There was a restaurant i used to go to as a kid in the short time I lived in TN, I cant for the life of me remember the name- maybe someone out here does? It used to have a jail cell you could eat in, a double decker bus, a firetruck- all of these were literally in the restaurant for you to dine in- i remember they used to give these plastic alagators with the kids meals. Does anyone happen to remember the name of that place???
My husband and I moved to Knoxville less than a year ago from florida, so this will be our first Christmas here in east TN. My mom is also spending Christmas with us and I was wondering what are some fun holiday events in the area, great places to view lights and all the fun holiday things to do. We are looking for cheap or free things to do, as cash is tight. Thank you in advance and Merry Christmas!
I need to get from 301 Church Avenue, to 100 East Magnolia Avenue? How would I do using the Kat System?
I have been looking for any information on KT Cabins - www.tncabins4rent.com Has anyone ever stayed at them before?
please suggest ways my son can get to Knoxville from either Atlanta, Nashville or Asheville airports to UT. Thanks
Hello I'm new to the East cost. I just moved here from the Pacific Northwest. Id there anyone out there who has taken trips along the coast lines? Would any of you have any suggestions for a beach area on the Atlantic or Gulf side that is note a tourist trap but a real beach. You know with the nice beach, some sand dunes, some seagulls and the usual stuff. Smell of the surf and all that. It can be a park or wildlife area. Just someplace without all the hotels lining the beach. I'm not looking to stay over night, its just for a day. Any suggestions?
What are some nice places to do this? Nothing too extreme :)
Do you know of any marinas that charter a houseboat with a captain to the football game?
I'm coming out to Knoxville for the CAL - Tennesse game in September, and would like to stay walking distance to the stadium. Is that possible?
Hi, Could anyone tell me rough times when dogwood, redbud, rhododendron, and azaleas usuallu bloom. Ballpark figures are OK, of course, as I realize it can vary from year to year. Thanks in advance.
Hi, My husband and are will be visiting Knoxville in June 2005. As we will not have a car to travel about we wondered if anyone could suggest hotels that are on the trolley route. We are looking for a medium priced hotel/ apartment preferable with kitchen or microwave and fridge. Or failing that a good B&B. Thanks . GL7
Hi, I am planning a vacation to a Fairfield timeshare condo and my choices are TN Glade (73 W of knoxville), TN Smoky Mts. (28m E of knoxville near Sevierville), NC Sapphire Valley or NC Lake Lure. Does anyone know anything about these areas to help me make a choice? It would be my husband, myself and our 2 year old child. We are outside people and do not play golf. Having a small child will limit our activities (no white water rafting or horseback riding). The condo availability is Aug, Sept or early Oct. Being from dry Colorado I am a bit worried about the humidity there, so am leaning towards Oct. However, I am afraid we would miss all the summer activities like street fairs and waterparks which close the end of Aug. Please respond ASAP since I have to decide right away. Thanks for any input!
I am a 24 year old social worker. I am looking to try a new city and was wondering if someone could tell me a little about Knoxville. I want to live in a city with laid back, open minded people. I hope to live in an area with other people close to my age. Is downtown Knoxville expensive? Fun? Stuff to do? I prefer to live in an area where there is a lot of action and stuff to do within walking distance. Would that be downtown Knoxville? Any info anyone could provide would be very much appreciated! Thanks!
Hello everyone, My family and I are moving to the Knoxville area in a few months. We have been up a few times to check out the area, we loved Seymour. I have a large family with six children, I am looking for a very family oriented neighborhood. Can anyone suggest a specific area of Knoxville that I should look, and possibly areas to avoid? Thank-You!
hello dear VT barrio, i need your advice and knowledge.........i am trying to get a job (public school teacher) in the area......however, i have not spent much time there. i am attracted to the region for many reasons.....geography, the university, etc.........so, i guess what i am asking is, what r your opinions of the place? do u think it is a good chioce for a 30 yr old single woman??? etc....... help me make the chioce!!!! long live VT!!!! besos, krista
I'm moving back to Knoxville after a year in Florida. Does anyone know of or have a good place to rent in the west end of town?
I can imagine that spring and fall are beautiful in Knoxville, but would like to know what summer and winter are like. Is summer hot and humid? I grew up in Atlanta where you melt in the summer - I'm sure Knoxville is better but does it swelter too? If so, for how many months? Also, winter.... I've read Knoxville gets 10-11 inches of snow. What is impact? Are mountain roads awful? How bout in city? Does cold keep you inside or are there a lot of pleasant days in between snow? Thank you for responding to my questions! I really appreciate it.
Hello everyone! I will be traveling to Knoxville this coming weekend and was wondering if anyone knew of places to go sing karoake on Fridays and Saturday nights. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Thank you.
Hi there everyone, I wonder if one of you can help me. I will be in Knoxville on business for 2-3 days, and I would like to make a trip to Atlanta while I'm there. What are my options as far as transportation? If I hire a car, it looks as though it will take me 3 hours to drive there. I'm under 25 years old, so I pay way too much for the use of a car for one day! Can anyone give me some info on trains, buses, travel times, etc. I will be looking to travel there on May 22nd at night, or on the morning of Mary 23rd. Thanks in advance for any replies!