Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
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Thrifty50 stayed here on Jun 16, 2006 during their trip titled: Thrifty50's Great Adventure.
We left Homosassa on June 3, and drove up the east coast to Georgia. We stayed 3 days out- side of Jeckel Island. From there we drove up to Hilton Head Island, SC were we stayed until this morning. We had good weather all the time we were in both places. We were able to play some golf on Jeckel Island but not in Hilton Head (way ...
... Dome which is the highest elevation of the Smokey Mountains. There is an observation tower which I had seen and once again I had not done adequate research. The temperature dropped 25 degrees AND there was a ½ mile hike UPWARDS to the tower. It was the longest ½ mile of my life. The grade was 12 degrees which may not seem like a lot but ...
I was in the van for this day, on our way out of Forest City into the Blue Ridge Mountains. The day was impossibly perfect with big fluffy white clouds, low winds, temperate low 80s, and a handful of B&B alumni cruising down the hills with our pack. I prefered the solitude arrival into familiar territory for the sake of being able to have my moment in peace, and to allow my friends the chance to be greeted into Western North Carolina in ...
... Estate is essentially a Massive Castle built by George Vanderbuilt in 1889 on an 80,000 hectare estate. It took 6 years to build the 240 Room French Renaissance Chateau to provide a place for his friends and family to visit and relax and to promote the conservation of the surrounding forest. The estate is amazing including an exotic plant consevatory, bowling alley, endless hectares of pristine gardens, a bass fishing lake, deer farm and a Dairy which is ...
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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