Lakeview Inn

I-75 & 25 West, Exit 134, Caryville, Tennessee, 37714, United States | Inn
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Location

This inn, located on I-75 & 25 West, Exit 134, Caryville, is near Cove Lake State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Caryville

Day 1 on the road to Las Vegas

A travel blog entry by 1krafty1 on Jun 27, 2014

It was a late start out of Langley AFB because we had to load the truck, van, and car for the trip. Then we had to check out of temporary lodging and clear housing. It was almost 10:30 when we got on the interstate and headed west.

We made it to Knoxville around 7 PM. There was a couple of spots of traffic and a couple of rain showers, but all in all, it was a pretty uneventful day. Kegan ...

Stunning views driving to Knoxville

A travel blog entry by christine3036 on Jun 20, 2014

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... we had to stop coz it was raining so hard was so hard we couldn't see where we were going We stopped at this little hotel and they gave us free coffee and let us use the restroom, they were so lovely. Off to get something to eat then on to Nashville tomorrow baby!!! Love and miss you all loads ...

First day on the road...

A travel blog entry by travelswitz on Jun 19, 2014

1 comment, 2 photos

... But how about that match between Japan and Greece? Greece played almost the entire match one man short but were able to force a scoreless draw. It was great fun listening to the Scottish announcer talking about what a great match Socrates was having while Honda just couldn't find the net. Really, those were their real names!

Good night from Tennessee!
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Trip begins...

A travel blog entry by d-m-adventure on Jun 14, 2014

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... Kentucky Horse Park - beautiful rolling hills of bluegreen grass and white split rail fences as far as the eye can see. Pics eluded us.

First sunset was from the side of Rarity Mountain just north of Knoxville.

Oh the Comfort Suites bathroom counter was so tall I had to stand on the toilet to wash my face. Kiddijg of course - but who the heck thought about using higher furniture as a bathroom vanity must have been 6 ft/10 at ...

The Blogs That Never Were

A travel blog entry by d.thorpe on May 15, 2014

... the biggest we have to do, which is reassuring. Knoxville was great, a lot friendlier reception, a thriving night life, somewhat hindered by the absence of students, but we still met lots of people, had lots of cheap drink and great food and service from the two Tori's behind the bar at the copper cellar. Also met the most southern man in the entire world, a young gentleman by the name of Cornbread who introduced himself as one of Knoxville's ...