Travel Blogs from Townsend
... distinct lack of cowboy boots, but Scott is sporting a cowboy-ish hat at least.
Right after starting up we fueled up the bus at bit. The tank can hold a total of 275 Gallons (1040 L), but we only put ...
... all sorts of goodies. It was a kinda weird place.
The weirdest experience was a restaurant called 'Dick's Last Resort'. These restaurants are everywhere now that we are aware of them. We walked in to the restaurant and the guy was like 'Welcome to Dick's! Have you been before?' We were like 'No', he then said 'You have heard of us before right?', our response 'Nope'. 'His response 'So you've just ...
... I wanted to know about it. I really, really wanted to see a bear.
Our third night was at Campsite 44. We arrived in the late afternoon after a day consisting of four miles on a steep downhill followed by four miles of a steep uphill. Julie got there first. When I trudged up a few minutes later, she was standing on a slope overlooking the campground. “We should set up here,” she said, indicating an area that was semi-level.
“That’s too ...
... the afternoon. (I napped, Chris read a computer book or something)
Tonight we had the Sach's over to our campsite for some Spaghetti Bolognese (or however that is spelled) Chris showed off his caveman fire building skills and also managed to throw away the brand new unopened box of Graham Crackers and Marshmallows we had purchased that day. Thank you very much sir.
... me) while dipping our feet in the stream, I asked Marc if I could take a look at the trail map. Ramsey's Cascade Falls walk was described as "Strenuous" and can usually be completed in 5 to 7 hours.
We spent the afternoon exploring the town of Gatlingburg. I rewarded myself with Coronarita (Beer and Margarita, win win situation). Followed by another beating at the hands of the Sach's, this time on the mini golf course. I think these ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed