Red Roof Inn Hendersonville

Address: 240 Mitchelle Drive, Hendersonville, North Carolina, 28792, United States | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 240 Mitchelle Drive, Hendersonville, is near Connemara, Carl Sandburg Home National Historic Site, Flat Rock Playhouse, and Etowah Valley Country Club.
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        Travel Blogs from Hendersonville

        Vaccines, Shots, First Aid Kits & Mosquitos

        A travel blog entry by marialoren on Oct 09, 2015

        We went to the local county Health Department today to have another series of shots ---- Hep B and Typhoid. Hep B is given in 3 shots. I will need another after 4 weeks and the last one within 4 - 6 months. Typhoid vaccine lasts for 2 years. previously had Hep A vaccination and a booster shot and updated my tetanus. We are not getting Yellow Fever or ...

        Clothes, Clothes, Clothes...What to bring

        A travel blog entry by marialoren on Oct 03, 2015

        ... to have for extended stays. Since we are only going the carry on route, I will just buy toiletries when I get to Chile. A time to try out some new and different products. Not sure what the restrictions on for International travel with liquids. Easier to just buy shampoo, etc when we get there.


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        Home sweet home again

        A travel blog entry by jamiemartina on May 26, 2014

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        ... build site. With MHO and HAC there was more detailing to be done, which brought a much needed pace-change to our build days. Each group had a great time with their respective build sites and learned a lot from the varied perspective of a private non-profit.

        It was so so so great to see my old HAC buds again. Felt like I hadn't been gone at all! But then again, being gone only 2 weeks doesn't quite make any heart grow fonder just yet.
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        The Biltmore Estate

        A travel blog entry by suewelsch on Sep 21, 2013

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        ... many steps between floors which were difficult for me. I liked the beautiful artwork and furniture on the main floors best.

        Seeing the Biltmore Estate was on our Bucket List, so we are pleased that we saw it. The most amazing part of the whole story is that the Vanderbilt family still owns and runs the place and some of the family still lives on the property. In this way, it is quite different from Hearst Castle, the West Coast ...

        Day 23 - Asheville - North Carolina

        A travel blog entry by traceystravels on Nov 04, 2012

        1 comment, 22 photos

        ... in 1803. At Newfound Gap you can, if you choose, join the Appalachian trial, a 2174 mile (3498 km) long walking track that covers the whole of the Appalachian mountains. I did not choose, seeing the summit was just fine for me :) Once over the mountains and in North Carolina it was off to Asheville to visit Biltmore House. This is the most visited house in the USA. It was built in 1895 by rail tycoon George W Biltmore, and it is ...