Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Cookeville
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Very nice place to stay. highly recommend
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... has changed. In that we were already on the plane, we suddenly realized we were moving to another plane.
We got our bags and started down the aisle. The flight attendant asked where we were going, and I told her that they were moving us to another plane and we were delayed an hour. She asked how I knew this and I told her that the American Airlines app told me. She said "I wish they would give US that app!" The app only works if you ...
A lot of historical value.... but very small token of such a huge memorial to our historical past.... A must if you are in the area
Tony and I visited this site in ...
We played golf at Sapphire Country club in Cashiers two days ago. It was one of the top five best golf days of my life.
The mountain course has a lot of elevation gain and loss: tees that are, oh, 8 stories above a tiny green. If you miss the fairway, you are guaranteed a lie that is well above or below your feet. Betsy said, "we should have brought our hiking poles with us." After ...
... 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">Sunset Rock is located on Hwy 70 E five miles east of Sparta on one of the most scenic routes in White County. The bluff-line stands 75 feet above the highway and on a clear day you can see the historic town of Sparta nestled in the valley below along with a view of approximately 50 miles of the Central Basin as the backdrop for spectacular sunsets almost any day.
... 51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">huge stone monolith that originally set on the western end of what is now Monterey,
said by early white pioneer settlers to resemble a large grey dog in a sitting position,