Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites Knoxville-Farragut
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... drive and highly recommended. There are three campgrounds along the trail which are first come first served but no services. We drove it in two days staying at one of the campgrounds on the way, a bite to eat, a cold beer, a campfire and a good nights sleep and on to Nashville.
We made it just fine and pulled into the Two Rivers RV Park around 4 in the afternoon. This was where we had stayed on the way down so we felt comfortable ...
I was glad that my instructor came up with the idea for us to work the flight from Charlotte to Knoxville instead of us deadheading because if it wouldn't have worked out, I would have not passed and would have had to do a few more hours with someone else. We got to Knoxville about 9:30 pm and I was done, I got my ...
... s terrible out there; even delayed Mom's departure by a day. Knoxville doesn't seem to deal well with a little winter weather as you can see by the frozen truck. The driver was in Suttree's, taking in some literary inspiration no doubt; Cormac would be proud. But, Dad said the view of Market Square from their hotel room is quite pretty and, Coffee & Chocolate is still close enough to make a quick run.
Dad thinks ...
... restaurants and bars are), Gay Street (the coolest street in all of Knoxville), City Fido (MY favorite store). And, of course, Coffee & Chocolate, where they are very nice but, I have to wait outside :(
These pictures are of some of the art in Krutch Park that I like to sniff, with each one labeled and annotated. Dad says that one of them is even dedicated to ME - Champ ...
... the case and he's going to knock it out.
On our apres-fruhstuck walk, we saw cranes, cranes everywhere. The whole of Gay Street, where we live, was blocked and full of them. Oh, these are the lifting kind of cranes, not the flying kind that I like to chase. They're using a very big crane to take something from the top of one of the high buildings. In fact, it's so big that they brought a smaller crane to erect the ...