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*Such a great place. There are so many unique places to dine in town it's hard to choose a favorite. Cathedral, Pies
Posted by: Lisa
09/10/2009 01:10 PM

I agree with the fact that the CATHEDRAL CAFE is the welcome center of Fayetteville, it is also home to some wonderfully home cooked meals, great coffee, and full of small town hospitality! The CAFE'S owner (Wendy Bayes)makes sure that everyone is treated as a friend, not just a customer.Wendy is also a former White Water raft guide,and offers up answers to many questions asked by visitors.The atmosphere in the CAFE is very friendly, and ECO friendly, from the gift shop, to the kitchen.
Posted by: Daryll Willis
09/10/2009 10:40 AM

I agree with the fact that the CATHEDRAL CAFE is the welcome center of Fayetteville, it is also home to some wonderfully home cooked meals, great coffee, and full of small town hospitality! The CAFE'S owner (Wendy Bayes)makes sure that everyone is treated as a friend, not just a customer.Wendy is also a former White Water raft guide,and offers up answers to many questions asked by visitors.The atmosphere in the CAFE is very friendly, and ECO friendly, from the gift shop, to the kitchen.
Posted by: Daryll Willis
09/10/2009 10:26 AM

ace is the place for the rafting let me tell you !!
Posted by: VIC FALLIS
09/10/2009 09:11 AM

One thing about Bridge Day that a lot of people do not know is that approximately 300 people rappel 850 feet straight down off of the catwalk underneath the bridge on 20-25 ropes. Some of the more athletic rappellers even climb back up the ropes, but I prefer the shuttle bus.
Posted by: Charlie
19/09/2009 08:22 PM

In addition to the New River, the Gauley River rafting season starts on the first weekend after Labor Day, and continues for six straight weeks of whitewater adventure.
Posted by: Anonymous
19/09/2009 02:15 AM