Super 8 Hotel of Kingston, TN
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Travel Blogs from Kingston
... to the tourist just the same as the last . The drive to the park reminded me of Sedona without the red rocks - very, very beautiful. The Smokey Mountains is one of the most visited National Park and the packed parking lot at the Visitors Center, plus the tons of hub-bub 10 miles outside of the park is evidence of that. The place really is breathtaking. There wasn't a lot of walking around or bike ...
... Would anything less than dire necessity cause someone to do this hour after hour?
Interstates also operate as blinds, much like they put blinds on horses. First of all there are the many road cuts. In the interest of eliminating those pesky hills, the road builders cut right through the small hills. So naturally when driving in a road cut you only see walls of rock on either side. But more frequently, it is not road cuts, ...
... lazing around all day, taking naps between play time and potty breaks. But, I've been putting my time to good use. I've been taking classes. They have all sorts of stuff here. My choice was driving lessons...Yep, you heard me right pilgrim-driving lessons. I wanted to learn a useful skill for our upcoming road trip and thought I'd be prepared to spell my ole Dad once in a while. I'm also taking a map reading course so I can ...
Took a trip to Sweet water, Tennessee to The Lost Sea Adventure which is a huge cave with a underground lake at the bottom of it. You do a 3/4 mile hike and drop down over 140 feet below ground level. At the bottom you board boats and go out in a 4 acre underground lake, There were rainbow trout in the lake up ...
... hills, auburn leaves and some stunning mountain peaks.
Once arriving at the farm we hopped onto the back of tractor trailer and were towed around the fields, weaving between livestock, hay bails and pumpkins. We chose the pumpkin from the field and hopped back aboard.
We were all tired so headed home for an early night.
The following day was sunny and cool, perfect picnic weather. The guys wanted to show us their favourite part ...