Econo Lodge Inn and Suites
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Greenville is more of less the capital of South Carolina Upcountry, the part of state nearest mountains. It’s always impressed me as especially straight-laced and conservative area, although Anne tells me significant streak of more modern thinking does exist in some in-town neighborhoods. The Greenville County Museum of Art is quite small with displays of works by South Carolinian William Johnson and a substantial amount of Andrew ...
... a boarding pass for our flight, anywhere near our gate. Extra questioning and screening as well as passport photo verification was done before we could enter the area near our gate. At the boarding gate desk, no less than 8 people appear to be checking printed passenger lists against other lists and computer data. It's a strange feeling. You sit in you seat, watching everyone, doing your own screening and profiling. Everyone is suspect until something about their look ...
Breakfast as usual @ 8:30 am. Every morning it is a different breakfast & place mats or tablecloth & napkins & holders. Very nice ....classy! Said our goodbyes to everyone. They were all leaving this morning & new folks arriving today. We decided to head south & east along Hwy 276 again, cross the parkway & continue south through the Pisgah National Forest & Transylvania county, North Carolina. Stopped at the easiest waterfall ...
... Oak Island seemed to take forever. We finally made it to the beach house around midnight. My sister, Beth Ann, arrived several hours before us, and my cousin Joe got here right before us. He's on a photo gathering trip and will be staying for several days or however long he wants, or until we get sick of him. Whichever comes first.
Too tired to do anything else, we unpacked and hit the sack.
Year 2, Day 115-116 Lake Lanier with Nancy. We headed down from our Campground to Tryon and Lake Lanier with some time with our friend from Hilton Head Island, who has relocated to a lovely paradise in the lakes and mountainous region of SW North Carolina.
We relaxed on the deck overlooking the water and Nancy and I took a nice kayak ride to one end of ...