Grand Bohemian Hotel Asheville, Autograph Collection
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... 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. ...
... cool enough to turn on the heater. The Biltmore was of course spectacular! We saw every nook and cranny that we could see. We ate on the patio overlooking the home and later in Biltmore village had the most delicious ice cream that is made from the original Biltmore recipe. We ate at a great BBQ joint in the Arts District called 12 Bones. Long lines but well worth eating meat for! The Arts District did not ...
... I love waking up here and the energy. I have been so relaxed...for the most part. SK's behaviors-one lie about brushing teeth and sass here and there. I get so tired at night and I'm a grump. July 17- Spent the day at The Biltimore. (Secret-get the drop off pass to drop off guests at the house. Drive to Antler area to hang out) SK and Jim used audios. SK loves museums and wants to see everything. In house for 2 hours. In the ...
... rosebay rhododendron blooming along the creek and the trail. At one point, the rhododendron formed a tunnel of green leaves and white flowers to hike through. In about a mile, the trail followed another logging road and crossed Davidson River on a big bridge that led back to the parking lot. I shuttled the other drivers back to their cars at Gloucester Gap and then we packed the cars up and began the long drive ...
... George Vanderbilt so loved the area he built
his renowned Biltmore House and Estate as his mountain retreat. Developers have sought and continue to seek
parcels of land to create small and large developments for those lured to these
magical mountains. Each desiring to live
in and own a little bit of “God’s Country!”
Standing on the verandah, we have a fantastic pristine scenic view of