The Treehouse on Stoner Creek B&B

131 Taylor Ave., Paris, Kentucky, United States | B&B
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This B&B is located on 131 Taylor Ave., Paris.
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    An arena in Kentucky to a kitchen of West Africa

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 29, 2014

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    ... at Chill, and saw several West African items we wanted to try. Between the four of us we ate three bowls of West African fare: Peanut Goat, Peanut Chicken, and Beef Leef. Each was a bowl of rice topped with a stew of sorts. Eating there could quickly become addicting. It was a yummy surprise for our foodie family. Eric especially enjoyed Sav’s third enterprise, homemade habanero hot sauce. Not green, not red, but chocolate in color and hot in ...

    Kentucky is famous for... Horses and Hot Browns

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 28, 2014

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    ... Finding a spot that serves traditional ice cream sundaes seemed out of reach. Although Lexington boasts an over-abundance of self-serve Fro-yo places, this was not what we desired. After a frustrating search, discussion, and a bathroom break, we finally settled on the not so traditional ice cream joint, Denny’s. Each Christenson was able to construct their favorite sundae concoction. We left calling our day, and our Ice Cream Theme, complete. ...

    Explorium & Crematorium

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 27, 2014

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    ... Road to eat Lexington barbecue. J. J. McBrewsters has a selection of homemade BBQ sauces. All tasted wonderful on both the pulled pork and mutton; and Anna seemed to love her bacon mac and cheese.


    Because 75% of the Christensons had never been to a Baskin Robbins, it was nominated as the location for our Ice Cream Theme: “Select your own” Saturday. We each picked a treat that fit our personal tastes and everyone was satisfied. ...

    Lexington’s Lesser Known Secrets

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 26, 2014

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    ... traveled to post war Europe purchasing various ginger ale recipes. Upon returning to the USA he combined these recipes along with his vast soda making knowledge and developed the potent, yet tasty, soda: Ale-8-One. All four Christenson’s can attest Ale-8-One is the best ginger soda on any side of the Mississippi. The tour of this bottling company was fun and interesting even though the line was ...

    Chocolates, Plantation, and Kicks

    A travel blog entry by christenson on Sep 24, 2014

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    ... factory.

    And now the hardest part, what should we purchase? Already semi-comatose with chocolate, we spent another fifteen minutes drooling over the mighty and unique options. Do we choose chocolate covered grapes? Kentucky Bourbon truffles? Chocolate covered potato chips? Pulled creams? Or maybe molded chocolate in our favorite shape? Finally choices were made, Anna chose blocks of solid white chocolate, Macy settled on ...