Best Western Battlefield Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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A full day in Chattanooga-so impressed with Rock City, a mile high in the sky! Beautiful gardens and grounds among natural rock formations! Incline tram was next- thrilling steep ride to the top of Lookout Mountain. Lastly, Ruby Falls. Did not know it was a walk threaded through caverns 200- 1,000 feet under ground to see the 145 foot waterfall in the caverns. Ann felt ...
... It was a hot, scorching Tennessee day and we did not want to help her whatsoever. We grabbed a tarp and a shovel and ran into the woods in our backyard. It was a lot more refreshing in the woods than it was by the garden! So, we started digging an oval shape hole. Once we dug about a foot deep, we put the tarp in the hole and nailed it( I know how silly) to the ground. We then carried buckets of water to fill up the hole. *Shazam* we created a little pond. Here's the catch: ...
Started heading back from the Lost Sea adventure and decided we were close enough to slip over to see Ruby Falls at Lookout Mountain in Chattanooga . An hour and half drive later we arrived in the rain. But inside the caves going to the falls was absolutely beautiful and awesome.Its unreal to think that a guy in the sixties decided to crawl what ended up to be ...
... Tennessee River Valley, and Cumberland
I stopped in Dayton, Tennessee on the route north, the location
of the 1925 Scopes Monkey Trial in which John Scopes was put on trial for
teaching evolution in a public school. This was an episode in American history
I remember well from AP history class. The judgment in the high publicity trial
was in favor of the prosecution and Scopes was convicted of the evil deed ...
We got into the car and drove to the different memorials and monuments inside the park. They are gorgeous marble memorials to remember the men, the fathers, sons, brothers, uncles that died for our rights. On these hallow grounds over 60,000 men fought for both sides during the civil war and many died in these fields during the battle that raged for 3 days, while they fought to take Chattanooga, Tennessee..