Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites College Square

Address: 2903 Millers Pointe Drive, Morristown, Tennessee, 37813, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located on 2903 Millers Pointe Drive, Morristown, is near Millstone Golf Club.
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Travel Blogs from Morristown

Jack Daniels...I Think He May Be Kin

A travel blog entry by budbarbonthego on Aug 31, 2014

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... the barrels once and then sells them to companies like Tabasco, vineyards, and for furniture. It is a lengthy process for a quality product. Whole barrels can be purchased for a mere $12,000. The wall had plaques with names like President Obama, Seal Team 6, and the Zach Brown band, some of whom had purchased multiple barrels. Moore County, where the distillery is located, is a dry county. Stores cannot sell the goods of the ...

A Day At Dollywood

A travel blog entry by anncolotti on Jun 09, 2014

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... for us was riding the raging river rapids attraction. It does say "you will get wet", however it did not state HOW WET! Let's just say it was more of a SOAKING, DRIPPING UPPER AND LOWER BODY DRENCHING. I will hold on the precise details of that.
It was a lot of laughs and ...

Our Crazy Adventure... Golf

A travel blog entry by cmitch257 on Jun 05, 2014

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... to drive another way through the Smoky Mountains, to see the start of the Appalachian Trial. Here we walked along the same footpath as the Native American tribes when they were forced from their land, so we did a mile of it and made our way back. Driving out of the park, we then stopped at the small town of Cherokee, to visit the museum about the native tribes, and the Cherokee people. It was a nice museum, but a tad boring if I may say. Still it split up the long 5 hour ...

Knoxville

A travel blog entry by lolliemo on May 09, 2014

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yesterday we drove from tuscaloosa to Knoxville, tn. it was only about 5 hours but Rhett wasn't in the mood for driving so- we made some stops along the way. we stayed in a best western on the edge of town so we wouldn't hit any morning traffic on the way out. we've got about 4 hours left to get to lynchburg, va it looks like. graduation festivities begin at 6 tonight for us with john john. we're 3 hours ahead of California time now. so I don't know what day it is OR what time it ...

Driving Tours

A travel blog entry by fulkss on Apr 20, 2014

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... 1944 as part of the Manhattan Project. Especially interesting were the blocks of 10,000 houses built quickly to house workers. They were built so quickly that one student got lost on the way back from school because so many new houses had been built during that day. Then I drove to Knoxville, surveyed South Gay Street and the downtown. Knoxville is in the middle of its Dogwood Arts Festival though no events were scheduled today. However I ...