Red Roof Inn Newport
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Travel Blogs from Newport
... to the Ober Gatlinburg Tram up the mountain and from there a ski lift that is used in the winter. I think the elevation was around 5800. Had a beautiful view of Gatlinburg and the Smokies.
Then we did some more shopping in Gatlinburg, found an incredible Italian restaurant and rolled home from all the food. Lord help me get into my pants the rest of this ...
... I can easily say these are the largest waterfalls I have ever seen. It was definitely worth the detour. And did I mention they even had a rainbow going across it? Can’t see a rainbow without thinking of God and seeing it in this environment only made me
appreciate his world so much more.
Next stop – SEC School #5 – University of Tennessee. It ...
... was a good laugh, and with a two for one coupon, a no brainer! Lois insistent use of the brake pedal didn't get her very far, and I carried on the theme of my driving on the road, by nearly killing 3 people. But the track was pretty cool with it going up 4 stories, and a little jump in it! Well into the night, and tired after the long day we went back to our room. The next day we began another long drive, this time we were on our way to Charlotte! However before this, ...
... BIKED A WHOLE STATE! It's an unbelievable feeling. And the next fifteen miles were literally all downhill. We had to pull off a few times to let some cars pass, but it was smooth sailing. Kim and I made it back just before six. It was close to 11 hours on the bike and mostly climbing; it was a long, long day. But a good day. A great day, really. We took a hose shower, set up for bed a little bit and cheered in the last riders. Now I'm at ...
... LONGEST, most BEAUTIFUL climbs I have ever experienced up the Blue Ridge Parkway. It was demoralizing to say the least, but most of our group faced the adversity with the attitude of "welp, it's gotta happen regardless." It sucked for sure. But the views were just astounding. The second and longest ascent up the Great Smokies led us directly to the Tenessee and North Carolina ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking