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Travel Blogs from Bryson City
After DC we hired a car from Knoxville and headed to the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee. We stayed in a town called Gatlinburg and the only way I can describe it so that everyone understands.... It's like being at Disneyland without the rides but all the attractions and fast food restaurants that you could think of. It had so many mini golf places, Ripley's believe it or not attractions, cars from movies, old fashion ...
... and the sound of tearing were all I could discern of the beast. I considered turning on my light, but knew the fog would only throw it back at me, and maybe scare the animal away. Finally, after eight nights of refusing to plug my ears, I was getting to experience a wild animal in the wild. I listened happily as the creature, which I decided must be a wild boar, rooted around in the grass just fifteen feet from where I lay.
I woke again, later still, to an another odd ...
... shriek as he entered the water, entertainment for all. Sach's have an exclusive video of this if anyone wants to put in an order.
On the way back Chris and I checked out 'Food City' and collected another loyalty card for another grocery store that we'll probably never see again.
Due to the combined exhaustion from the past two days we decided to chill ...
... and head back.
How wrong was I. This was by far the hardest hike me and Leslie had ever done. I think it might have been the hardest thing i have ever done. The 4 miles to the falls was just one long uphill climb, we were at 3000 feet so the air was thin and seemed to be in short supply. Two miles in me and Les looked like we had been caught in a rain storm (Two sweaty cats). All the while M and L appeared to be skipping along without ...
... at the office where they informed us that our Annual Pass did not actually give us 1/2 off the camping so we had to pony up the last $30. One day this $80 annual pass will come in handy....maybe.
We were able to set our tent up before Marc and Louise arrived thus sparing us the embarrassment of the experts judging out skills first hand.
I have to say at this point we are more than craving ...
How has this condo rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting