Economy Inn

Address: 5505 Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37411, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 5505 Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, is near Sir Goony's Family Fun Center, Dragon Dreams Museum, Audubon Acres and Maclellan Island, and Miller Plaza.
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Travel Blogs from Chattanooga

Touring in Chattanooga, Tennessee

A travel blog entry by greghills on Aug 10, 2015

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... journey, albeit not conducive to photo taking. All you can really see is woods on either side punctuated by a few nice homes, or looking straight down a view of Chattanooga suburbia. The drive up to Lookout Mountain doesn't take long, but reminded me a bit of the drive up to Mt. Dandenong just outside of Melbourne, in Victoria. Beautiful bush countryside within the city limits. Next on the agenda was to take the car back to the ...

Chattanooga Stop for the Night

A travel blog entry by traveltheroad on Aug 09, 2015

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We arrived in Chattanooga crossed over to Georgia and gave up on the 127 yard sale. It was fun while it lasted but we are hot any tired and ready for a shower. On the way to our hotel we saw a Muffler Man at Sir Gooneys Golf. He makes three for this trip. We have one left to see in Oklahoma on the way home. Tomorrow we head to Nashville to visit the The American Pickers ...

The exit from Florida

A travel blog entry by greghills on Aug 09, 2015

Friday, 7 August: Just an on the road day started this morning. Nothing exciting, just the drive back north via the West Coast of Florida. Passed through the Everglades National Park and an Indian reservation on the way to our overnight stop at Saratosa. In the Indian reservation stopped for lunch and noticed the services station, store and food shop appears to be not only owned by the Indians, but operated ...

What was all the worrying about!

A travel blog entry by stevepaine on Aug 08, 2015

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... found a place on the main road called the Pickle Barrel, and ventured in. Steve explained to the barmaid that we had no ID and could we buy a drink, she looked a bit doubtful, but a guy (who we thought was the owner) took one look at us and said 'no problem' huh! He could have hesitated for a few seconds! The barmaid asked if we wanted to sit at the bar or at a table in the lounge area. Steve said (to my horror)the bar will be fine. ...


A travel blog entry by charlottekew on Jan 18, 2013

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... to eat at a little cafe at the bottom then drove on to Ruby Falls. We went on a tour through underground caverns to see Ruby Falls. The guy who founded Ruby Falls as a tourist attraction had originally drilled down into Lookout mountain because he'd played in caves in it as a child. He was met with a gust of air and when he climbed down he crawled on his stomach for 7 hours through tunnels 2ft by 4ft until he reached the waterfall ...