Residence Inn Chattanooga near Hamilton Place
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- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Breakfast Available
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... that makes sense I guess. Next on our agenda is a stop in Ruby Falls which is a tour into a limestone cave. The usual array of limestone features that one finds in every limestone cave across the world except that at the end of the walk into the cave there is this absolutely beautiful 100ft waterfall. Apparently they do not know where the water comes from except that the clue is that when there is a drought, the water is only a trickle though it has ...
... a very pretty walk and experience.
The old owners added bridges and a huge waterfall plus you can see
across to 7 states so it is interesting. With places on the walk
called Eye of the Needle and Fat Mans Squeeze, it was fun to explore.
At the end is this super weird fairy tale part that was a nod to the
German heritage of the owners. It is little windows carved out of the
rocks in a tunnel and in each window is a ...
... while I had access to a washing machine. We also
achieved more schoolwork and then cleaned out the RV thoroughly and
the barn where Ben and I stayed. Once the kids got home from school
we said our goodbyes and headed out towards Chattanooga. It was sad
to say goodbye, lovely to be with kiwis and to hang and relax. Very
grateful to them and everyone hosting us along the way!
We drove as far as half ...
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 I don't know what was in there) an arcade and a large meeting room. The grounds included a petting zoo, bounce house, large pool, and a playground. It was the most expensive campground too at $70. But we got a late night discount and only paid $35. Wednesday we continued east on I-90, the same road we have been on since Seattle. The scenery is typical Midwest, rolling hills and miles and miles of cornfields and soybeans. However, unlike out west, ...