Braxtan House Inn

Address: 210 N. Gospel St., Paoli, Indiana, 47454, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 210 N. Gospel St., Paoli, is near Paoli Peaks.
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Travel Blogs from Paoli

We are here

A travel blog entry by griffithb on May 25, 2014

5 photos

... the resort, we walked into the Casino. It wasn't very busy. But we didn't stay very long - we probably were there for all of 20 minutes, sharing $5 on the nickle slot.

After that we headed over the main dining room in West Baden, Sinclair's. But we found it closed. So we are ate 'alfresco' in the atrium at Ballard's.

We got home about 6:15 pm. A really nice afternoon, and we're both still just too full to even think about ...

Day 40 Brian's Awareness Tour

A travel blog entry by briansmith16 on May 10, 2014

1 comment, 10 photos

... another 40 miles today and be in Seymour but I decided to call it a day and get some homework done. Tomorrow I will Try to ride to Versailles which is about 72 miles. It should be another easy day and I really hope the weather is good. Today I rode 70 miles. To any mother reading this happy mothers day and especially you mom. Can't wait to get ...

Indiana and Kentucky (U.S.) - car trip

A travel blog entry by sandm82 on Aug 09, 2013

... the tower for an excellent view. I
did but only went up a couple of stair flights' worth.







Clock
and visitor center in the town of Nashville, ...

Kansas City to Bedford, IN

A travel blog entry by rdandtdarrow on Jul 04, 2013

4 comments, 10 photos

The last three days have been great. The ride from KC to St Louis was a pleasure, except for the last fifty miles in a pouring rain.

Wednesday, 7/3, we spent exploring St. Louis, the Arch, and the Arch museum. Lunch was at our hotel bar, with our favorite St. Louis bartender, Kimberly - with lots of pictures ...

Marengo Cave

A travel blog entry by eddieandwendy on Jun 09, 2013

10 photos

... Awesome, magnificent and more!!
On Sept 6th, 1883, two school children entered a small opening in the bottom of a large sinkhole. The kids (15year old girl and her 11 year old brother) thought they had found diamonds because of the sparkling limestone formations. Their discovery has fascinated visitors to this day. Designated a US National Landmark in ...