Reagan Resorts Inn
Travel Blogs from Gatlinburg
... 100 Gallons.
We are still battling IT infrastructure, but at least have the music situation mostly resolved. Scott LOVES the eagles, Hotel California has been played 4 times so far for those keeping score ...
... stayed in Gatlinburg a couple of nights and we did a **** load of walking which we needed after all the meat we have been eating.
In true form Troy and I decided we'd pick a hike that was called 'Chimney top', only 4 miles long can't be that bad. Holy **** it was steep! When you get to the top you have to climb a massive boulder I got about a quarter of the way up the boulder and started to freak out it ...
... friendly and considerate. He told us about staying at this same shelter years ago, when some college kids parked at the road and walked in with beer and a boom box. We agreed with him that this was a Terrible Thing, but didn’t think anything more of it.
Julie and Randy went to bed before it was even dark and I read until dusk made it too difficult to continue. I drifted off rather quickly for a change, but was soon awakened by voices.
... the afternoon. (I napped, Chris read a computer book or something)
Tonight we had the Sach's over to our campsite for some Spaghetti Bolognese (or however that is spelled) Chris showed off his caveman fire building skills and also managed to throw away the brand new unopened box of Graham Crackers and Marshmallows we had purchased that day. Thank you very much sir.
... in the world. They were setting an aggressive pace and they were dragging us along behind them. We made it to the falls in 2 and a half hours. I was broken, and seriously wishing i had not carried my massive back pack along for the ride. No time to rest M and L were on a mission and before i could rest my weary legs they were heading back down the mountain.
We completed the hike in 4 hours. As we enjoyed our lunch (Peanut butter ...
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- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking