Red Roof Inn Knoxville North
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Smoking rooms available
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... and Kids. We reached the visitors centre where left the car, we took the tram/bus into Gatlinburg which was so very busy due to the July 4th celebrations. There were lots of gift shops and many places to eat. There does not appear to be anything left of the old town. We decided to go on the ski lift which we enjoyed even though Maggie does not like heights, Realising we felt hungry we stopped at a famous ...
What a day! This morning we left the motel after three very comfortable nights to set off for Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tennessee. We crossed the border into Tennessee from North Carolina after 45 minutes. We found Gatlinburg very busy as they were preparing for a midnight grand 4th July parade. Already people had put their chairs out along the pavement ready for the evening. Thinking Pigeon Forge...Dolly Parton's home town, would be the same and as time was ...
... of a family, or a vet, or patient, or family member or friend. Seeing this land of ours up close and personal, on a bike/motorcycle/HOG, makes me HOPE (Gilda's Club T Shirt I have on today) the families this campaign is benefiting will allow them to live life, experience the thrill of travel, and live past the burdens of fear. I hope I can make a difference and I thank all those that are making it happen. ...
... s Berry Farm and a bunch of other entertainment places all on one street. The traffic was crazy. Everywhere you looked there were miniature golf courses, miniature race car tracks, ferris wheels, arcades, giant slides, roller coasters and anything else you could possibly think of that would entertain adults and children alike.
It was almost like driving down the Las Vegas Strip, only instead of casinos there were all of the places I just mentioned. ...
... tried to get a reservation a few days ago, it was most likely already booked up well in advance. Not to mention it would be super busy in Nashville.
OK, time to move to Plan B. Plan B was actually our original Plan A and that was to stay in Sevierville, Tennessee, where the Great Smoky Mountains National Park was located. So she looked in our Good Sam book and found a place in Sevierville and was able to get a spot with plenty of trees. Cool.