Microtel Inn By Wyndham Chattanooga/Near Hamilton Place
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Chattanooga - what a great name for a place. The sole purpose of visiting this city was to have a look at the train that featured as the Chattanooga Choo Choo? Now for those who don't know, the song was made famous by one of the great bands of all time, the Glen Miller orchestra. The song was also sung by the Andrews sisters. The train is now based permanently at the Chattanoogan, a hotel that has turned the terminal into a hotel and has used carriages ...
September 1st – day 120
Super hot night with high humidity and
no air conditioning meant little sleep. While it; fine to “camp”
for free at Walmart, having your generator on all night is not. So
everyone was a little grumpy to start the day.
However we had a trip to Rock City
Chattanooga planned. This was opened in 1932 and uses natural rock
formations plus add ones ...
... Tara who
he married since we last saw him. We went to the Cheesecake Factory
(I thought it was a made up thing from The Big Bang Theory tv show)
and delved through the largest menu I have ever seen to choose.....
cheesecake. Salad, mains, 35 flavours of cheesecake on offer. We
ordered mango key lime, chocolate tuxedo, white chocolate raspberry
truffle, salted caramel and Kait who isn't a sweet tooth got ...
Only two and a half weeks until my adventure begins! Yay! So far i have booked three shows: "The Woman in Black" and "The Beaux Strategem" both theatres are on the West End! "Much Ado About Nothing" was sold out, but i got a great seat for "Measure for Measure" at The Globe! One ...
So many lyrics I could have chosen for this one! A long bus journey back east and we were literally Walking in Memphis. A very quiet city really but you get a real sense of what it once was in the museums. We got to the Rock and Soul and civil rights museums which were both really interesting. We even got to go on the balcony at the Lorraine motel where Martin Luther King was assassinated- very moving. Of course no visit to Memphis is complete without a trip ...