Old Talbott Tavern
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... reached Charleston WV. it was 23C. We went to Cabela’s to look around, it is such an interesting place but if you are a hunter or fisherman it’s like going to heaven.
We thought we would take the car and drive down the road to Walmart. When we tried to move the car it would not go into gear, called Ford they thought it had to do with the update on the transmission I had done in Meteghan a couple of days before we left NS. So the car stayed on ...
... big muscular dogs running loose are happier to keep licking their nuts than pay me any attention. It is the tiny dogs that most often act like they are tripping on bath salts. There are 4 main types of aggressive dogs: 1) those that just like to make noise but will never cross the invisible forcefield of their property line, 2) those that will come into the street but don't get too close, 3) those that will try to impede your path but won't touch you, and 4) ...
With Declan in the pilot seat we continued our trip South. I like the South the people are nicer maybe not quite as bright but definitely a lot friendlier. Further South and Fall isn't here yet, I presume the trees in Kentucky loose their leaves... Well apart from Hay Burners and Blue Grass Kentucky is the all about Bourbons. The oldest is Buffalo Trace or so they say.. At least it's not a public listed company owned by someone in ...
Still on our way to Nashvegas!!! Made some pit stops along the way in Ohio for gas and restrooms!! We saw the Cinncinatti Reds and Cinncinati Bengals stadiums along the way!! Stopped in Northern Kentucky for some lunch at Firehouse Subs!!!! Got back on the highway heading south towards Nashville and saw signs for the Jim Beam distillery so of course we had to go!! Should be in Nashville around ...
... It really is a beautiful town. One main street lined with boutique stores, cafes, and a gorgeous old church at the end.
We happen to be there for the town's historical day, where people were dressed in 18th century clothing - top hats and tails, hoop skirts, lace gloves and bonnets. Felt like we'd gone back in time.
After Bardstown we drove to Clermont, home of Jim Beam bourbon. Kentucky's bourbon whisky gained ...