Residence Inn Spartanburg
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Despite a very thick book of attractions for our perusal in the hotel room, there was really nothing for us in Spartanburg other than a Pulled Pork meal put on by the hotel as a "social hour" (when it's free you get what you pay for!) and a good night's sleep.
Tomorrow we head toward Atlanta.
Today's itinerary is reviewed and it is agreed that we shall not continue to the end of the Parkway (90 more miles or so) and we will take an alternate route to our planned night's accommodation.
After checking out of our Asheville hotel we head to a district of Asheville known as Biltmore Village. Built in the late 1890's as a classic planned …
... that stood out and were not disappointed about anything we did .... Considering all we experienced these past 3 weeks, that's saying a lot! If you ever plan to visit New Zealand or Australia we can highly recommend it. It's an extraordinary experience, one we shall not soon forget. Thanks for sharing it with us! Happy travels and we look forward to our next adventure. Coming up .... Europe ...
All our trips usually originate from home, which for us is Greenville, South Carolina.
Greenville is a medium size southern city at the base of the Appalachian mountain range. We're less than a hour from the mountains and about 3.5 hours west of beautiful, wide Atlantic beaches. Atlanta, Georgia is 2 hours to the southwest and Charlotte, North Carolina is 1 hour northeast.
While we have a very nice ...
... I have the duelling banjos ringing in my ears but luckily there's no sign of murderous hillbillies and all I see are the beautiful forest covered mountains and we make the most of the final 10 minutes of the park's opening time to see the waterfall and explore a tunnel cut into the mountain. Stumphouse tunnel was begun in 1852 to connect Charleston to Knoxville but after digging 1,617 feet through the mountain they ran out of funds. It was abandoned until 1951 ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TravelPod Member ReviewsResidence Inn Spartanburg
A large unit was more than enough for just one nights stay. Amenities very similar to Marriott's Inns & Suites.
Clean inside, outside needs a little bit of maintenance.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.