Maggie Valley Inn and Conference Center
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... at the Cherokee Reservation. It is very commercialised, lots of tourist shops, motels and the casino. We were dropped in downtown Asheville for dinner and went to the Wayside Diner. Finally got to hotel at 8:20pm. Saw the difference of Southern hospitality, they had complimentary cupcakes and cookies and breakfast is included down south. Although spent most of day sitting on bus, am very ...
... 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 ...
I shall start off this blog with many thanks for the generous donation to help my trip to Haiti, I am extremely excited to go and with the people there as I strive to follow God's calling and impact their lives. As of the moment I have received $600 and in need to make it to $1,500 thus only $900 left to cover my trip!
Since arriving at OMC, I have been busy and on the go for most of the weeks. I started out by pulling gear needed for our 3 day SHERPA ...
... is time to move on. It's been good to have a break from the motels and it's been good to have the company of other people especially Bob and Jude and we can't thank them enough for their generosity and hospitality. Also through them we have met so many interesting people and ridden and seen so much that we would ...
... trailhead for Chimney Tops, shortly before Newfound Gap. Since it was already a little later in the morning, the parking lot was almost full. Jim got the last open parking spot and we were able to pull in behind another car that was leaving. We seemed to have been very lucky on this trip in getting the last available parking spots everywhere we went. The hike up to the Chimney Tops is a strenuous two miles. The trail initially ...