Hampton Inn Chattanooga-W-I-24/Lookout Mountain
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... photos online that our pool had a waterfall in it, so with about 30 minutes left before it closed I was in a hurry to park and check in. Why not let the valet handle it? I mean they swear against stealing or damaging any personal property; however, I don't think there is a rule about returning your car smelling the same as it did when you dropped it off. We went back out for more of our things not even an hour after checking in, ...
After driving up from Lake City, we spent a great weekend with Jamie and Kristen. They made a turkey dinner for us with all the trimmings and we relaxed at their house on Saturday. On Sunday we drove out to the Chickamauga Battlefield National Park, watched a video and toured the park. Fun stop at the Sears Shoe Store (holy lots of shoes) then made our way home for turkey leftovers and margaritas. Early departure tomorrow am. We'll have to save "Captain Ron" for next ...
On my way to Fort Oglethorpe, I passed a sign directing motorists to visit Cloudland Canyon State Park. I'd never heard of this park, but on further investigation I found it was quite a popular place and seemed like a really neat place to visit, do some hiking, and test out my camping gear. I was very glad I did!
I was able to reserve a camping spot for Thursday night, but that was it. Friday was already completely booked up, so it is obviously a popular place to check out ...
... path after getting off trail, and I knew he had to haven take out most of the spider webs on the remaining leg of the trail as I did for him going the other way. He had the same navigational issues I did with the poorly marked trail, but we were both on track.
After the hike, I decided to cross into Chattanooga and check out the incline railway on Lookout Mountain. The incline's trolley-style cars climb to near the top ...
... fought in September of 1863 and signaled the end of a Union offensive in southeastern Tennessee and northwestern Georgia. The Confederate victory was exceptionally bloody and proved to have the second most casualties of any battle in the war, second only to Gettysburg. However, to the Confederacy this proved to be a hollow victory as the extreme loss of life and drop in army morale sealed the fate and eventual loss of ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
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