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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... Park" and had a site that backed onto a river that ran behind it. The campground is located in the Pigeon Forge area which is near Dollywood, Gatlinburg, etc., it looks like a great place to come with the kids lots of things to do a real tourist area like Mrytle Beach, just be sure to bring lots of $$$$$$$.
Sunday we were on our way to Verona which is near Roanoake in Virginia depending on weather we hope to get home in about 5 days or so.
I was glad that my instructor came up with the idea for us to work the flight from Charlotte to Knoxville instead of us deadheading because if it wouldn't have worked out, I would have not passed and would have had to do a few more hours with someone else. We got to Knoxville about 9:30 pm and I was done, I got my ...
... 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 ...
... of the moving stuff; Dad will put Mom and her best friend Kathleen on a plane; then Dad and I will head West---Road Trip! Good thing I have a couple Humans to do the menial work while I contemplate the great wonders of the universe.
Given that I only have a few days left in K'Town, I wanted to visit some of my regular stops: Krutch Park (aka "my front yard"), Market Square (where ...
... the case and he's going to knock it out.
On our apres-fruhstuck walk, we saw cranes, cranes everywhere. The whole of Gay Street, where we live, was blocked and full of them. Oh, these are the lifting kind of cranes, not the flying kind that I like to chase. They're using a very big crane to take something from the top of one of the high buildings. In fact, it's so big that they brought a smaller crane to erect the ...