Marshall's Creek Rest Motel
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... many that visit the Grand Canyon. An awesome drive, unfortunately we were two weeks early to see full fall colours.
Dollywood was fantastic, didn't ride any of the amusement park rides as plenty to see and do with all the live theatre performances. Appears a different age group come here to Orlando's Universal Studios. Old and grey whom love country music.
... to take 3-4 hours just to get to the top. Majority vote rules we are going to get out of Gatlingburg tonight and head towards Nashville, this will break up the drive for Adam and also gives us a chance to meet up with Saskia. Kaleb started blowin kisses at women out the car window, hes such a neep haha. Dont wanna miss a thing was on the radio so everyone started sayin the words in a total hill billy 'murcan voice. Adam was craving some sushi, i wasnt complaining i wanted some aswell but ...
My next to last park in my last state, the Great Smoky Mountains Nat. Park does not lack in beauty. Part of the Blue Ridge Mts., the park is another World Heritage Site. It is also the most visited Nat. Park with about twice as many visitors as the second place Grand Canyon. Although small by western standards ( high peak 6643 ft.), ...
... because she had a drawl that was barely understandable. No dear, that's how they talk here. I had chicken fried steak and okra. Surprisingly, Bud had never tasted okra and didn't know what kudzu was. I snapped a picture of the $2.99 gallon of gas. Why is gas so expensive in the north?? We drove down route 66 past the outlets and shops and dinner theaters and tourist traps to the Walmart in Seviereville. It was a great day!
... 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 ...