Knights Inn Knoxville/Lenoir City
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- Continental Breakfast
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Microwave in room
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
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... so we headed back. IT'S a big city, lots of U turns ( the norm ) we ended up in Market Square, having had something to eat watching the world go by. A group of university students arrived on bicycles all dressed up in red white and blue and including their bicycles, with drums in tow. They entertained us for over hour. Tiredness got the better of us, so we headed back, watching the fire works as we drove back to our ...
... first road sign we had seen) and by this time we were back in North Carolina on our way back to Asheville which we had left hours earlier. We had done an extra 100 miles, it did make us laugh as this was our worst "getting lost" we had done.Needless to say we were late booking in at Vicki's and you know how I hate being late! We will try again tomorrow to see Gatlinburg but by a different route! Apparently Gatlinburg is the first town to celebrate July 4th in ...
... traveled. Diesel prices nothing like home, we paid 2.64/gal in TN.
We caved at the mention of outstanding burgers, and went into downtown Knoxville for these delicacies, served with fries cooked in duck fat (heavenly!) and this person had to have fried green tomatoes once again. No regrets on our parts about the fat, calories, sodium or ...
Spent our 1st night out w/ Erik & Katya and celebrated Will's 6th Birthday. Slept in a real bed this 1st night, but let the camping now begin! Love being with our grandchildren Will & Harper, & of course our dear son Erik & ...
... adding to the depth of the beauty. After a brief bathroom stop we entered the 11 mile one-way loop known as Cades Cove. As was the drive from Gatlinburg the scenery was absolutely beautiful.
Our first stop was the John Oliver Place, a one room house built in the 1820's. Parents, infants and daughters slept on the first floor and sons slept in the loft. The stone chimney is held together with mud mortar as were the chinks of open ...