Comfort Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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We made it to Chattanooga, where we stayed at Homewood Suites! Everyone had their own bed and we were so happy that the first half of the trip was over! The only hiccup we had was there were NO restaurants open on Christmas Day...we were all starving for dinner that we ended up ordering from the only open place: a Waffle House. The food wasn't great, but it helped. I gave Brenna a bath in ...
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 ...
... throughout the region (and elsewhere in America) preach so-called “Creation
Science”, an oxymoron if there ever was one, and there’s even a museum to
creationism in Kentucky, a place I’ve joked that I’d like to visit for some
good laughs some day in my travels across the country. America’s ignorant “bubocracy”
(to use H.L. Mencken’s term” remains alive and well in 2014.
I arrives home extremely late. It is so good to be home! I have seen a lot of beauty, but I have yet to see anything that is as beautiful as Tennessee! I have bragged on the beauty if Tennessee so much that people who were on the trip with me, from New Jersey want to come to Tennessee. What an educational experience!
I am so thankful for Funds for Teachers! Without FFT, I would have never been able to have this awesome ...
... the women were willing to risk their lives for their families. Elza Holzer, whose husband Rudi was taken on February 27, 1943, by the Gestapo, stated, “We acted from the heart, and look what happened. We wanted to show that we weren't willing to let them go. Everyone was simply there, exactly like me.” Unarmed, unorganized and leaderless, the “Aryan” German women, and some family members, faced down ...