Microtel Inn & Suites By Wyndham Maggie Valley
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Maggie Valley
... you should hold the memory in your mind because a photo will not capture the feeling, the smell, the insane moment when you say, "this is incredible". There are waterfalls that you can hear for miles, fresh clean water spilling out and tumbling over glistening rocks and mosses and ferns in every shade of green. The ground is covered in daffodils, trilliums, forget me knots and yes the ever present sign of spring, dandelions. The most magnificent sight is ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
... little something extra that you're always looking for in every meal. And what looks like a scoop of ice cream on the side (how glorious would that be) turns out to be enough butter to drive a Cadillac through a dog house.
Overall Impression: Most amazing pancakes I've ate in my entire life. Wish I lived closer so I could partake more.
we went to the smokey mountain national park. For breakfast, we ate
at Joey's pancake house. Their specialty was a sweet potato pancake.
When we got to the
national park,we saw old houses that people used to live in. We were
also able to walk along a creek that was straight from the mountains.
While we were there, we each handed out a top from VBS. The kids that
we handed the tops out too were very receptive to ...
... of modern existence, and yet I envied the bears, living simply and in harmony with nature in one of the most beautiful places I’d ever seen.
I limped across the massive structure of the dam, a thick concrete wall dividing a man-made lake from a carefully controlled river. With each step, I exchanged the rough simplicity of backpacking for the comfortable complications of my “normal” life.
I’m not sure it was a good trade.