Red Roof Inn Knoxville North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room
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... hey that's part of the fun. Like this morning, when I got the faint taste of anitbiotics in my savory bits. Yeah, my Dad thinks I don't know he hid them in my food so, I'm not going to spoil it for him. I'll just woof it down with the rest to make him happy. But, for the next few days, I have to take them because, well it's a bit embarrassing but, I have a bit of a UTI in my private parts. Not sure how it got there but, my ...
... they require a lot of supervision! But, Humans, whatta ya gonna do!?!? They said 'West' and I thought 'Texas'! Yep, headin' back to God's Country. But, nope. It's some place even further West than Texas; it's called California. So, I can't wait to see this place. Based on what Oki the Shiba Inu tells me, it can get pretty whacked. But, Oki says if I just stay my Coooool ...
After a great week in Richmond with jean & Herm we're ready to get on the road west. Pack up everything into the old Toyota van which after having being left in jeff's back yard since March 2014 started first time when he re-connected the battery. We leave by 9.30am and head west, first town entered on tomtom Greensboro NC. Nice surprise filling the car with petrol at around $2 a gallon! Even if the gallon ...
... each day in with different activities for the kids; more than we should have. We spent the first afternoon/evening in Gatlinburg enjoying various activities there. On the second day we visited Dollywood, which was great! The weather was not the best but we decided to put up with it and it turned out being the right decision as we practically had the entire park to ourselves. The longest line we had to stand in was ...
... recommend this campground if coming to see Pigeon Forge and Gatlinburg.
The camp ground is in wears valley with mountains pretty much surrounding the valley. It's secluded enough to relax but only 10 minutes from Pigeon Forge and about 20 minutes to Gatlinburg. Less than 30 minutes to Cades Cove.
We will stay here again if we come up this way.