RiverStone Resort & Spa
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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Where ya'll from? blir vi spurt utrolig mange ganger om dagen her i Pigeon Forge Tennessee. Det er tydelig at det er mot normalt å være nordmann på besøk i the Smokey Mountains. Vi blir mottatt som unike gjester hvorhen vi går, det er nesten litt pinlig hvor interesserte alle er i oss, hva slags land vi bor i og språket vi snakker. Det finnes …
My next to last park in my last state, the Great Smoky Mountains Nat. Park does not lack in beauty. Part of the Blue Ridge Mts., the park is another World Heritage Site. It is also the most visited Nat. Park with about twice as many visitors as the second place Grand Canyon. Although small by western standards ( high peak 6643 ft.), ...
... 57 degrees and to the original building that was the headquarters. Jack Daniels died, indirectly, from a broken toe. His nephew, Lem Motlow, ran the business and built it into an institution with diehard followers. I swear, Bud could be Lem's twin!
Huge stainless steel vats of fermenting corn mash occupied an entire building. The great cauldrons were spitting and bubbling. Ron told us to bend down and get a whiff of ...
... searching around and finally gaining a little order to it - I have to say, he wasn't kidding about the difficulty of it with only 2 people. There were so many different tasks that you could be on with at one time, you can see how small groups of teams would work better. Anyway, we gave it our best shot, with, as promised, help from our guide from time to time, making sure we were on the right track. We didn't manage to escape... Despite failing at the ...
... a perfect day! Couldn't ask for better weather. When I first came to Tennessee in 1971 we did the very touristy thing and had our picture taken in front of the national park sign. Since it was probably my last time to be there I did the very touristy thing and had my picture taken ...