Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Asheville Downtown
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... picture tells a story, then every one of these buildings could most likely write a book. Makes me want to get a bit more proficient with my picture-taking skills and do some capturing on film.
And as I drove down the highway, especially in Virginia, the dark brown road signs of the park service were plentiful, announcing the nearby presence of some tangible piece of American history. It amazes me, to look at the terrain -- steep hilly and dense with ...
... 160; By the time we reached Lake Lure and the Inn it was raining but we went into the inn (where part of Dirty Dancing was filmed) and viewed their spectacular collection of upright music boxes (think big cabinets!) and extensive collection of art. The owner of our little park was so nice and even brought us some fresh vegetables from his garden. We spent a wonderful last evening visiting over a campfire with our park neighbor, ...
... River. Breathtaking views. Tama joined us for dinner at the dock where we ate turkey burgs and salad. He brought fresh sliced tomato...yum! During this whole time, Sam has been collecting eggs from the chicken coop, watching the 3 ducks come out of the lake at dusk to the coop for the night, playing with Polly Walnut, the bunny, and leading the two friendly cats. We've been eating wild boysenberries, and given a bag of fresh ...
... with maintaining this massive estate. Final stop is the Winery for the free Winery Tour and complimentary Wine Tasting. In keeping with the opulence of the Biltmore, this is the largest and busiest tasting room the most generous with tastings. A toast to a wonderful and exciting day at the Biltmore. Cheers!
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Biltmore Estate,1 Lodge St Asheville, NC 28803
... and the trail was much easier to follow. In about 2 miles, we got to the junction with Daniel Ridge Loop Trail (#105). We saw some mountain bikers along this trail, which is open to both hiking and biking and turned right, following the trail downwards along a creek. Right after the turn, we saw some enormous Chicken of the Woods fungi growing on a tree. Overall, this was a particularly beautiful section of ...