Travel Blogs from Asheville
... Going from dry arid west to verdant green of the east is like looking at two sides of the coin as is negotiating the old and tired LAX compared to the relative newness of Atlanta airport. Although lugging four HEAVY bags is not easy no matter what the airport is like. Traveling through Georgia to get to Greenville, South Carolina was a very long way (not sure how we'll go driving from Roanoke ...
... so that vegetation was wet. Dan had a machete and chopped away at some of it, but it did little to help. The trail crossed the forest road a couple of times and after about an hour and a half, we made it to the summit of Pilot Mountain. Although there were still quite a few clouds in the sky, we were actually higher than most and had some nice views over the mountains from up here. We stopped here for a ...
... of fags!" Whilst another one was shouting "y'all gay!" Worried that things were gonna escalate,bwe quickly made it for the car before one could pull some kind of hillbilly weapon on us. Drove up to Asheville checked into Ramada Hotel a nice on the outskirts. Bought a couple of burgers and using our disposable BBQ that we hadn't used from the last time, we cooked up some burgers and bacon over looking the rolling landscape of the Blue Ridge Parkway as sunset. Cracked open some ...
Added another fast food joint to our ever expanding list. Waffle House for breakfast where they frantically make your food in front of you as you sit round the open plan kitchen and watch the chaos. Left the place topped up on sugar and feeling stressed from just watching them all try get their orders in first so they increase their chance of getting a tip. Still, only costing us $5 for a big breakfast can't complain. Drove ...
power of a BLT! A favorite southern
sandwich, a traditional BLT is made up of just five ingredients: bacon, lettuce,
tomato, mayonnaise and bread. Sitting on
the verandah of the sales office of Walnut Cove Realty, Kent Smith, Founder and
President, reveals the exciting tale of the Elliston family's dream to develop the
family homestead, 600 acres of pastureland in Avery’s Creek – just 15 minutes
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