Fairfield Inn & Suites Chattanooga I-24/Lookout Mountain
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... from St. Elmo's Station at the base, to Point Park at the mountain summit, which overlooks the city and the Tennessee River. It is used as a way of transportation to three of Chattanooga's main tourist attractions, Ruby Falls, Cavern Castle, and Rock City. The railway is approximately one mile (1.6 km) in length (single-track except for a short two-track stretch (passing loop) at the midway point, allowing operation of two cars ...
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 ...
... but no breakfast. Went for a walk for about 1.5kms or so and found the Terminal Brewhouse. A boutique, craft brewery, that operates as a bar/restaurant as well. Nice local beer, and also sampled a bourbon from the Chattanooga distillery that we could see across the road. Will try to do a tour of that one tomorrow. While at the Brewhouse, had a snack tea of a chicken salad, which was chicken pieces done in ...
... if the roles were reversed.h Oh well, the holiday is well in to it's final week, least we have no further need to set an alarm call, all that is left to do is keep exploring this amazing country. A day discovering Chattanooga is obviously on the cards and with a forecasted 90f we had better take some water. We waked the city and the Walnut Street Bridge, which is now a pedestrian and bike bridge. It had some wonderful views of the city ...
... near as possible to 3pm, because that's when we can check in. We return to the room tune back in to TMS and wait for the wickets to fall as we pack. Come on England, we should have a wicket by now! When we leave, although batting uncomfortably, Australia hadn't lost a wicket and were nearly to 100. Oh well, all will be good, we must get on our way. The 'girlfriend' was behaving admirably again as we found the highway towards Birmingham, Alabama. It was ...