Maggie Valley Creekside Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... were better fit for the corvette than the motor home, but we made it to Mountain Falls RV Resort in the town of Lake Toxaway, at about 3500 feet high in the Smokey Mountains of Georgia. This area was worth the drive. It is a gorgeous place, and the RV ...
... and went past Biltmore Village and the Estate....then on to downtown Asheville. It's quite hippy quaint....organic food places, some galleries, some Marley type areas, and a number of Blue Grass bus,era...quite good too! We had a beer at The Wicked Weed....supposedly the name comes from a quotation from Shakespeare? It brews its own beers and has a nice outside area. We left for our ...
Today we woke up to another lovely breakfast...this time we had Selena helping us and we had Cantelope, Baked eggs with croissant, and a peanut butter ice cream pie and freshly squeezed Apple Juice. It was cloudy to begin with but the sun broke through and it was warm and the sun filtering through the leaves of the trees was quite pretty. We drove down the I 40 to Old Fort where we took ...
... on the 20 min. Drive....Tonight was the monthly Gallery walk with free wine and snacks so we fully participated in several locations. One store called Theopolis was very nice...unusual clothes and accessories. We checked out several places to eat and settled Om Marcos for pizza....yummy and not too $$$ We ended up in the NB playing Rummikub and enjoying Klaas' scotch for the rest of the evening..tomorrow we will explore the Blue Ridge Parkway if the weather ...
At the Visitors’ Center, we approached the front desk to find out more about the Resort. The docent appeared flustered, almost as if she’d been instructed not to volunteer any information about the lodge. For instance, she couldn’t seem to tell us how to get there, even though it was where she herself was staying while volunteering at the Visitor’s Center. Her companion behind the counter did nothing more helpful than frown.
As I sought to phrase ...