Cherokee Grand Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... We stopped on Main Street again for a coffee & sat outside the cafe along the sidewalk watching the street go by. We returned to the B&B for a little rest & glass of wine on our little balcony. We drove out to have supper at the Bourbon Barrel restaurant. Marty & Bruce arrived shortly after we were served & sat next to us to visit some more. The special was great ..... chicken stuffed with spinach & ...
... were met by our hosts Mark & Kari & given the tour around , then up to our room. We freshen up a bit & then headed out for supper. We went to a restaurant called Bogarts & had a nice meal. Back to the B&B & sat in the lounge area & met the other guests. Had a nice visit with a couple (Marty & Bruce) from Baltimore. Headed up to our room about 11:00 ...
... Okay, well, I can dream can't I?
The photos will take you into your dreams, I hope, of being at this home.
Built by George Washington Vanderbilt II, between 1889-1895. Apparently he took many trips with his mother abroad and he studied the architecture so that he would one day have a similar home.
There are 178,926 sq. feet of floor space; and 135,280 sq. feet of living space.
... different animals and plants that live in the park. When we were done my dad and I went looking for salamanders while my mom and Adela went to the gift shop. We found a lot of salamanders! We went back to the visitor center where my sister and I became Junior Rangers. My mom and dad became Not-So-Junior Rangers. Then we went back to find ...
... Branch Road.
It is estimated that there are 1500 bears in the Great Smoky Mountain National Park; more bears per square mile than anywhere else in the US. After 8 miles of absolutely hair-raising off-roading, where 4WD was essential, did we see a bear? No! The track crossed and re-crossed the river continuously, with the river running over the road. Its was very, very, ...