September 24, 2008

I want YOU! come to Asheville soon

Tourists, travelers, vacationers, Asheville-loving visitors, we need you! Don't abandon us now, just because our heads are scrambled and gas stations are floundering. There is NO reason why you should avoid coming to Asheville for the weekend. (Plus, it could be worse, we could be suffering like Nashville.)

Here is why (and how):
  • Getting Gas. You can get gas coming into town from any direction. Obviously you'll want to avoid having to get gas once you're here, since waiting in long gas lines is the last thing you'll want to do on an Asheville vacation. But you shouldn't have any problem filling up on the road between home and here.
  • Location. Sleep close to what you want to do. If you want a weekend of hiking, don't stay in Asheville - don't even go into Asheville. Pick somewhere in the mountains and hike whatever trails are nearby. If you want to spend the weekend 'doing' downtown Asheville, stay close to downtown. The same, of course, goes for Biltmore Estate & Village- or anything else!!
  • Relax. Pick a cabin or vacation rental and hole up for a c0zy, relaxing weekend in the mountains or Asheville proper. You'll still help the local economy if you buy groceries and eat out once or twice.
  • Peace & quiet. Asheville is pretty quiet with the locals staying home. Downtown might be quiet enough to look like the winter season, but with bearable (even nice) weather temperatures. And waits at the most popular restaurants will be cut down. Chances like this don't come around very often!
Team Carolina Mornings is trying to think of ways to increase bookings for our owners. If you are interested in visiting Asheville in the next month or so, take a look at our listings and give one of our Vacation Specialists a call (toll free 800-770-9055). We'll do everything we can reasonably do to secure a booking with you!

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