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- Continental Breakfast
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Our last stop has been Gatlinburg, TN. We enjoyed our visit to the Dixie Stampede and Dollywood. Jim looked all over the place, high and low but never saw Dolly! We ran into the Compton's from Lexington who happened to be here too. We enjoyed having dinner together with Ben, Suzanne, Charlie and Nancy. It was nice to have friends to enjoy a meal with again.
It will be wonderful to be back in South Carolina even though there will be lots of changes from ...
... just watching traffic go by. WHAT? That is positively bizarre behaviour! And if that isn't enough punishment, Jude and I treat ourselves to some more! We spy a diner, stop and gather our courage, and head in to explore options. It is rather late by this time so it is a little late thus we both decide to go puddings. I figure I can walk it off afterwards. I was not exactly prepared to receive what came out of the kitchen! That being said, ...
... After getting my stuff together, I hiked down past the gate and went left at the fork. The trail loops around and then follows West Fork Tuckaseegee River upstream. In about a mile and a half, flagging tape indicated a short spur trail to the right that led to the river. Across the river, Rough Run flowed into West Fork Tuckaseegee River at Rough Run or Thurston Hatcher Falls. The other side of the river is ...
... drove to Asheville, North Carolina (40 minutes from Marion) then
onto Yogi in the Smokies near Cherokee NC. The GPS sent us up into
the mountains then onto a very small road. We stopped before we had
driven up it properly and thought since it looked barely big enough
for a car, it may not be ok to go up it with an RV. Good choice!
Backing back we found an alternative route and arrived in one piece
and with little stress which I imagine it ...
... the same as yesterday as we all headed off for the Blue Ridge Park Skyway. This road runs across the top of the blue ridge mountains for about 500 miles, we only did about 50miles of it as it was very cold at 6000ft and yesterday they had hailstone, we stopped off for a spot of lunch Pisgah Inn. While there you ...