Days Inn Monteagle
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Monteagle
This place was a bit scary. The light in my bathroom didn't work and the sheets seemed to be pretty frumpy and dirty. The staff was nice and the rate for the room was pretty low.
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... rooms. Inside has been beautifully restored though we did notice a number of areas needing some loving care. Paint in the main reception, previously the ticket office area, is peeling from the ceiling, but that being said, the ceiling is incredibly high. A lovely experience to be inside the hotel. There are also carriages that you can stay in if you wish rather than booking into a room inside the hotel. And as well, carriages have been restored and ...
... a very pretty walk and experience.
The old owners added bridges and a huge waterfall plus you can see
across to 7 states so it is interesting. With places on the walk
called Eye of the Needle and Fat Mans Squeeze, it was fun to explore.
At the end is this super weird fairy tale part that was a nod to the
German heritage of the owners. It is little windows carved out of the
rocks in a tunnel and in each window is a ...
... out of
Chattanooga settling for the night in Kimball TN. We have a list of possible places to stop or eat on the way back to L.A. and Cracker Barrel was right there so we tried it. Turned out our server was having a bad night. She had dropped a large glass jug of water on the floor and then 35 minutes after ordering she came to tell us she'd misplaced our order and it hadn't gone to the cook so do we mind reordering. She did a ...
... to find! Anyone want to look up shows on The West End and make a suggestion? I have been re reading Keith Johnstone's book, "Impro" and i asked Mr. Ray if i could join theatresports some over the next couple weeks to warm up for the workshop. FUN! Pip, pip and cheerio! Talk to you ...
... barrels that over time give the whiskey is rich dark colour and strong aroma. We were the only two people on this particular tour which costs a modest $13 including tax. The young guide was very pleasant and knowledgable and gave us the full rundown of their process. It is a small boutique operation, and we were intrigued by the small number f staff they seemed to employ. In the production room they had one person in the laboratory, ...