North Carolina's Mountains: Including Asheville, Biltmore Estate, Cherokee, and the Blue Ridge Parkway

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Globe Pequot, 2008 - Travel - 443 pages
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Whether seeking an action-packed vacation or a relaxing retreat, North Carolina's mountains offer many things to do for all interests. This comprehensive guide offers authoritative suggetions for jazz, crafts, and food festivals; golf, rockhounding, and skiing destinations; nightlife, resorts, and restaurant options, and much more.
  

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Contents

Getting Here Getting Around
25
Nightlife
56
BedandBreakfasts and Country Inns
78
Other Accommodations
109
Shopping Destinations
125
Recreation
157
Skiing
197
Attractions
233
Blue Ridge Parkway
283
Rockhounding
296
Arts and Culture
326
Mountain Crafts
366
Retirement
384
Health Care
398
Index
423
About the Authors
444

Kidstuff
252
Eastern Band of the Cherokee Nation
270

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About the author (2008)

Constance E. Richards is a freelance writer, journalist, and interpreter based in Asheville, North Carolina. She has written for Time, the London Daily Telegraph, Sports Illustrated, Fortune, Conde Nast Traveler, and many other national and international newspapers and magazines.

Kenneth L. Richards is an editor, feature columnist, poet, winemaster, educator, and tour guide. He has been an Asheville, North Carolina resident since 1979.

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