Gratz Park Inn

Address: 120 West Second Street, Lexington, Kentucky, 40507, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B, located on 120 West Second Street, Lexington, is near Mary Todd Lincoln House, Rupp Arena, The Kentucky Theater, and Explorium.
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      Kentucky -Paris

      A travel blog entry by explorenovember on Nov 12, 2014

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      ... everything Kentucky soul food consists of. I did get the recipie for Bourbon balls however and cannot wait to make these! Meme's perfected bourbon balls: -Finely chop pecans and cover with a bottle of bourbon, let sit over night -Slowly add powdered sugar until the consistency is not runny or too thick, but just perfect to roll up into small balls -place on parchment paper -using melted dipping chocolate, dip each ball in and set down -chill in the fridge ...

      The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 07, 2014

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      ... only. These barrels then get used by beer makers who have bourbon infused beers (Like at The Town Branch) and by other spirit makers who don’t have such strict one time use rules. It seems like a bit wasteful but in the end the barrels do get used by other people so it’s all recycled. Four roses only has 3 types of bourbon. Their yellow label is a mix of 10 different batches and is used more for mixed drinks as it isn’t as smooth ...

      Small town USA

      A travel blog entry by ktchris on Nov 06, 2014

      We were making our way towards Lexington Kentucky to do some bourbon drinking but it was still a little too far away to do in a single drive. We spent the day driving through the winding roads of the Appalachian Mountains. When we entered Kentucky I was surprised at how foresty it was. The roads were incredibly windy and Chris had to be careful for the sharp turns. There are a lot of Pick-up trucks in this part ...

      Today we drive

      A travel blog entry by garyandcathymck on Oct 27, 2014

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      ... then either, but they will have a warm home! While the guys watched the world series, Dalene and I went out for a last fire in the pit. Smores and stars and dogs. Both kids came out to join us and visit at one time or another. So wonderful to sit and share and enjoy time together. I have truly missed my time with this family. Kids are growing so fast and I'm so proud of how they are growing into ...

      Pretty Kentucky

      A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad on Sep 18, 2014

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      ... challenge among American cities in that it manages an ever growing population through an established Urban Growth Boundary. The boundary maintains the iconic character of the surrounding horse farms and protects the rural area from urban development. Aren't the city planners wise? It's a beautiful countryside!

      We stayed at the Kentucky Horse ...