The Phoenix, Greenville's Inn
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Banquet room
- Room service
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... were limited. In this kind of environment, it is indeed difficult to relax and we were therefore, subject to some level of underlying stress. The highlights of our adventure were cruising the Baltics with Andy & Lucie, our two day visit to St Petersburg, Russia, completing the Camino de Santiago de Compostela-Frances, driving through Portugal and southern Spain and chillin' at our Villa in Costa del Sol, Spain. Planning is everything and if we had to do it again, we would ...
... find the waterfall or confusion from too much moonshine? Either way, it’s a pretty nice waterfall even with the low water flow. A fallen log split the waterfall where the two streams converge. Then we climbed back up to the second mess of downed trees and followed the path back. Fortunately, on the hike back, most of the spider webs were still cleared from our hike in. From Asbury Hills, we headed west back into Pickens County and took US-178 ...
... Branch Trail. I followed this for about a mile and turned left on Wintergreen Falls Trail. It was about a half-mile to where the trail ends at Grassy Creek. From here, I had to scramble over some big boulders for a view of Wintergreen Falls. Although not big, it’s a very scenic waterfall and much less crowded than the more popular waterfalls on Little River. It's more scenic that Grassy ...
... you could have fit even the smallest item in that trunk the way he had it packed. Each stop we would rearrange the mass of dirty laundry, toiletries, etc. until by the last stop we were down to one small carry-on with toiletries and one clean outfit for each of us. He was also the master driver doing all but 2 hours of the driving on this trip. If he was not able to drive these long stretches, there is no way we would be able to travel as much as we do now. After one ...
... an actual calving, we saw plenty of ice floating in the bay at the foot of the glacier. The hiking in Glacier Bay wasn't great, but we got a few miles in.
In Kobuk Valley and Gates of the Arctic, the main goal was just to actually set foot in the parks and walk around a bit. At Kobuk Valley, we landed on the Kobuk River where we hiked along the shore for a mile or so, returning to our plane by bushwhacking through some of the tundra slightly ...