Days Inn Chattanooga Lookout Mountain West
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... we must try these, so on our way back we got off the bus to sample them. Whilst we were there eating our moon cakes (which we did not think were that bad ) and coffee we got chatting to a couple from Texas...Grayson and Darla. We had a lovely 30 minutes chatting and after photos taken we said goodbye. It was funny, WE were telling them about the free bus and the river walk, in fact we saw them twice more! We then walked back over the bridge to ...
... free if you let them put an advert on the roof, they did over 800, it is a garden set in the midst of rocks, bolder, and a water fall, this is set at the edge of a cliff. An intriguing couple hours. In the same area is Ruby Falls and off we went. A lift journey down was over 600 feet in to the bowls of the mountain. As we had a ...
... arrived again with flashing lights! Again all details were taken including Liz's details as she was a passenger. Trooper Dedmon said as you are from outer state you could be jailed. Liz would have to put forward a bond for my release. Luckily he put it down to 'failed to maintain lane' although he asked the other driver if they wanted to press charges, luckily they said no. After about ...
This Southern excursion has brought me to a lot of places, some for 2, 3 or even 4 nights, but there have been a handful of great towns and cities with less than 24 hours to absorb the history, culture, sights, and nightlife. Austin, Savannah, Chattanooga, Nashville were "tastes" of what I could see in future visits. So what to do in just one night...MUST ASK FRIENDS! Chattanooga was voted #1 town to live in in America by ...
... empty the suitcases, clean everything up, and resell it. The trip sounds like an adventure. Reportedly, they have clothes, luggage, jewelry, electronics, books, and other things that people leave on airplanes or in their misdirected luggage.
First thing we notice when we get there is that it’s not as big as we expected. It’s smaller that the Harris Teeter ...