Rodeway Inn Brevard
Travel Blogs from Brevard
... He was going really slow and did not look comfortable. After a few miles we pulled over and he broke the bad news. He said he couldn't hold a line with it. It wanted to go anywhere but straight. It was like he just told me my girlfriend was fat am ugly. His bike felt like my kids tricycle. It was so easy to flip from one side to ...
... and there were too many stairs for someone who is handicapped. so we borrowed one of their wheel chairs, so I could sit in it and John could push it and lean on it. This also enabled us to take an elevator between the two main floors. Unfortunately, we had to climb to the other floors on the stairs.
We ate a lovely, but expensive, lunch in the cafe at the stables and then headed to our reserved Butler's Tour, which was recommended by ...
... drive was beautiful. Along the way, we stopped to buy groceries and gas in Marion, Virginia.
One of the most noticeable features of the drive was the kudzu everywhere. I had seen it before, but not in such great abundance. We can read about this invasive vine taking over the South, but until it is seen for oneself, it cannot be imagined. ...
... the car, we left the park and got back on SC-11, stopping for a
roadside waterfall on our way back to Caesars Head. Wildcat Branch Falls is a nice cascading
waterfall right on the side of SC-11 between US-276 and Jones Gap. There is a nice-sized parking area here and a
vendor had set up a truck selling boiled peanuts, ice cream, and other
snacks. We stopped for just a couple
We woke up early again and quickly broke camp, then making
our way to Pickens County. From the
camp, we took SC-107 north almost to NC, then SC-130 down to SC-11 to cross
Lake Jocassee/Lake Keowee. Just across
the lake, we turned on Cleo Chapman Highway and took this to Eastatoe Community
Road and turned on Water Falls Road.
This road terminates at the trailhead for Twin Falls. The hike to Twin Falls is ...