Richmond Hill Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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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 ...
... After that I found my way to the Biltmore Estate. It’s a huge tourist attraction just outside of Asheville, built by George W. Vanderbilt starting in 1889. It took 6 years to complete. The place is gynormous. You have to drive about 5 km past the entrance before you even get to the house (it’s an 8000 acre property) and then it’s about another 10 kms to get back to the exit. I only visited ...
Another warm day but a little cloudy this morning. We woke up to the aroma of fresh coffee and ate with I and Klaas in the little alcove in the living room. We started with Homemade granola, yogurt and cream, Apple French toast and pumpkin cheesecake in shot glasses. Pretty yummy!! Inez wasn't feeling too well so decided to stay in this morning....Walter and I took a drive on Ray Hill Road ...
... food was only so-so....I had the pulled pork sandwich which was quite ordinary. Then we exited the Parkway at the Looking Glass Falls road and went to the local grocery store Ingles and bought some crackers and apples to go with the cheese and wine. We joined Pam and Simon on the back patio and we had a nice evening talking about all sorts of things. Tomorrow we are off to Asheville to ...
Imagine a house of 250-rooms! Larger than a castle! Property encompassing 125,000 acres! Relive the Gilded Age with a visit to America's largest home. George Vanderbilt’s vision of an "escape from everyday life," the Biltmore invites all to explore and experience this enchanting mountain chateau. While Downton Abbey depicts the lives of the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants in the post-Edwardian era, ...