Super 8 Motel Waynesville
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... just as nice. Hopefully the fog that settled in today will lift so we can get down the mountain.
We will be leaving tomorrow for Myrtle Beach, then on to Hilton Head Island. Looks like we will be back home in Florida around the 24th of October.
... her voice as she said "well then, seeing as how this is a special occasion, let me go ahead and give you a complementary upgrade." We headed outside to find a brand-new, just washed white Ford Mustang! My mom climbed in, getting swallowed by the plush seat, just barely able to see over the dashboard! She is not a fan of this sports car but I think it's a whole lot of fun!
Can't wait to see the balloons tomorrow!
... I was hoping for history on the building of the road and a good look at the road itself. Did you know the Blue Ridge Mountains are older than the Alps or the Himalayas? … or that the New River (think 'The New River Train' - a song that Doc Watson and probably others recorded) is perhaps the oldest river in the world? This last fact I learned yesterday from the musicians at the Blue Ridge Music ...
... 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 ...
... but there was much more climbing to reach the top. Although quite a few people made the strenuous hike up, few continued on to the top of Chimney Tops. This was more rock climbing than hiking and was a little scary but lots of fun. I’m not particularly afraid of heights, but looking down the sheer drop-offs on either side was enough to give me a little bit of anxiety. The rocks go almost straight up at about a 60° angle or ...