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... Atlanta almost two and a half times the distance). We did some back roads today and I have you say they were straight, straight, straight! Boring. The drive back from Roanoke will be on the freeway just as, if not more boring! Still we stopped a couple of times and took pictures of a couple of lakes. Driving through the Bible Belt proved to be interesting too there's a church of one definition ...
... to get some pictures, enjoy the view, and relax after the strenuous climb up, then continued on the trail. Going down from Pilot Mountain, the trail was again overgrown, but shortly it leveled off and became more open as we followed an old road. There were some campsites and several splits in the trail, which was poorly marked. Using maps and GPS, we were able to figure the way out and after another mile and ...
Went to our first Waffle House (sounds more native if you don't pronounce any of the syllables), a greasy spoon diner. All the staff were very stressed cooking our food just in front of us. People were still allowed to smoke. Felt like a diner stuck in the 80s. Found out that I'd won some money on the lotto, a small fortune at £25. Drove on to Asheville a country town on the border of North Carolina. Pulled off the freeway to do some more country driving, try to see ...
... Ed lost his swim trunks in Miami so had to resort to wearing his British flag budgey smugglers. Getting into the river we were already getting strange looks from the locals, when ed decided he also then needed my towel to dry off because he's lost that too and I wouldn't give it to him a little gay looking fight began of ed giggling in his budgey smugglers and trying to unwrap me from my towel. This was the point when the ...
... people around America come from miles around to see it, and buy whole year passes. It's an absolutely enormous mansion from the wealthy Vanderbilt family, built in 1895. It's hard to describe the size, and grandeur. They just don't make them like they used to, and nobody today can claim such luxury. Things like your own hunting grounds aren't common these days. The closest thing it reminded me to was Hampton Court, King Henry VIII's castle and ground, but this was more ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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