BEST WESTERN Cades Cove Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... to be fully soaked. Next 100 miles, fog, mist, rain, elevation change, tunnels, lowland - humidity, bugs. Transition back to climb, rocks, tunnels, fog, mist, rain, hairpins. Next 100 miles more of the same with local traffic that were experts in front or behind us. Turns out this is a dry county, so no victory drink. Sandy scored us the Bubble Jacuzzi Suite which was a well kept surprise! Watched Shark Tank and prepared to Slay the ...
Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg the amusement and adventureland of Tennessee. Never seen so many different mini golf courses, go cart tracks, and other attractions lining a main city street. These places are alive with tourists and cause major traffic jams. Don't travel on fridays we learnt.
Hectic place geared up for the 10 million visitors to the Smokey Mountains per year. ...
... to be hiking. The car park is jam packed, this is a good sign there must not be alot of bears here! We are in the Appalachain mountain range, this area of the range is located within the smoky mountains national park. This trail is called the Alum cake nature trail and is the shortest of all trails in the area at 5 miles (8.9km) from the bottom to the top. Mounte le conte which is the summits name sits at 6593 feet at its peak. The trail starts at 3834 feet which meant we had a 2759 ...
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.), ...
... coming off - man, it was like snorting fire! Next we saw the mellowing process where the distillate percolates through 14 feet of the maple charcoal before being put into oak barrels that are built and cooked by Jack Daniels before filling and being sent to warehouses for aging. The liquor goes into the barrels clear but as they heat and cool the liquid is pulled into the wood to develop the amber color and vanilla flavor. ...