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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... floods and devastation. A lot has happened while we've been away but we have been proud of the way our state has rebounded and are moving forward.
We're excited to be getting home tomorrow. We’ve been very fortunate through all our travels and have enjoyed sharing our adventures with our friends and family. We’re glad I wrote the blog because it’s already hard to remember some of the names of places we’ve been!
A long day of travel but I made it! Knoxville through Chicago to Newark. I waited about an hour for Claudia to arrive but then we scouted about the airport and shared a pizza for dinner. The restaurant had bubble lights which made us think of Carolyn building her house! Plane boarding and departure were on time and we were flying across the Atlantic. I slept a little though I do not do well sleeping on planes. About 9 hours later we arrived ...
... YEEUCH! The rain was so bad at times I couldn't see a thing and found myself peering around my screen looking for the white line on the side of the road just to see where we were headed. It was not a comfortable ride at all. As Jude said, we used our imagination on what it would have looked like, especially in the fall. This is a ride I would live to come back and do. Of note, at the foot of the Cherohala, there is a visitor ...
The Knoxville Open Golf Tournament, sponsored by the Knoxville News-Sentinel and Web.com, was once again very competitive last weekend for those professional golfers looking to move up in their profession and also make some good money in the process. However, the biggest winners in this major event is the City of Knoxville itself.
Fox Den Country Club has played host to this tournament for the past several years, after it had floated around ...
... labeled as "creeks"). Once we got to the park, we started with the trail called "Lost Road Trail", named because it was a goat trail used by settlers in the early 1900s. The map failed to mention that it should have been named because if you walked the trail, you were bound to get lost yourself. I went off the trail and found the coast of the water. Not a typical beach, but it was nice to dip my toes in. Once we found our ...