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The Delta Queen Hotel Riverboat, Chattanooga, Tennessee 29
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The Delta Queen Hotel, moored in Chattanooga, Tennessee at Coolidge Park. This grand lady has logged over two million miles, carried over half a million passengers and is the only boat to be inducted into the National Marine Hall of Fame while still in service. She has entertained Presidents, foreign dignitaries and a multitude of celebrities.
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Uploaded: 01/07/2012
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