Woo-Woo, Chattanooga!

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I felt like Chattanooga should be home, though I’d never been there. I suppose that the “Chattanooga Choo-Choo” song, indelibly etching in my mind the image of the town as a train hub, gives me that feeling. After all, both of my grandfathers were railroad men, so the chug of iron horses pulses through my blood. 
That feeling was reinforced each night of my trip, as I settled into my accommodations in a renovated, 80-year-old Victorian railcar at the Chattanooga Choo-Choo Hotel. Besides the train cars and other lodging options, the resort provides indoor and outdoor pools, gardens, shops, a model railroad museum and several restaurants.
And though my other activities in this eastern Tennessee town were loads of fun but not railroad related, I always felt at home. Read more at RichmondNavigator magazine.
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