Travel Blogs from Gatlinburg, United States

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What an Awesome cabin., Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

What an Awesome cabin.

A travel blog entry by adle123

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... couple hours with them Christmas day at this cabin and went back again Jan 3 to hang out for awhile.  This is really a beautiful place. Check it out at evolvevactionrental.com type in Gatlinburg area  then click on Kindred spirit #243577   ...

Welcome to Tennessee!, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Welcome to Tennessee!

A travel blog entry by tendashseven

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... music” as you picnic and stroll. Our “rustic” cabin in the Smokies is located about 15 miles outside of Gatlinburg.  Check out our pictures of the rustic Livin’ room, rustic master bedroom , rustic sittin’ room - Oh ...

Penguin painting project, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Penguin painting project

A travel blog entry by hollynjym

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... you can imagine.  We literally turned out of our resort and into gridlock.  We hardly moved.  2 lanes going into Gatlinburg and they were dead standstill.  As we got closer to the town itself there was a couple walking beside the road ...

"I look like a shit"

A travel blog entry by scoutso

No that is not some kind of joke, that is common jargon out of my late 60 something grandmothers mouth. Paranoid with her appearance, despite looking awesome for her age, she feels it necessary to make public statements to strangers about herself looking ...

First Night Out, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

First Night Out

A travel blog entry by griffithb

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... do. But our goal was Gatlinburg and we finally rounded the curve of 441 on the west end of of town about 6:30 p.m. Gatlinburg has changed a lot too, but it still has the same feel. People walking everywhere. After getting settled in our room, we decided ...

Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Gatlinburg

A travel blog entry by buteng1

... such as bungee jumping, alpine slides, or slingshot rides. Or you can just rent a Chalet up in the mountains and party with friends for a weekend getaway. No matter why you go to Gatlinburg or who you go with it is pretty much garunteed to be a god ...

Day 78 - Trailmanor factory fix - Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Day 78 - Trailmanor factory fix - Gatlinburg

A travel blog entry by strayerstravel

... the address we had was just north of Knoxville, TN about 140 miles away --which would require a doable 100 mile back track to Gatlinburg.  .  They returned our call -- on route - and invited us to come by and they would install the part [we had ...

Gimme some pies, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Gimme some pies

A travel blog entry by burtonll

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We decided against Cades Cove. I wanted to go, but another 50 miles of driving just would not work for us sleepless ones. We headed for Pigeon Forge, so Matt could see the glitterati there. Titanic sinking, go kart tracks, water slides, amusement ...

Pancakes, Fish, and Mountains, OH MY, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Pancakes, Fish, and Mountains, OH MY

A travel blog entry by tonnicden

Updates to come ...

Ober here, Ober there, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Ober here, Ober there

A travel blog entry by tonnicden

Ober Gatlinburg. (more to come ...

Cades Cove, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Cades Cove

A travel blog entry by yen-goossens

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We're lucky with the weather. Travel guides say to expect rain every day in the Great Smoky Mountains. We had beautiful weather today, but now, late at night, it is pouring. I'm sitting here on the balcony of our hotel room with binoculars at the ready ...

WE SLAYED, Gatlinburg and Cades Code, United States travel blog

WE SLAYED

A travel blog entry by toniefraser

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... Reagan - the terrier.  Reagan is only 2 but he has been to Alaska, the Artic Circle and done the perimeter of the United States and has NEVER asked "are we there yet?"  After leaving the Tail of the Dragon, which by the way straddles Tennesee ...

Day 21 & 22: Gatlinburg & Bristol, TN & Coeburn, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Day 21 & 22: Gatlinburg & Bristol, TN & Coeburn

A travel blog entry by kyliemarsh001

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... down building and a life-size replica of the Titanic. Yes it is a very interesting area. Once we reached the actual city of Gatlinburg, which took a bit longer than Daniel said because of all the crazy traffic, we found a good parking spot near our first ...

On top of ole'  smokey, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

On top of ole' smokey

A travel blog entry by ggibbofam

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Well today was another long day of driving. At first we went through Gatlinburg. That was a cool little town. But our main destination that day was the Smoky mountains.It is called the Smokey Mountains because of the blue mist that is constantly floating ...

Cades Cove, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Cades Cove

A travel blog entry by morrised62

Numerous hikes, numerous ...

Pancake Pantry, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Pancake Pantry

A travel blog entry by philosophizermd

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Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet Notes: Came  with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.  Overall ...

Day One, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Day One

A travel blog entry by mspl619

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We drove down to TN and stayed overnight in a hotel in Gatlinburg. The trip was less than 11 hours. The hotel is very nice, with a great view of the mountains from our ...

Day 17: A new state, a new challenge, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Day 17: A new state, a new challenge

A travel blog entry by breezer.hill

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... a picture in front of the state line sign (which I found to be slightly disappointing) and headed out for our 15 mile descent into Gatlinburg. YES! It was only then that the mellow rain storm of before decided to come back in full force, more of a monsoon ...

Hardest Day of the Trip? I'll take two, please., Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Hardest Day of the Trip? I'll take two, please.

A travel blog entry by jamiemartina

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... ascent up the Great Smokies led us directly to the Tenessee and North Carolina state line. From there into Gatlinburg was one nice looooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooong descent. Gatlinburg is also a carnival town, wtf, who decided that town should ...

Placeholder, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Placeholder

A travel blog entry by pete11

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Notes: something out of road food / ddd (check with sin), Pigeon Forge, Gatlinburg, fire on the ...

Packed, Loaded, and On The Road!, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Packed, Loaded, and On The Road!

A travel blog entry by walnut

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Rolling!!!!! ...

Gatlinburg and Smoky Mtn, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Gatlinburg and Smoky Mtn

A travel blog entry by sparcat

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... crosses the road. I have posted pictures of the trail. Ron walked a little ways on the trail.  Then we went into Gatlinburg, which I described yesterday. It is like a kids, Las Vegas. We tasted lots of moonshine, some of it was 100 proof. Gatlinburg ...

Birthday....., Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Birthday.....

A travel blog entry by road_tripper

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The day started out great, was raining, so we decided to stay another day. Did the usual, hit up the outdoor storerabbed a bite to eat, and then decided tinto go out by myself for a bit. Stopped by a bar and had a drink or two, then walked around ...

A Smoky Mountain adventure, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

A Smoky Mountain adventure

A travel blog entry by martinsnet

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... the side of the road near the end of our tour. By late afternoon we wrapped up our Cade's Cove adventure and arrived in Gatlinburg just before dinner. After a quick check into the hotel we then walked a short distance up the street to Bennett's BBQ Pit. ...

Heading Back South to Tennessee, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Heading Back South to Tennessee

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

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... .  Mike loved it!  I took one bite and could taste the sweet pinto beans.  Yuck!  Next we drove to Gatlinburg. We drove through the town of Seiverville which is the home of Dolly Parton.  There is a statue in the town square of ...

Whitewater Rafting and Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Whitewater Rafting and Gatlinburg

A travel blog entry by pjandbubba

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... around 5800.  Had a beautiful view of Gatlinburg and the Smokies.     Then we did some more shopping in Gatlinburg, found an incredible Italian restaurant and rolled home from all the food.  Lord help me get into my pants the rest ...

Somewhere Over The Rainbow, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Somewhere Over The Rainbow

A travel blog entry by jamiealayne

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... a game of baseball. Jesus throws him an object and God hits it far. As it lands God looks at his placement and simply states "that will do". And again I'll say, nature is a beautiful and wonderful gift. Today I had the opportunity to go hiking with a ...

We hike one of the Natl Park Trails, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

We hike one of the Natl Park Trails

A travel blog entry by marty_chrissie

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... lunch about 3pm only 0.3miles from our car there having been nowhere to sit for a picnic along the trail. Typical! We headed back into Gatlinburg but $10 parking and the fact we were knackered meant that our only stop was in a BW carpark to pick up an ...

Day 5: Our Final Hike & Gatlinburg, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Day 5: Our Final Hike & Gatlinburg

A travel blog entry by bnthms88

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... with "F" and ending with "u" which made it very clear that Mt. LeConte would have to happen on another day :). Exploring Gatlinburg 2.3 miles later and freshly down the mountain, we set off for our hotel, the Microtel Inn and Suites, in Gatlinburg. To ...

Strolling to the Falls, Gatlinburg, United States travel blog

Strolling to the Falls

A travel blog entry by loriatlarge

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... 6/7/13. After breakfast our 4-gen troop piled into the van and off we went to explore some of the waterfalls of the Gatlinburg area. All along the way our road followed the mountain streams such as this. First stop was Newfound Gap located on the ...

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