Old Edwards Inn and Spa
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... of Rugby, which is an old English settlement from the 1700s.
After the rally we were on to Sevierville TN, where we spent 4 days doing the tourist thing. From there we drove 97 miles that took us 3.5 hours driving on some two lane ...
... with Nick and Caroline and have a delightful coffee stop after about 100 miles. Another 100 miles sees us at the base of the Dragon's Tail on the edge of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The is an 11 mile stretch of road with 318 curves including some fairly tight switchbacks. People come from all over America (and the world!) to do it. There are guys on some of the corners taking photos of you on you bike to ...
... pools (1 indoor), kiddie pool, game room, pool, and ping-pong with a great work-out facility.
One recreation center had a croquet course that was covered with either AstroTurf and a very green layer of grass. This would be a highly rated area that we would love to retire. Some of the homes are expensive but are on the private lakes, it has a few snow skiing slopes, and golf for the warm months.
This past weekend was our annual Big Brevard trip for waterfalls, waterfalls, and more waterfalls! Sandy had gotten a new car, a 2013 RAV4, and so we were eager to try out the new car on a trip. We set out on Friday morning and drove out to the Brevard area and made our way to Kuykendall Group Camp in Pisgah National Forest. On the way, we stopped at the rest area in Davie County and saw a large number of Eastern Tiger ...
... is for groceries,gas, and eating out - even at fast foods and their 15% tax on almost everything adds up. We were also surprised that their tourist season is so short. Quite a few of the tourist centers had not even opened when we left. We were very surprised at just how rural most of the provinces were. Almost entirely agricultural and fishing. The people were very nice everywhere and there were still brogues - especially ...