Scott Station Inn Bed and Breakfast
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- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
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Today, our second day of our travel across America, we stopped in Kentucky. Kentucky is also known as the " Bluegrass State." Kentucky is known for breeding horses, tobacco farms, fine bourbon, and the Kentucky Derby. We stopped in the Capital ...
... distillery, started in 1812. Steve, our Guide, was VERY passionate about his bourbon. In the storage area, we shared the "Angels Chair". The aroma of thousands of barrels of Bourbon in various stages of aging is quite amazing. Then, the tasting, followed by the mandatory stop in the gift shop to purchase a bottle (and some Bourbon Balls). NIce day. Texas Roadhouse next door to hotel. All good.
... didn't starch the bra!!! May 3 - Arrived New York and met up with Mal and Gail at the Marriott. All pretty tired after spending the entire day travelling. May 4 - Gail and I did a bit of shopping today at Macey's then met up with Mal for lunch. New York is such a mess there are road works on just about every street and even half of Times Square is ...
Apr 30 - Visited a training facility then to another beautiful Adena Springs stud farm. The properties here are really beautiful big iron gates with long drive to the main house which is typical of Southern mansion style. Spent a couple of hours at the Thoroughbred museum but you would need half a day to see it all. May 1. - We dressed up for The Oaks today, great weather but very ...
... Derby is held for breakfast in Millionaires Row, similar to dining in the members at Flemington. Not a dress up day just horses doing early morning work In preparation for the Derby and Oaks. Then on to Louisville Slugger museum and factory, they manufacture all the baseball bats producing 2.8 million bats per year. One every 30 seconds. Interesting to watch. Next stop was Buffalo Trace Bourbon Distillery for a tour and tasting. None for ...