Red Roof Inn - Chattanooga Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... walk to the Chattanooga Distillery. This distillery originally was the first legal distillery in Tennessee. Established 100 years ago, it was closed down upon the introduction of Prohibition in 1920. When prohibition finally ended, they did start distilling again, but it had to be from Indiana. Their local Hamilton County did not allow the production of liquor despite the rescinded prohibition laws. The industry kept lobbying ...
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 ...
... I was sandwiched between 2 people who were smoking! Steve sat next to me so at least I only had one woman blowing smoke over me! The woman was talking to a guy who I assumed she was with, but soon realised wasn't, when he made a quick get away! Now I should have realised that in Oz time it was Sunday and that means market, and market means dysfunctionals! And boy was she was one! I did feel sorry for her but I did not need to hear her ...
What a difference a day makes! Wet and windy this morning, with storms forecast, so we set off for Sweetwater and the Lost Sea.
Once again we were walking in caverns, and once again it seemed like we had to do it very fast. It was very dark and hard to see where we were going in such a hurry, and there wasn't really that much to see; it's really all about the huge lake and the boat trip around it. The Craighead Caverns were used by the ...