Terrace Hotel

Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, 28745, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Lake Junaluska, is near Stompin' Ground.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Terrace Hotel Lake Junaluska

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    Travel Blogs from Lake Junaluska

    Spending time in the Smokey Mountains

    A travel blog entry by dolsontravels on Oct 12, 2014

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    ... that took 2 hours and we walked 2 miles and went 230 feet underground. After that we went on to rally with 21 other Floridians in Crossville, TN. There is lots to do and see in Crossville. We visited an amish community one day, and another day went to ...

    For my mom's birthday--an upgrade!

    A travel blog entry by 2vagabonds on Oct 08, 2014

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    ... that we tried ***********tain.

    We found our way to the shuttle and then to the rental car center and then navigated to our company. The woman behind the desk was smiley and unrushed and as she got the paperwork ready, I told her that this trip was a gift for my mom's birthday and that we were excited to see the balloon festival. We chatted pleasantly as she got things ready. Then she smiled and leaned ...

    A Busy Day

    A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 08, 2014

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    … and another pretty good day. I made it to Asheville by about 12:30 and the first thing I did was visit the Blue Ridge Folk Art Centre. It’s along the Blue Ridge Parkway but only about a mile off the freeway and very close to Asheville. They have some very beautiful crafts to sell and some galleries filled with pieces by local artists along with information about the history of the centre. ...

    Fellow Travelers

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 06, 2013

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    ... bears rarely attack people. Also, if you are not already experienced handling a weapon when adrenaline is shooting through your body, you aren’t going to be able to draw, aim, and fire with any accuracy before that 400 pounds of charging bear is eating your head. Pepper spray is a much better way to deal with a dangerous bear. You don’t need to aim it, and the cayenne really hurts their sensitive noses. As an added bonus, the bears learn to associate that awful pain ...

    For Your Eyes Only....

    A travel blog entry by alankar1986 on Oct 12, 2012

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    ... can be seen in this cave. We saw stalactites and stalagmites in their purest and untouched forms and that was amazing. The temperature falls exponentially when you go below the ground level and it was freezing cold down there when it was around 75 deg F outside. A small creek of water flows throughout the caves and ends as a waterfall at one point. From there we went back to our Cabin and enjoyed a drink together in the Hot Tub.

    The next morning we left ...