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Travel Blogs from Maggie Valley
Day 1 - Friday night, we drove from spartanburg to gatlinburg and arrived at the river terrace. It was lightly snowing on our ride up and was it was still snowing when we got to gatlinburg. We got to our room and then went for a walk to get ice cream. We got back to our room for some nice fireside time and relaxing. Day 2 - Saturday we woke up late, had some pop tarts and researched for going to ober gatlinburg. After riding up ...
... 12th and 13th centuries, Piperno, as it was knows then, was moved atop a hill where it still exists as Priverno today. Part of the ancient city is preserved and open to visitors as an archaeological area. I can't wait!
Before I sent the letters to Italy, I was already planning on going to Spain for a couple weeks. John isn't ready to go on another big trip, so I had planned on going alone. One day I was talking with Tammi on ...
... stopped at the lookout point for Looking Glass Rock. Looking Glass Rock is actually a gigantic ball of granite that was formed when magma cooled before reaching the surface and becoming a volcanic eruption of lava. The granite rock was buried for 100s of years before time and weather chipped away at the surrounding mountains exposing the rock. It is named for the way it reflects the sun off of its surface like glass.
Saturday I got up early for the group picture and then went back and woke up Ryan to go on the drive with the group. He decided to sleep in the extra hour since we had a long night of drinking. The 16 of us left in our convoy and headed over to the dam first then on our adventure through the mountains to a museum Wheels Through Time. On our way we stopped at a restaurant called the Little Princess ...
... I had to wear for the next five days.
I thought it might be nice to read, but I realized I’d forgotten to get my headlamp out of my pack. It was as inaccessible to me in this storm as it was to the bears.
“Hey, look what I found,” Julie said, and held up a chocolate fiber bar. “It was in my pocket.”
“Aaah! You can’t have that in here!” I cried. “It will attract bears!” If a bear will tear open ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking