Myrtledene Bed and Breakfast

Address: 370 North Spalding Ave., Lebanon, Kentucky, 40033, United States | B&B
 
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This B&B is located on 370 North Spalding Ave., Lebanon.
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      Travel Blogs from Lebanon

      My Old Kentucky Home

      A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 10, 2014

      6 photos

      ... there … and I did. The campground was full so I parked in the rustic camping area (meaning no hookups) and spent the night.

      I realized when I was going through my photos that I took very few photos in Tennessee or Kentucky! I was pushing pretty hard, the weather was awful and I was on very busy roads where there was nowhere to pull over. What can I say except, Sorry! … so I’m including a few from my 2008 trip when we had perfect weather.
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      Day 13: Or So

      A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment, 46 photos

      ... church from the Charlie Daniels song, " and I belong to the Antioch Baptist church and I ain't even got a garage, you can call home and ask my wife." And I didn't get a picture, cause I was driving, and the significance was lost amongst the lack of turn a rounds. Would have been a clear second to Winslow. Tonight we made camp in about ten minutes. We are operating much more smoothly. It is amazing how much better the sticky, humid world here feels after ...

      Pleasant Hill and the Southern Blue Grass Country

      A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 30, 2014

      37 photos

      ... sup>th century. They believed in communal living, strong spirituality of religious experience, and some degree of isolation from the rest of society in their own communities. They also practiced celibacy, a major contributing factor to their dying out as a group. Anyway, they were also known for their advanced farming practices, and simple but high quality craftsmanship which make their ...

      Myrtledene Plantation in Lebanon, Ky

      A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 25, 2014

      10 photos

      ... the Civil War, Myrtledene today offers a slightly more relaxed environment for its guests. The house is completely furnished in antiques and guests are encouraged to make themselves at home. A large yard with gardens, fish pond and sings is ideal for couples on a romantic retreat, readers looking for a peaceful spot of children who need a safe place to play. Myrtledene has been designated a Kentucky landmark by the Kentucky Heritage Committee.

      Love and Baggage

      A travel blog entry by cheyenneus on Jan 04, 2012

      4 comments

      ... s sad that I had to leave right when we were back in each other's lives. You my friend are fun. I love you.

      Beth Roop - so much water under our bridge. You are the best and worst friend I've ever had and I will always love you.

      Amber Michaelson - the angriest person I've ever met, with the softest heart. I understand you and I still love you.

      Bev Anderson - we aren't close anymore, but I think I had more fun with you than anyone else in my ...