Chattanooga, Tennessee

March 31, 2016
The wind was not cooperating!! haha

So we randomly decided to take a trip up to Chattanooga to see what it was all about!  I have heard a lot about the city, and it seems like just the kind of place I would love.  It was a fun town for sure, the downtown is adorable, the river is beautiful, and the hiking possibilities are endless.  Not to mention, they have the fastest internet in the country?!  Because their internet speeds are so fast, a lot of big companies (like Amazon) are moving in to take advantage, making it an up and coming city for sure!  While my pull to go back home to the West is too strong to make me want to live here, if I was going to be an Easterner I think Chattanooga would definitely be at the top of my list of cities to live in.  We didn’t get as many photos as I would have liked because we were trying to take a lot of video for a vlog, but unfortunately most of the footage ended up too shaky to use :(  I am trying to teach my younger sister Cheyenne how to use the camera so she can get footage and photos when I am busy doing things like driving, but that hasn’t been wildly successful so far 😉

Chattanooga 1

They are reviving the downtown area and it is so cute!

Chattanooga 2

We had to stop and get pics by the infamous donut wall :)  Cheyenne is adorable as always, the wind was not loving me on the other hand!

Chattanooga 3

The start of the Incline Railway going up the hill. That railroad is STEEP!

Chattanooga 4 Mr. T's Pizza and Ice Cream

We found this place on Yelp, and the reviews were not joking! This place is delicious!


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  • Brittany April 5, 2016 at 5:32 am

    I went to school outside of Chattanooga; it really is such a great little city. We spent a lot of time there in our college years. I’m so grateful that the city decided to pour so much into the art community.

    • suzanneiris April 5, 2016 at 5:38 am

      It is a lot of fun! I love how artsy it is as well. That is something I am loving about a lot of the cities around here, they seem to really embrace art, and it is so inspiring!