Days Inn Charlotte Airport / Coliseum

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

3101 Scott Futrell Dr, I-85 & B. Graham Pkwy Exit 33, Charlotte, N Carolina, 28208, United States
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 31% lower than similarly priced 2 star hotels

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  • Families15
  • Couples25
  • Solo28
  • Business37

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Visiting The Blue Ridge Parkway.

by Paris_Deangello

The Parkway boasts a surprising variety of plants and wildlife. For those who want to experience these resources first-hand, there are more than 300 miles of hiking trails and a full range of other recreational and educational opportunities, including nine campgrounds, 11 picnic areas, and more than a dozen visitor centers. Concessionaire-operated lodges, restaurants and other facilities, located at intervals, offer all the essential travel services.
For anyone who wishes to get next to nature the parkway forces you to slow down, pull over, and see the beauty of natural gods.Seeing the site with family and kinsman is all the more full spectacular.

Re: Visiting The Blue Ridge Parkway.

by fredw

you might also mention , its follow on, skyline drive. they both provide some of the finest outdoor scenery and history in the eastern US. It took me over 10 years to complete the drive.

Re: Visiting The Blue Ridge Parkway.

by wachman

I'm originally from Virginia and attended college in Southwestern VA. I can attest to the amazing beauty and wildlife found here. Grayson Highlands is an awesome State park on the Appalachain Trail. The Appalachain Trail is a continuous hiking trail that runs from Maine to Georgia. Happy trails!

Re: Visiting The Blue Ridge Parkway.

by phil55

When do the Rhododendrons start blooming down there. I visit my sister down in Florida every spring and do some of the Parkway on the way back home. I do it in early May but next year I want to when the Rhododendrons are blooming.

Travel Tips for Charlotte

Rare, but possible

by acemj

Well, in late February of 2004, Charlotte had the worst blizzard that I've ever seen down here. In fact, it was the second most snowfall in the history of the city with about 15 inches falling in my backyard.

Not surprisingly, the city shut down. I even got my car stuck in my driveway trying to drive to the store to get some groceries.

If you don't want to drive the...

by acemj

If you don't want to drive the hour and a half to Asheville, but you still want a taste of the beauty of the North Carolina mountains, just drive the 35 minutes to Crowder's Mountain National Park on the west side of Gastonia (Take I-85 or Hwy. 74 West).
The trails are lovely and the views at the top are worth the hike.

Like Champagne Brunch?

by bdbrewer about Charly's Restaurant

Ambience was high ceiling and a little industrial looking. We were in town for Barbara's high school reunion. These people were either students or spouses of students from the party the night before. Most had eggs benedict. Nobody complained. The mimosas were great (champagne and orange juice)

Fun Sushi!

by FreeCloud about Sushi 101- Noodle Sushi Bar

The deco is funky and comfortable.

It is located on one of the strip shopping area: Shops at Woodlawn Road

Details later also see their website.

M-F: 11:30 AM -2:30 PM
M-Th: 4:30 PM - 11:00 PM
F/Sat: 4:30 PM - 12:00 AM
Sun: 2:00 PM - 11:00 PM Extensive menu, not just Sushi. Huge quantity. Very fresh.

Details later.

The comeback kid . . .

by acemj about Knife & Fork

The original Knife & Fork opened in the 1960s, but sadly it closed a few years back. Bummer for me. I remember going here at 2 or 3 in the morning because it was the only place that was open still serving a greasy burger. The strictly "diner" style menu changed a bit when it reopened in 2003 under the ownership and direction of a New Yorker (gasp!), who goes by the name, "Otto" Graham. The interior was redone and now it looks like a cleaned up diner at best; a new place trying to look old, at worst. They added some slightly more high brow items on the menu and now serve alcohol, but all in all, the food is still good. My first "revisit" to the new Knife & Fork was with fellow VTer b1bob in March of 2004. I figured this would be his kind of place and as it turns out, he enjoyed his meal. I've heard that the place still serves unbelievable mac and cheese, but I can confirm with certainty that the corn chowder is awesome. Still, I can't decided if the reincarnation is better or worse than the good, old, greasy spoon that once was . . .


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Address: 3101 Scott Futrell Dr, I-85 & B. Graham Pkwy Exit 33, Charlotte, N Carolina, 28208, United States