Maggie Valley Creekside Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... music in the car all the way through the range and if your window was down you would have heard us singing every mountain song there is and at the very top, of course you know the one, "On top of Old Smokey" , we belted it out!
When we reached the bottom and proceeded towards Nashville we encountered Gatlinburg, a town full of amusement parks, tourist traps, strings of hotel/motels, mini putt theme parks, bungee jumping, tattoo parlour t-shirt ...
... who knew everything about shoes and feet and would take as much time as needed to get you what you needed. He didn't disappoint. The different parts of Co-Ed's feet are apparently very disproportionate, which is part of the reason he's been having such trouble with sore feet and blisters, and he spent almost two hours getting him fitted and figuring out what he needed and basically giving a seminar on how feet work and the way things go together. Several of us just sat ...
Menu Item: Ham & Hash brown Omelet
Notes: Came with onions and 3 buttermilk pancakes also
Comments: It was good but not as good as I hoped. There wasn't enough substance to the omelet. The pancakes were just average.
Overall Impression: Below average omelet with average ...
... little something extra that you're always looking for in every meal. And what looks like a scoop of ice cream on the side (how glorious would that be) turns out to be enough butter to drive a Cadillac through a dog house.
Overall Impression: Most amazing pancakes I've ate in my entire life. Wish I lived closer so I could partake more.
... out on trails. But the birds? What was that about?
The Smokies get something like nine million visitors a year, unsurprising given that the park is a day’s ride or less from a lot of major metropolitan areas. But many of these visitors don’t spend much time walking around in the park, opting instead to drive some scenic routes or stop at a well-known vista. One of the most popular of these is Clingman's Dome, the highest point in the Smokies. You park your ...