Monday, October 19, 2009

Brunch at The Grove Park Inn

We had a great weekend, but now feeling pretty sleepy after the driving but we did some pretty cool stuff. On Saturday morning we ate breakfast in the Opryland Hotel in Nashville we stayed across the street as their prices were a bit crazy for us!
It is a spectacular hotel and worth a visit, it has 3 huge Atrium's full of palm tree's and tropical plants even orchids, with waterfalls and streams, wow is the right word. The food was expensive and so so, so if your in Nashville just do coffee LOL
The wedding was lovely the groom even danced down the aisle!

To break the Journey we stayed in Asheville NC, my favorite mountain town.
This morning we thought why not treat ourselves to Brunch at The historic Grove Park Inn. Again we choose not to pay their prices to stay, as Asheville is blessed with lots of good hotels, although this time of year with the leaves changing it may be very busy!

It was an Oktoberfest theme with a mixture of German foods and American. I have been to Germany they did a great job.

Eggs Benedict over bratwurst and German rye, apples, ham, cheese, red cabbage and fruit.
Made to order Omelette and salmon Jasmine and I like the salmon the best
Great coffee in a lovely cup

The buffet was beautiful with even an ice sculpture in there!

They even had fresh cakes, very good

So if you are visiting the beautiful Asheville NC be sure to visit the Grove Park Inn
for Brunch its a less expensive way ($30 per adult under 5 free) to sit and relax have first class food and enjoy the best view in the State well one of them LOL

(800) 438-5800 290 Macon Ave. Asheville, NC 28804

This is Jasmine taking a post brunch nap

So where is your favorite place for brunch and do you like the idea of brunch?

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