Delta Queen Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDelta Queen Hotel Chattanooga
I've sailed on DQ before and love the history and ambiance of the boat. She is more boutique hotel than luxury experience, but for anyone who appreciates history or Americana, the DQ is a must do.
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... up altogether. Then when they have a lot of rain. the waterfall is quite significant. So, they are thinking it comes from seepage, but they are not entirely sure from where. Of course, the experience is enhanced through the clever use of lighting and music without which it would not be as impressive. Actually, without the lighting one would not see it at all because it is very deep underground and therefore totally pitch black! Very pretty and worth a ...
Gnomes and scary looking fake children. It was hilarious and odd and
finishes in a huge castle with Snow White etc... We all enjoyed going
there but agreed the end was different to the rest of the place. It's
also pretty expensive for a family, $20 for adults and $12 kids which
adds up for a couple of hour walking. Was still good fun though.
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