. Just bought a pair of real light weight Nike's. I really like those short skirts with the shorts underneath. They are light weight, wrinkle free and ...
... Horse Pasture Road and parked at the Foothills Trail parking area here. We hiked a short ways on the gravel road, then turned left onto Eastatoe Gorge Trail, a spur of the Foothills Trail. The yellow-blazed trail follows an old road along a ridgeline high above Eastatoe Creek. At a few points, we could hear the creek far below. In about 2 miles, the trail makes a descent into the gorge via a number of switchbacks. I was surprised to see several ...
... then crossed the tributary and started working our way upstream. The path was getting steep, but nothing compared to what we could encounter soon. In about a quarter-mile, we came out at the base of Waterfall on Tributary of West Fork French Broad River, also called Rhapsodie Falls. This scenic 70-foot waterfall flows over a cliff face in a thin curtain in a setting reminiscent of a tropical rainforest. It’s a beautiful spot and we stopped here to eat ...
... headed back to the car. We drove back to US-276 and headed north. I was planning for a quick stop at Looking Glass Falls, but expected a crowd given its popularity. This is one of the most popular and easily accessible waterfalls in the forest. Although it’s roadside, we had to park almost a quarter-mile down the road to find a spot. The waterfall was very crowded so I climbed out onto a big log past the viewing deck to get some nice ...