Maggie Valley Inn and Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Today was supposed to be a rain day so we planned things that didn't require good weather. As it turned out it was a beautiful day - probably over 19 degrees!! We started out at the Folk Center - many great pieces from local artisans including quilting, pottery, paintings, woodworking, jewellery no more. Then we drove to the Builtmore Estate - home of the Vanderbuilts. We didn't actually see it ... A very ...
We left this morning around 8:50 - travelling to Ashville today. It was a lovely drive through the mountains. More colour in the trees than what we saw in the park. 15 degrees today!! Arrived at Lake Powhatan State park near Ashville around noon. Found 2 campsites, set up camp, had lunch and headed out for a hike on Mt. Mitchell. We wanted to go to the top of the highest point in the eastern states ( Mt. Mitchell 6647ft high). Upon ...
After meeting lots of friends in NYC and New Jersey, we are heading to the smoky mountain.
Gatlinburg in Tennessee has been chosen for our stay.
Car, water bottle, drone are loaded, let's head here !!!!
More information and photos and video are upcoming.
Thank you all. ...
On the morning of the fourteenth of July, we began our journey at four in the morning. Having met at 3:45, we took fifteen minutes to get everything in the van. The van was packed tight for our week long journey. Almost immediately after we left the church, Amanda forgot her jacket. Joe, very patient, turned around and went back to get not just her jacket, but some street eats for anyone in need. Again we left, sure we had everything. As soon as we got on the ...
... out on trails. But the birds? What was that about?
The Smokies get something like nine million visitors a year, unsurprising given that the park is a day’s ride or less from a lot of major metropolitan areas. But many of these visitors don’t spend much time walking around in the park, opting instead to drive some scenic routes or stop at a well-known vista. One of the most popular of these is Clingman's Dome, the highest point in the Smokies. You park your ...