Happy New Year 2020! Today, we are checking out Gatlinburg Tennessee in the winter. Lindsay and I try to visit Gatlinburg every few months because we just love how Tennessee looks and feels during each season. This was the perfect way to kick off 2020!
We wanted to hit up Gatlinburg before Christmas because they do such a fantastic job decorating for the holidays. Unfortunately, we just weren’t able to make it down before the new year. I was pretty bummed out because I figured we were going to miss out on all of the snow people. Well, I was pleasantly surprised to see that all of the holiday decor was still up all around Gatlinburg.
We had a blast walking around looking at everything and even got to experience at least three weather changes during the day. We also caught lunch at a fantastic little restaurant called the New Orleans Sandwich Company. This was an awesome discovery we made and can’t wait to make it back there again!
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