GuestHouse International Inn Hamilton Place Mall

2201 Park Drive, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37421, United States
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Travel Tips for Chattanooga

Hwy 111 to Dunlap

by anderschwan

Ok - this is the drive I take to unwind and revel in the beauty of the awesome Sequatchie Valley. About 15 minutes north of Chattanooga - off Hwy 27 North, then on hwy 111 to Dunlap - you will find Nirvana. This is the hanggliding capital of the southeast, and rightly so. The view - even from the highway - is astounding. There's not much to do in town, but if you love hiking, scenery or the majesty of nature - go see it when you need a lift.

Downtown Cuisine

by soundsgoodtome about 212 Market

212 Market is a very nice restaurant that has a bit more class than your average O'Charleys type place. It is located on the 200 block of Market Street, right beside Candyland, and is in view of the aquarium. The food my girlfriend and I had was delicious. 212 Market is a bit more expensive than the average restaurant, with entrees costing anywhere between $10 and $27. The salads and appetizers are average-priced. They also have a large wine list and a bar. I definitely recommend this place to anyone wishing to have a more upscale dining experience without paying a fortune for it. Their website has their entire menu with prices, which is very helpful in deciding if you want to eat here or not.

I recently returned here for a second time and found it just as good as the first. My mom and sister both tried the spinach ravioli, which was very good, but they both thought the vegetables that came with it lacked much taste. I again had the caesar salad with salmon, which is very good and is only $9.50. The bread is also excellent. On the second trip here we had a coupon for a free desert, so we ordered the sampler, which comes with a piece of cheesecake, a piece of some sort of chocolate cake, and this yogurt-like dessert with a crusted top, which was good but very small. The chocolate cake is definitely the best, and it all comes with a raspberry syrup that is delicious. You should definitely try this one if you like chocolate and wish to have dessert here.

Missionary Ridge - Civil War Battle

by Toughluck

The siege of Chattanooga was broken by two actions. The relief of the supply lies when Lookout Mountain was taken and the overrunning of Missionary Ridge. The town was confined between the river and Missionary Ridge. The Confederate Army of the Tennessee had placed artillery and men along the full extent of the ridge to hold the Federal in Chattanooga. The step slopes of the ridge were seen as a way to protect the over stretched rebel lines and to dominate the town with gun fire.

A small group of men were assigned to take the Orchard Knob (a close in hill), that gave the Rebels easy reach to the river with their guns. When the Federals attacked, they quickly over ran the positions. Fearing for their over exposed position, the men, kept going and soon broke through the ridge itself. More details are in the tips for Bragg, DeLong, Ohio, and Truchin Reservations, or my Missionary Ridge Traveloge

Few of the areas and signs have places to pull off the road. If you want to see the area in detail, you'll need to park at one of the bigger reservations, i.e., Bragg's Reservation, and hike along the ridge.

Hunter Museum of American Art

by Stephen-KarenConn

The Hunter Museum of American Art is perched dramaticically atop a bluff 80-feet high, overlooking the Tennessee River. It is housed in a large old red brick mansion with white columns - adjoined by a new ultra-modern $19.5 million expansion. The museum houses one of the nation's finest collections of American art. However, to me the building itself is an equally interesting attraction, with the glass walls of the lobby offering spectacular views of the River.

In the museum there is also a new cafe, museum store, and auditorium.

Admission:
Adults $7.00
Children $3.50

Hours:
Vary - see web link below.

Rock City

by dainec

Rock City features caverns, gardens - and great big rocks! It's located on Lookout Mountain, which offers fabulous view of the area. The 'Seven States Flag Court' offers - you guessed it - a view of seven states. (Tennessee, Alabama, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Kentucky, and Virginia, if memory serves.) The court is next to 'Lover's Leap.' Awesome photo opportunities. There are plenty of other touristy photo ops - people in troll costumes, miniatures, etc. You can see a huge rock steadied on a single point, and other amazing stuff.

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Address: 2201 Park Drive, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 37421, United States