Visiting The Hermitage for Presidents’ Day and Black History Month
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Visiting The Hermitage for Presidents’ Day and Black History Month

The Hermitage offers meaningful travel experiences for Presidents’ Day, Black History Month and beyond.  Travel industry trends are showing a growing interest in “experience travel.” This ranges from heritage travel to cultural and educational experiences that enrich our connections to places and historic sites. To do this at historically significant times of year makes the…

Come From Away – A Musical Production about Gander, Newfoundland
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Come From Away – A Musical Production about Gander, Newfoundland

9/11/2001 – How much do you remember?  Come From Away is a great musical based on how the residents of Gander, Newfoundland basically welcomed over 6,500 people to their town of 11,000 on that day.  Most were stranded for about five days. A WINNER HAS BEEN NOTIFIED It’s coming to Chattanooga this weekend for three…

Glamping at Roamstead in the Smoky Mountains – Camping for Everyone
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Glamping at Roamstead in the Smoky Mountains – Camping for Everyone

Have you tried glamping?  The term means enjoying the benefits of camping but not “roughing it”.  I fully admit to being a glamper and not a camper.  We recently enjoyed glamping at Roamstead in the Smoky Mountains.  Just about 15 minutes out of Gatlinburg, you are far enough away from traffic but can still enjoy…

Women’s Basketball – Exploring the Past, Present, and Future at WBHOF
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Women’s Basketball – Exploring the Past, Present, and Future at WBHOF

You will be exploring the past, present, and future of Women’s Basketball when you visit the Hall of Fame in Knoxville, Tennessee.  Located at 700 Hall of Fame Drive, you know you have arrived when you see the world’s largest basketball.  It measures 30’ tall and weighs 10 tons. Parking is free at the WBHOF….