Quality Inn Sylva
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Sehr freundlicher Service, die Zimmer sehr sauber und ruhig. Absolut empfehlenswert.
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This past weekend, I headed to the mountains to see High Falls on West Fork Tuckaseegee River. August 22 would be the last time this year that Duke Energy would be opening the dam on Lake Glenville for a whitewater release. Sandy had to work this weekend, so I headed out solo. I drove up Friday evening and stayed at the Quality Inn in Sylva, as I …
... walked passed their house to the waterfall at the back of their garden. It was so beautiful, and amazing to think that someone lives with this in their yard! We felt like the owners could easily charge a fee to enter their property, or at least take donations for a local charity.
From there most of the falls were a short drive away from each other, but they were all up and down very windy mountain roads. This is not a trip for someone prone to motion sickness! We saw falls ...
... tried to find somewhere for dinner. We had to make a few calls but were able to find a really lovely restaurant in town. The food was delicious, and we were both excited to see steamed vegetables on our plate, something we had missed with the recent emphasis on typical southern cuisine! We had a lovely dinner, then walked back to our room to callapse for another night. Damien has a full day of waterfalls planned for ...
Weather was kind to us again today it threatened to rain a few times but we all stayed dry. We also got to ride the Cherohala Skyway its at about 5000ft and is an uninterrupted twisty road with very little traffic on it. We got sent on ahead as I ride at a slightly faster pace, we saw no more than 10 vehicles ...
... like Julie, but with a lean, athletic build that speaks of a healthy, active, lifestyle. She’s nine years older than I am, and has bad knees, but still hiked faster than I did.
But even though I came in last, I finished the hike without exhausting myself, and considered that a good day.
Everyone says going downhill is harder than going up, and I got a chance to test that out on days three and four. For some people, downhill means their toes jam into ...