Days Inn Kodak-Sevierville Interstate Smokey Mountains
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Travel Blogs from Kodak
... to the Ober Gatlinburg Tram up the mountain and from there a ski lift that is used in the winter. I think the elevation was around 5800. Had a beautiful view of Gatlinburg and the Smokies.
Then we did some more shopping in Gatlinburg, found an incredible Italian restaurant and rolled home from all the food. Lord help me get into my pants the rest of this ...
... still had rooms set up like the kitchen, café, and Colonel Sanders office. The
first restaurant opened its doors in 1932.
After a couple of pics we took another detour to Cumberland Falls which is located in Kentucky in the Daniel Boone Forest. Up until this time, I had seen beautiful homes and horse ranches in Kentucky. I
had made the comment that I ...
... ranger than in California, and we felt we were prepared to see it all. We drove through the park, and came across some of the old dwellings from the Cherokee Indians and so on. These had been maintained very well, but remained quite creepy, and so we carried on. We committed ourselves to one trek through the forest, to one of the waterfalls, which was a good few miles away. Whizzing past some rather out of breath and lardy Americans, we made light work of the trek after ...
... and old cinema themed. Who would have thought a place like that would be in a town like this? And that unexpectedness, that why not attitude is one of my favorite things about this trip. I received two letters in my mail drop, thanks so much Melba and Grandma for thinking of me and sending your well wishes my way; it really means a lot. I think that's all for now. Ole Redd, happy birthday, bud. And family, it was really great to spend some time with you. Talk to y'all tomorrow. ...
... A few of us played some dodgeball with the local kids, who were adorably intrigued by our weird bike outfits and the fact that we would be sleeping in the very same building they were currently playing in. Their interest kind of made me feel like a low-key celebrity. ;) After showers and a delicious meal provided by The Marysville Habitat, I played some ping pong and tried to watch the Karate Kid before we all sacked out about ten minutes in. Which was fine, because big build day ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed