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Old 05-17-2015, 12:21 PM   #1
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Old 05-18-2015, 07:23 PM   #2
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Vist the Biltmore Estate. Go to Maggie Valley. Explore the Blue Ridge Parkway. Go to Cherokee, NC. Sit out and enjoy the mountains.
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Chimney Rock State Park is a nice day trip. If you are into hiking/climbing you can climb the rock (stairs). Scenes from Last of the Mohicans were filmed there.

The Asheville Tourists are a great nite at the ballpark, great little stadium. Class A ball, I believe.
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The Highlands

We were told by a friend to visit the "Highlands" It looks like a great town with antique stores and dining spots. The area seems to also have numerous waterfalls. I haven't researched it very much as we aren't going until the end of summer.
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A friend from work is headed there this weekend. He said they have a large concentration of micro-breweries amongst other great things to do.
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Walk around the downtown area on a sunny day.

Take the boat tour at Lake Lure, runs every hour on the hour, very relaxing.
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We were told by a friend to visit the "Highlands" It looks like a great town with antique stores and dining spots. The area seems to also have numerous waterfalls. I haven't researched it very much as we aren't going until the end of summer.
Highlands, NC is a quaint little town in the mountains. There are about a dozen waterfalls on an eleven mile stretch of road there. You would need a toad or car since a MH would be too large to park to walk to the falls. The area is beautiful.
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Yes on Biltmore, Chimney Rock and the park way. Check out the city, lots of interesting history any some good restraunts. When we go to Asheville we normally spend two weeks and have yet to run out of things to do.
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White water rafting

Go to hot springs and go white water rafting, it's great fun and they feed you lunch. Also the village of hot springs is a nice little place to visit.
Also Asheville has a great down town for a night out!
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