Microtel Inn & Suites Robbinsville
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... a restaurant that you've never been to or heard of before, well here are your plates and here are your cutlery'. He literally threw it all at us, followed by 'Where y'all from?' Us 'Australia'. 'Yo dudes these guys are way cooler than you they're from Australia', this was announced to the entire restaurant. If you ever come across this restaurant please be aware that you will be insulted but this is what they are ...
... Something big, by the sound of it.
I’d read and heard about how to handle an encounter with a bear. Not that this was necessarily a bear, but I figured I should treat it as such. Rule number one is “don’t run.” A bear will chase something running away from it, same as a cat will. You aren’t supposed to turn your back, either. Instead, back away slowly. So, that’s what I did. For about three steps. Do you know how hard it is to ...
... take a fake shower near the top.
This one was still a little of a climb but much less torturous. There were tons of people at the top waiting for their Kodak moment behind the falls so we joined the queue. Got our romantic snaps and Chris got a quick head cool off.
Then we descended a steep bit near the river/falls and dipped our bods. Chris made a ...
... drive to the trail Marc inquired what our longest hike to date had been (Worrying question i thought). We informed him that 6 miles had been our longest. "O" he said "Today we are doing 8 miles". Poor Marc and Louise, I didn't have the heart to tell them that they should probably have chosen a shorter hike to be their first one. My concern grew for our hiking companions further as we started our walk. Me and Les had come prepared:
2 liters ...
... eat some typical fattening-non-satisfying KFC and tour the little museum inside the cafe. Glad we went...but also was reminded that although I have happy tasty memories of KFC as a "special" meal, I do not so much love it now (those biscuits and honey are pretty yummy though)
As we got closer to Gatlinburg, TN we hit a bunch of traffic. I knew nothing about the area so as we got closer to the national park ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking