- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... way I can describe this town is the Aspen, CO of North Carolina. It is quaint, the shopping is Rodeo-Drive-ish, there are several gated "country clubs" scattered in the town and the average home price is well over 1 million dollars. Needless to say, we took a tour of the town and marveled at the real estate!
Jeff's Grandparents took us to see the old Chandler Shell where Jeff used to work and the quaint cottage the used ...
... thin streams of water on the right side with a delicate, stringy look. It was really beautiful. We climbed out on the rocks to get some pictures then headed back. We continued up Big Cove Road back into Great Smoky Mountains National Park and parked at the trailhead for Hyatt Ridge Trail. Our goal was Enloe Creek Falls. We tried unsuccessfully to get this waterfall two years ago. There’s no trail to the falls ...
... level was a little low and much of it was obscured by foliage. Nonetheless, it was a pretty waterfall that doesn’t require much effort to see it. Continuing on the trail for about a half-mile, we came to a split and turned right on Indian Creek Trail. Almost immediately, there was a spur trail to the left that led down to a view of Indian Creek Falls. It’s a 20-foot cascading waterfall ...
... upstream for a ways and was very scenic. In about 2 miles from the trailhead, we came across an old car just off the trail that was peppered with bullet holes. I don’t know if this car was used in illegal activities or if it got shot up for target practice after it had broken down. But either way, we had some fun getting pictures and pretending to be gangsters in the bullet-ridden car. Right ...
... We tried to find the nearby Mooney Falls, but didn’t have any luck finding the trailhead, so we continued on. Back at US-64, we went east for a short ways and got on Wayah Road. In about 6 miles, we turned left on Forest Service Road 388 (Boardtree Road). This road isn’t listed on the GPS and it though we were driving off road. But there was a road here and we followed it about 2 miles to the trailhead for Rufus Morgan Falls Trail (#27). ...