Extended Stay America - Chattanooga - Airport
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... that makes sense I guess. Next on our agenda is a stop in Ruby Falls which is a tour into a limestone cave. The usual array of limestone features that one finds in every limestone cave across the world except that at the end of the walk into the cave there is this absolutely beautiful 100ft waterfall. Apparently they do not know where the water comes from except that the clue is that when there is a drought, the water is only a trickle though it has ...
... a very pretty walk and experience.
The old owners added bridges and a huge waterfall plus you can see
across to 7 states so it is interesting. With places on the walk
called Eye of the Needle and Fat Mans Squeeze, it was fun to explore.
At the end is this super weird fairy tale part that was a nod to the
German heritage of the owners. It is little windows carved out of the
rocks in a tunnel and in each window is a ...
... out of
Chattanooga settling for the night in Kimball TN. We have a list of possible places to stop or eat on the way back to L.A. and Cracker Barrel was right there so we tried it. Turned out our server was having a bad night. She had dropped a large glass jug of water on the floor and then 35 minutes after ordering she came to tell us she'd misplaced our order and it hadn't gone to the cook so do we mind reordering. She did a ...
... to find! Anyone want to look up shows on The West End and make a suggestion? I have been re reading Keith Johnstone's book, "Impro" and i asked Mr. Ray if i could join theatresports some over the next couple weeks to warm up for the workshop. FUN! Pip, pip and cheerio! Talk to you ...
... back since it was a big rail hub and gateway to the rest of the South. There were good displays and one which used colored lights to track the movement of troops and skirmishes across the 2 day battle. At the end of the two days, the South had won the battle at Chickamauga, but the North still held Chattanooga. The city was under siege for the next 4 months until U. S. Grant broke through and resupplied the army. The ...