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... just as nice. Hopefully the fog that settled in today will lift so we can get down the mountain.
We will be leaving tomorrow for Myrtle Beach, then on to Hilton Head Island. Looks like we will be back home in Florida around the 24th of October.
... duffle bag in. Exiting the plane, my mom managed to tangle the strap of her backpack on the seat, causing us to get briefly separated. Once in the terminal, we boarded the sky tram --which seemed like the only way to get there--taking the very long, but scenic route from terminal B to terminal C. Of course with not a lot of time to spare, this delay was cause for a bit of worry. But we made it with time to spare and even ...
... After that I found my way to the Biltmore Estate. It’s a huge tourist attraction just outside of Asheville, built by George W. Vanderbilt starting in 1889. It took 6 years to complete. The place is gynormous. You have to drive about 5 km past the entrance before you even get to the house (it’s an 8000 acre property) and then it’s about another 10 kms to get back to the exit. I only visited ...
At the bottom, and back at the visitors centre we embarked on a short trail to see a waterfall called the Cataract Falls. This was more of a peaceful stroll on flat land but the waterfall was beautiful as always.
As we had a very long 400 mile drive to the next stop we set off on the road, stopping for dinner at Denny's before reaching our destination and checking into a motel for some sleep. ...
... and camelbaks, and we were off.
The drive in the Biltmore turned out to be part of the adventure. The grounds are immaculate and you drive quite awhile on a meandering 1-way road through the woods. A ton of small wildlife can be seen, brooks, creeks, trees, bamboo forest. We had to turn off the AC and open the windows to engulf that cool mountain fresh air.
We ended up at the parking lot, took the shuttle, and ...