Courtyard by Marriott Chattanooga I-75
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How y'all doing (said with a Tennessee accent) We had a great time today as it is our last one in Chattanooga we thought we would spend the time Downtown. We drove there and caught the free electric shuttle from North Chattanooga which took us back over the bridge to Chattanooga Cho Cho. As the name implies it is an old railway line the photos will explain. On our way there the bus driver told us of the famous cakes made there called Moon Pies, well ...
This morning we visited our two partner schools in Burghausen. We received tours of the schools, worked hard at our exchange program, which will begin June 2016 and had an excellent lunch in the cafeteria of KuMax! Tonight we are scheduled to attend a student recital at KuMax. We are entirely spoiled by the hospitality of our new ...
After a terrible long wait at the airport for our rental car, we finally make it to Burghausen! The town is something from a movie!!! And our new friends Victoria Weiss and Elvira Theil? We love them already! Elvira and her daughter are just briefly coming to say hi. The weather here is brutally hot and so the two of them are going to the pool to cool off! :) Victoria Weiss (teacher at KuMax) had a little more time and so she showed us the ...
... was No slips, No getting lost and no wrong turns. We descended another couple hundred feet to be greeted by amazing water fall. Which is 1120 feet below ground. The mountain above us is the same height as the Empire State Building. We have done 14,000 steps today on the pedometer. Back for something to eat and we deserve a glass of ...
... then withdrew and the city was in Union hands.
Interesting note: One of the Northern generals was William T. Sherman. After the city was secure, Grant returned to the East leaving Sherman in charge. It was from Chattanooga that Sherman launched his march across the South and broke the back of the Confederacy.
Next we drove around the battlefield. There are blue plaques to indicate where Union forces were ...