Lagoalinda Inn

Address: 333 N Lakeshore Dr, Lake Junaluska, North Carolina, 28745-9736, United States | Inn
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This inn, located on 333 N Lakeshore Dr, Lake Junaluska, is near Stompin' Ground.
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        Travel Blogs from Lake Junaluska

        Vaccines, Shots, First Aid Kits & Mosquitos

        A travel blog entry by marialoren on Oct 09, 2015

        We went to the local county Health Department today to have another series of shots ---- Hep B and Typhoid. Hep B is given in 3 shots. I will need another after 4 weeks and the last one within 4 - 6 months. Typhoid vaccine lasts for 2 years. previously had Hep A vaccination and a booster shot and updated my tetanus. We are not getting Yellow Fever or ...

        Clothes, Clothes, Clothes...What to bring

        A travel blog entry by marialoren on Oct 03, 2015

        ... to have for extended stays. Since we are only going the carry on route, I will just buy toiletries when I get to Chile. A time to try out some new and different products. Not sure what the restrictions on for International travel with liquids. Easier to just buy shampoo, etc when we get there.


        The Geographer

        A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Oct 13, 2014

        20 photos

        ... United States.

        At the time of the American revolt in the mid 1770s, King George III had proclaimed that all expansion of the American colonies west of the Appalachian Mountains should be feudal with the crown owing all and users paying feu. Jefferson led a strong campaign against the extension of feudal control mocking a system by which only the state and the church could own land. He proclaimed the right of every free man to ...

        Fellow Travelers

        A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Sep 06, 2013

        6 photos

        ... in case you were attacked by a bear or something." He told us the story of a 14-year old girl in their home state of Michigan who had recently been mauled. It turns out that no one told her what to do when you see a bear. Or, more importantly, what not to do. She ran when she saw it, and it did what predators do: gave chase. Sounds like she lived, but of course they killed the bear—we can’t let them realize out how easy humans are to catch and eat.

        We explained ...

        Asheville, NC/Blue Ridge Parkway

        A travel blog entry by gsnakehill on Jun 22, 2013

        1 comment, 20 photos

        ... of route 191 and near the entrance of the Blue Ridge Parkway. There are five loops in the park and this time we stayed in the Big John Loop, which was shaded and we did have electricity but only one of two sites have electric in this loop. Bent Creek Loop across from our loop has about four sites with electric, Hardtimes Loop – no electric and the loop closer to the lake but you still have a long walk to ...