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Taste your way through the streets of Gatlinburg on a moonshine walking tour. The spirit that was once produced in secret is now offered at refined distilleries around the town. Follow your guide to local-approved distilleries with the intention of tasting various flavors of the formerly forbidden beverage. Between sips, listen to entertaining stories on its history, from its Tennessee beginnings to present-day commercial success.
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crystalm37 wrote a review Jan 2019
Gatlinburg, Tennessee497 contributions138 helpful votes
I have been to Gatlinburg many times and never noticed this monument. It's across the street from the Rowdy Bear coaster.
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Date of experience: December 2018
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Solodam J wrote a review Oct 2018
Amsterdam, The Netherlands30,672 contributions878 helpful votes
The monument is literally and figuratively hidden. It is located next to a gift shop and at the opposite of a gas station. A big rock with a plaque, dedicated to Tsali the Cherokee and his two sons. The top of it is covered by ivy and some hanging flower pots. It supposed to be more respected instead of used for putting down an advertisement. If you walk in that area, it is oke to visit it but don't spend your time only to go seeing it. Firstly, it's not worth it and secondly, the street is so crowded and you can't stop and park the car easily
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Date of experience: October 2018
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Jeff B wrote a review Aug 2017
Louisville, Kentucky455 contributions35 helpful votes
The monument itself is not that interesting, but the area is. It is located on the section of the Parkway that is closest to the river. It is quiet there and there is a beautiful view behind the monument. Do walk to the part of town.
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Date of experience: August 2017
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daisyferret1 wrote a review Jul 2017
Bear, Delaware24,317 contributions2,110 helpful votes
I have walked the parkway countless times over the years...actually over 3 decades now and never even noticed this marker. It is at the quieter end of town, so it is easy to miss as it probably doesn't get as much foot traffic. I went in search of it this year and found that it is almost directly across the street from the new Rowdy Bear Coaster. Even after finding it, it was covered in ivy and almost invisible unless you were actually looking for it. Overall, it is a nice marker and a neat piece of local history. I would like to see it cleaned up some and maybe add a spotlight to it at night so visitors would notice it.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Jaime M wrote a review Oct 2016
Greenville, South Carolina78 contributions37 helpful votes
Stumbled on this little feature while walking to the Trout House for dinner. Interesting bit of history. Learned a little more about my Cherokee heritage.
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Date of experience: October 2016
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