La Quinta Inn & Suites Knoxville Strawberry Plains
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At our first night at an airbnb, we were made to feel very welcome by Vicki and Buddy, they showed us to a very lovely large bedroom with an onsuite. Having slept very well the next morning we left early for Gatlinburg, the second attempt! No short cuts, no scenic routes just the Interstate all the way. We had to pass through Pigeon Forge and we were amazed by the buildings ( if you can call them that ). A play ground ...
... we decided to head for Knoxville.We had booked through Airbnb for tonight and needed to be there at 4pm as Vicki the owner was going out. It was at this point it all went wrong. We travelled through heavy rain,clouds and very twisting roads up and down mountains. We realised afterwards this was Smokey Mountain Pass, reaching a height of over 5000 ft.(No wonder we went through clouds) and realised were going the wrong way when we saw the Cherokee road sign ( this ...
... of a family, or a vet, or patient, or family member or friend. Seeing this land of ours up close and personal, on a bike/motorcycle/HOG, makes me HOPE (Gilda's Club T Shirt I have on today) the families this campaign is benefiting will allow them to live life, experience the thrill of travel, and live past the burdens of fear. I hope I can make a difference and I thank all those that are making it happen. ...
... a bit and eventually loaded up and hit the road again. We were nearing the end of the loop and would soon be back on the main road.
On the return trip, we had to backtrack along the park road for about five miles before we got to Highway 73, which would take us on the loop road that avoids the town of Gatlinburg and about half of Pigeon Forge. We really didn’t want to deal with the traffic again and it also took us through places we had not ...
We ended up in the historic part of Sevierville which is in the old downtown. I told Cheryl it reminded me of Mayberry, only smaller. There was a large, old building prominently visible from the highway as we entered downtown so we drove by to see what it was.
When we reached the building, we parked alongside and got out with Harley. There were no signs on or around the building saying what it was, but we thought it looked like a ...