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... that focused on the history of the race. Mei especially enjoyed learning about the race horses especially Secretariet and the display of the winning jockey and horse-California Chrome this year. Being huge fans of the Kentucky Derby, it was great to see Churchill Downs up close. It made us all hungry for Kentucky Derby Pie!! ...
... a suite for $52.00...Great steal!!! Dinner at Chilli's nearby and to bed after another long day at the wheel with 676 miles Today I had passed through 5 States that included Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana, and Kentucky..
This time I was staying outside of Louisville from when visiting two weeks ...
... and Art jumped out to take a few pictures. Thank God the rain had stopped. Lined up and down the streets near the Hall of Fame were rows of bars/restaurants with live Country music, and people were having a blast, even at 3:00 in the afternoon. We then drove over to the Parthenon, a full size replica of the real one in Greece. A few greats shots and then off to the Grand Ole Opry. This time, we all got out of the car to stretch our legs a bit, before ...
This was our first time to Louisville, KY...I had visited Cooperstown Hall of Fame years ago when my grandson, AJ played in a prestige baseball tournament in Cooperstown, NY..Since, then, the Louisville, Slugger Museum and Factory have been on my bucket list...Batter Up!!! We toured the factory where world-famous wooden baseball bats are crafted....This is the home for crafting all the baseball bats that are used by the Major League players..Trees are grown and harvested in ...
... Christina then drove us around downtown Louisville and showed us some of the things that we needed to hit up the next day. We got back to her place, turned on a movie, and crashed.
The next day we started by getting a Hot Brown at the Brown Hotel. The Hot Brown is Louisville's signature sandwich (like Philly and a Cheesesteak) and the Brown Hotel was the originator. It is an open faced sandwich, with roasted turkey, monetary ...
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