Econo Lodge Cherokee
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... to take a couple of photos. Windows open & enjoyed the fresh mountain air. The scenery is so different from our mountains. Green bushy trees & foliage .... Looks like broccoli's. As we got higher, we were in fog & cloud some of the time ... No rain but just wispy fog coming & going. Winding roads all along .... Roads in great shape. Encountered a few tunnels along the way. We completed the circle & arrived back ...
... were met by our hosts Mark & Kari & given the tour around , then up to our room. We freshen up a bit & then headed out for supper. We went to a restaurant called Bogarts & had a nice meal. Back to the B&B & sat in the lounge area & met the other guests. Had a nice visit with a couple (Marty & Bruce) from Baltimore. Headed up to our room about 11:00 ...
... say it is just right. There is a diverse amount of plants and animals. 95% of the mountains are covered by 5 different types of forest. Along with babbling brooks and waterfalls it all comes together as one beautiful park. My luck ran out a little here since fog and low clouds denied me some views but I will return to see the leaves change ...
Tuesday, August 19, 2014 Truck 72,484 Trip 12,475
Good news. We did wake up and weren't violated by the redneck Bud screamed at last night. The morning was humid, foggy, and overcast. We took scenic route 50 through the beautiful Tennessee countryside to Lynchburg, home of the Jack Daniels Distillery. We started at the Iron Kettle with a breakfast of southern sausage gravy over buttermilk biscuits and home fries swimming ...
... it can be played with up to 12 people, so he would help us out a bit along the way. Ok, we thought, but how tough could it be? (Oh how naive we were with a pass rate off only 40%!) So upon entering the room, the theme of 'underground playground' seems to fit. The room was a make shift kindergarten room, complete with building bricks, lunch boxes and jigsaws. I'm not going to go into too much details about the tasks as it would spoil it if y were ever to ...