Hilton Asheville Biltmore Park
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Thrifty50 stayed here on Jun 16, 2006 during their trip titled: Thrifty50's Great Adventure.
... He was going really slow and did not look comfortable. After a few miles we pulled over and he broke the bad news. He said he couldn't hold a line with it. It wanted to go anywhere but straight. It was like he just told me my girlfriend was fat am ugly. His bike felt like my kids tricycle. It was so easy to flip from one side to ...
... no indoor photos are allowed, but I got a few of the grounds as seen from the inside.
When we finished the Butler's Tour, it was pouring and we were both tired, so we headed out. Leaving the estate was as difficult as getting there. First we had to wait in the pouring rain for the correct shuttle and then when we got to our car, we had to drive forever to leave. The exit road takes one past every other attraction on the ...
We always try to stay at the same place on Friday and Saturday nights, so it worked out perfectly that we arrived in Asheville on a Friday. On Friday morning before we left Wytheville, we booked two nights at the Asheville KOA and two tours to the Biltmore Estate on Saturday. It was a short driving day through and across the Appalachians to get to ...
Today we drove to the town of Cherokee, which is set in a lovely valley, but largely consists of establishments on the tacky side. Avoiding the huge Indian casino, we toured the very good Cherokee Indian Museum. An excellent presentation of the history of these people. The Trail of Tears when the tribes were forcibly marched (many perished on the way) from their homelands to Oklahoma so that their land could be ...
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center