Rodeway Inn & Suites at Biltmore Square
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... picture tells a story, then every one of these buildings could most likely write a book. Makes me want to get a bit more proficient with my picture-taking skills and do some capturing on film.
And as I drove down the highway, especially in Virginia, the dark brown road signs of the park service were plentiful, announcing the nearby presence of some tangible piece of American history. It amazes me, to look at the terrain -- steep hilly and dense with ...
We pulled into a very small six spot park and picked out our spot next to a babbling creek that was nestled up to the Pisgua National Forest. It was a beautiful, peaceful spot. We stayed very busy here visiting the Biltmore, Chimney Rock, Lake Lure, downtown Asheville, River Arts District and East Asheville, The weather cooled off a bit into the mid 80's and being cradled between the mountains, our campsite was even cooler with ...
... happens to be a favorite throughout the youth group. When we got home, we popped in White House Down. Most of us decided to go play outside, while the others watched the movie. The movie was over and we jumped straight into dinner. We had a ton of different food to eat, including hot dogs and chicken to name a few. After dinner we had a very insightful time of worship in which we all took part ...
Today was a very eventful day. We woke
up to a breakfast with cereal and Pop-Tarts. Our plan for the day
was to go up to the mountains. After that we would go into Gatlinburg
and pigeon forge to shop and have fun. When we finished with
breakfast, everybody got ready to go. We all hopped in the van and
started off on our adventure. On the drive there, it began to rain.
We decided ...
... 1900 the construction of the Main Dairy and Horse Barn began. George Vanderbilt died in 1914 at the age of 51 and is buried in the Vanderbilt family mausoleum on Staten Island. Biltmore remains a family business.
When we finished touring the house we had lunch at the Bakery. We had planned to walk through the gardens after lunch, but it started raining so we just drove through the walled garden. We drove ...