Days Inn Knoxville
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Days Inn Knoxville
Travel Blogs from Knoxville
Started early. Went to Starbucks then topped off at Supercharger. Stopped to charge at Tifton and Macon GA (where an ICE was in charging space) before arriving in Atlanta about 12:30. Chargers are located in Atlantic Station parking lot. About 20 chargers and half full. Never seen so many Teslas!! Had lunch there then scrambled to get out of Atlanta before traffic. Beautiful day and great time and drive until I pulled ...
... so we headed back. IT'S a big city, lots of U turns ( the norm ) we ended up in Market Square, having had something to eat watching the world go by. A group of university students arrived on bicycles all dressed up in red white and blue and including their bicycles, with drums in tow. They entertained us for over hour. Tiredness got the better of us, so we headed back, watching the fire works as we drove back to our ...
What a day! This morning we left the motel after three very comfortable nights to set off for Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge Tennessee. We crossed the border into Tennessee from North Carolina after 45 minutes. We found Gatlinburg very busy as they were preparing for a midnight grand 4th July parade. Already people had put their chairs out along the pavement ready for the evening. Thinking Pigeon Forge...Dolly Parton's home town, would be the same and as time was ...
... were a number of twisty passes and challenging exciting riding to I-81. The pictures tell the story. In Pigeon forge, what once was a cow path is a busy honkytonk of amusement and hotel/motel/restaurants and fun. Dolly World isn't even visible from the main drag. I will have to come back to actually check it out.
As I was riding today, I was hoping that this effort will actually change ...
... but it seemed a little more varied in look. There were large rock outcroppings and ledges, which the BRP didn’t have a lot of. Also, the Little River followed the road for many of the miles.
There were also more turnout opportunities, although they weren’t as spacious as the ones on the parkway, they didn’t need to be since there were so many more turnouts. We stopped at one spot and had to wait for a car to leave before we could ...