Maggie Valley Creekside Lodge
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The day started out great, was raining, so we decided to stay another day. Did the usual, hit up the outdoor storerabbed a bite to eat, and then decided tinto go out by myself for a bit. Stopped by a bar and had a drink or two, then walked around downtown. Had another drink at a shop, had some other fun stuff..then decided to go to the hotel and see what was going on. I ended up running into my group...they were heading to free moonshine tasting....so I tagged along. Had ...
... to try and use the bear cable as a "self rescue" ......NOT a good idea, was able to get myself up in the air a bit.....then the cable shifted, I went air born and landed directly on my back - with a loud thud. It hurt. Hurt a lot. Lmbo. Hiked up to the Dome, was a beautiful day, and plenty of awesome scenery. The smell of the woods reminded me of my Grandmothers house in N.J., sort of old growth/composting ground smell. Was great. As we approached ...
... Ester Santoro, mentioned a sister "Ofsanta" back in Priverno on the ship manifest when she came to the USA. From the information I received, I think that should have said "Assunta". Their full names were Silvia Leandra Ester and Maria Assunta Ottavia. How beautiful!
We have a very long layover in Madrid - 7 hours - and will probably go into the city for a while. It will be a ...
... Welcome Center on the Cherokee end of the park. We milled around the shop for awhile and I bought a couple of stamps for my park book....which I didn't even think about bringing with me. But I did have some plain white paper and got the ink pad stamps; I can just use scrapbook stickers and tape them onto the page. After leaving the Visitor Center we started the drive to Bethlehem, GA ...
We couldn't believe Pigeon Forge - it has grown up SO much! So many things to see and do. But our goal was Gatlinburg and we finally rounded the curve of 441 on the west end of of town about 6:30 p.m. Gatlinburg has changed a lot too, but it still has the same feel. People walking everywhere. After getting settled in our room, we decided to walk up the street to "The Peddler." It has been part of Gatlinburg's upscale places to visit for a long time. We got to ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting