Howard Johnson Inn Asheville Biltmore
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... we chose this method of travel. The area reminded us of the road to Hana on Maui because of its dense green surroundings and windy roads.
We did a couple of short hikes around some of the viewpoints. At one, we saw a lot of cars parked in the lot. We figured it must be something special since most of them had a car or two in them. We found a space and got out to see what the draw was. One couple we ran into said that there was a creek with ...
... paved and have nice grass areas next to them. The place was pretty full and apparently it is going to stay that way.
We got the coach set up and ate lunch while we strategized about our afternoon. By then it was already 3:00 so time was getting scarce. We decided to take a drive to the town of Brevard. We heard that it was a quaint little town and since we didn’t really have time to do much else, we figured we would give ...
... br> as it approached Shuck Ridge Creek. We crossed the creek and then took
the extremely steep and slippery path down to the base of Shuck Ridge
Creek Falls. The last time I was here, it had been raining and the
rocks were slick. I hoped they would be dry this time as it hadn’t
rained in a while, but no such luck. Shuck Ridge Creek is not a big
waterfall, but it’s a pretty one, with an hourglass shape. At the base
of the falls, we had a snack ...
... out of the rig, he realizes that the escort had directed him in the opposite way!
The hookups were on the other side of the rig. That means that we have to start over again. Like I said, you don't just back up and go the other way.
John simply did what he needed to do and finally got it done. When the chips are down, John knows how to continue on to get to the end with a win/win. It was the ...
... Okay, well, I can dream can't I?
The photos will take you into your dreams, I hope, of being at this home.
Built by George Washington Vanderbilt II, between 1889-1895. Apparently he took many trips with his mother abroad and he studied the architecture so that he would one day have a similar home.
There are 178,926 sq. feet of floor space; and 135,280 sq. feet of living space.