American Eagle Inn
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- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews American Eagle Inn Monteagle
Travel Blogs from Monteagle
... a second one bottling. That process used an automatic system to start the pour, but first he had to select an empty bottle, and individually connect it to one of the four pouring nozzles. Once connected, the whisky started flowing automatically. They even allowed us to set one up. At the conclusion of the tour he took us into the little sampling bar at the rear, where two more staff had lined up a selection of 2 different ...
... but no breakfast. Went for a walk for about 1.5kms or so and found the Terminal Brewhouse. A boutique, craft brewery, that operates as a bar/restaurant as well. Nice local beer, and also sampled a bourbon from the Chattanooga distillery that we could see across the road. Will try to do a tour of that one tomorrow. While at the Brewhouse, had a snack tea of a chicken salad, which was chicken pieces done in ...
... really couldn't believe just how wide the Tennessee River actually is. We followed the river walk for at least 3 miles, it was very well done and will leave a lasting impression on how lovely Chattanooga is. Although very modern in parts, it all blends in to create a nice feel. We could not leave without visiting the Chattanooga Choo Choo, which is basically a venue now for shopping, dining and weddings situated in the old station. ...
... highway passed the huge river on which the city stands, the tall buildings of downtown appeared on the horizon and we continued our journey arriving in another of the states in the U.S. We arrived, checked in, rushed to the room, iPad at the ready, we punched in the code. The trusted MCC page came up with 7 wickets down and England still 90 runs ahead! How sweet, at least now we had gained an hour, we don't need to listen tomorrow morning until 6am, oh ...
... an indoor/outdoor climbing wall downtown, along with lots of great bars and restaurants. And of course their is quite a bit of Civil War History. If you go to Chattanooga, you must go up to Lookout Mountain. Not only is it an historical Civil War site, but the views are incredible and all the homes are lovely and charming, with Fairy tale street names like Red Riding Hood Rd. and Peter Pan Way. I was lucky enough ...