Days Inn La Fayette
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... from St. Elmo's Station at the base, to Point Park at the mountain summit, which overlooks the city and the Tennessee River. It is used as a way of transportation to three of Chattanooga's main tourist attractions, Ruby Falls, Cavern Castle, and Rock City. The railway is approximately one mile (1.6 km) in length (single-track except for a short two-track stretch (passing loop) at the midway point, allowing operation of two cars ...
We arrived in Chattanooga crossed over to Georgia and gave up on the 127 yard sale. It was fun while it lasted but we are hot any tired and ready for a shower. On the way to our hotel we saw a Muffler Man at Sir Gooneys Golf. He makes three for this trip. We have one left to see in Oklahoma on the way home. Tomorrow we head to Nashville to visit the The American Pickers ...
Friday, 7 August: Just an on the road day started this morning. Nothing exciting, just the drive back north via the West Coast of Florida. Passed through the Everglades National Park and an Indian reservation on the way to our overnight stop at Saratosa. In the Indian reservation stopped for lunch and noticed the services station, store and food shop appears to be not only owned by the Indians, but operated ...
... really couldn't believe just how wide the Tennessee River actually is. We followed the river walk for at least 3 miles, it was very well done and will leave a lasting impression on how lovely Chattanooga is. Although very modern in parts, it all blends in to create a nice feel. We could not leave without visiting the Chattanooga Choo Choo, which is basically a venue now for shopping, dining and weddings situated in the old station. ...
... Lake, TN! The weather was great, the motor ran like smooth like buttah, the crew was professional, but the currents and winds worked against ...