Ramada Hendersonville

150 Sugarloaf Rd, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 28792, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on 150 Sugarloaf Rd, Hendersonville, is near Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Flat Rock Playhouse, Connemara, and Etowah Valley Country Club.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Hendersonville

There's a kind of hush...

A travel blog entry by janeyjay on Aug 03, 2014

1 comment

... VA. Leaving just a four hour drive for today. In bright sunshine. And cloudless skies. Hot damn.

Smaller bites of travel gave me a more relaxed demeanor and it was an eye-opening, refreshing joy to drive through the rolling hills of the South. Where there are juxtapositions of old and new literally feet apart -- modern farm equipment next to what was once a functioning, proud barn but is now a structure dilapidated, rotting wood embraced by vine and neglect. ...

Pisgua National Forest - Asheville, NC

A travel blog entry by jimhorak on Jul 21, 2014

53 photos

... As expected, there were old worn warehouses which artists had occupied and set up shop.  They left the commercialism behind and focused on the art.  It was wonderful to see them at work! Nellie got to go with us on our adventure to Chimney Rock & Lake Lure.  She bounded up 26 flights of steps only stopping to allow us to catch our breath!  The views were spectacular from the top.  We then took a path to the ...

Day 10 - Tail of the Dragon

A travel blog entry by sarrdh on Jul 26, 2013

15 photos

... to her. As we entered the 11 mile stretch with 318 curves, the famed Tree of Shame ( deceased motorcycle parts ) hung at the gait to the Dragon. The road was wet, slick and curving with 90 degree switchbacks every where we went. Five cameramen (three Killboy and two 129 Photos.com) were strategically located along the route. Of course, you can buy your photo. There was only one wreck that we saw, an ...

In Conclusion ...

A travel blog entry by jimandi on Oct 10, 2012

... by trade and at heart, we especially appreciated how everything came together with little or no negative surprises.

The technology of the internet and mobile devices, particularly the Ipad and Iphone, enabled us to maintain continuity at home (paying bills, maneuvering funds and keeping contact with family and friends). Consequently, being ...

Shop "til You Drop

A travel blog entry by chester5 on Oct 09, 2012

3 comments, 4 photos

This weekend was awesome! I spent the weekend with Dulce. Friday after school we watched the movie "Judy Moody" and went to Westgate Mall. I just love shopping with the girls! Kallie needed some help picking out jewelry at Glitter, but thanks to my great taste, she got some stylish bling bling. We ate dinner at Chic-fil-A. I don't understand how these ...