Motel 6 East Ridge
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... It was a hot, scorching Tennessee day and we did not want to help her whatsoever. We grabbed a tarp and a shovel and ran into the woods in our backyard. It was a lot more refreshing in the woods than it was by the garden! So, we started digging an oval shape hole. Once we dug about a foot deep, we put the tarp in the hole and nailed it( I know how silly) to the ground. We then carried buckets of water to fill up the hole. *Shazam* we created a little pond. Here's the catch: ...
... the walk was only wide enough for one person. The formations throughout are beautiful. Then you come to the 140 water fall. They have LED lights shining in the falls cavern which make it breathtakingly beautiful. They have names for some of the different formations and the guide explains them as you pass by them.
This is a absolute MUST SEE experience.
... on to Warner-Robins, GA where we planned to stay with Ible's parents. There were many things we could have done along the way, but we still were tired from not only D.C., but from the entire trip in general. The traveling and constant moving around from one place to the next (plus all of the stress that along with such a trip) began to take it's toll on us. So, reluctantly, we decided to push our way to GA, the next day.
Chattanooga is situated on the Tennessee River in east
Tennessee along the Georgia state line. During the Civil War it was of
strategic importance as a major railroad center in the South. Chattanooga and
Chickamauga Battlefield Park takes in some of the Civil War battlefields in
northern Georgia and the Chattanooga area that were part of the campaign.
Chickamauga was actually the first military park established after ...
... At some of the exhibitions we were allowed to pat stingrays not the sort Steve Irwin patted!
Next it was off to the Art District for a bit of culture and a cappuccino at Rembrandt's (gave him a few tips) this is where the arty ***** and uni students hang out. From here we crossed the Tennessee River on a pedestrian bridge to check out the sights on the side of the river.
The day was finished with a meal at the Big ...