Travel Blogs from Louisville, United States

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Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow, Louisville, United States travel blog

Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow

A travel blog entry by john.wallace

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If you like horse racing, bourbon, boxing, baseball or fried chicken then Louisville is your place. I'm pretty ambivalent to them all at the best of times. Apart from baseball, which I figure is the dullest sport on the planet. Home to Louisville slugger ...

Back In the USSA, Louisville, United States travel blog

Back In the USSA

A travel blog entry by ldp

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Well, after a long haul through one of the best parts of the world, I am back home safe and sound.  Anyone have $1500 so I can go back? The last few days of my trip were an excellent cap to a once-in-a-lifetime experience.  My week in Manila ...

Day 37 Louisville Slugger, Louisville, United States travel blog

Day 37 Louisville Slugger

A travel blog entry by antonymgibson

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... At the falls, all the river freight had to be unloaded from its boat, and transferred to new boats upstream of the falls. Louisville hit our itinerary because of its proximity to the bourbon area, but it is well known to most US sporting fans because ...

Louisville Day 4, Louisville, United States travel blog

Louisville Day 4

A travel blog entry by scurrington

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... Dani. Fajitas spicey southern feel went down a treat. Beer and baseball game rounded up day 4. Baseball was a interesting highlight. Louisville bats vs Mudhems the matchup, actual game was slow and boring but the company and mascot entertainment was real ...

Luhvul, Louisville, United States travel blog

Luhvul

A travel blog entry by cattawa87

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... life savings on "The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports," adorn your head with overly large hats, and drink mint juleps. Louisville essentially formed because the location near the Falls of the Ohio River.  Ships would have to stop before reading ...

One ticket to Asiatown, please!, Louisville, United States travel blog

One ticket to Asiatown, please!

A travel blog entry by ldp

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... so far.  After receiving my passport in one piece, my spirits lifted quite a bit.  I made good time to Louisville, my port of embarkation; picked up a great new camera for capturing indescribable moments and sharing them here with you all; and ...

The finest, the fastest, the famous and the best., Louisville Kentucky, United States travel blog

The finest, the fastest, the famous and the best.

A travel blog entry by rlsjhos

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... traditional right angle junction. The track is t visible from the outside but... So that's some of Kentucky's fastest. Grand Ave, Louisville, Kentucky. Named grand but far from it except that once upon time Mohamed Ali lived there. And there as if waiting ...

Plains to Cowfields to Horse Country--Kentucky, Louisville, United States travel blog

Plains to Cowfields to Horse Country--Kentucky

A travel blog entry by lstoneham

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... a boost from the Federal government. We took a carriage ride and had dinner at Spaghetti Warehouse downtown. We were glad to leave Louisville’s confusing roads, traffic, trucks, and aggressive drivers unlike any we have experienced during our ...

Wedding Bells are Ringing, Louisville, United States travel blog

Wedding Bells are Ringing

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

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... Jacqui and I got married on June 3rd, 2006.  Our wedding was nontraditional to say the least. We got married at the Louisville Zoo with an orangutan in the other room.  The wedding guests and us stayed at Colonel Sanders wife's hotel.  The ...

Louisville, KY, Louisville, United States travel blog

Louisville, KY

A travel blog entry by usatour

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A one day stop in Louisville to visit the Louisville Slugger Factory to see how major league baseball bats are ...

An Introduction to Bourbon, Louisville, KY, Louisville, United States travel blog

An Introduction to Bourbon, Louisville, KY

A travel blog entry by traceourtracks

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We headed down the I-65 directly to Louisville, KY which was quite a straightforward drive...after we found our way to the I-65!! So after a 2 hour drive we arrived in downtown Louisville heading to the famous Louisville Slugger museum, where all major ...

Rounding third and heading for home, Louisville, United States travel blog

Rounding third and heading for home

A travel blog entry by grofffam5

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... as mosaics of several players.  We posed for a couple pictures outside beside the world’s largest bat before resuming the long journey home. Highlights Krispy Kreme donuts Louisville Slugger factory tour Dairy Queen Blizzards on the way ...

louisville, Louisville, United States travel blog

louisville

A travel blog entry by usacoasttocoast

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Today we left Buckeye Lake and hit the road to Louisville Kentucky, for us a shorter journey at last, only 250 miles. Sods law ensured we encountered traffic jams around Cincinnatti but eventually made it here about 1500, after the required liquor store ...

Kentucky Drivethru, Louisville, United States travel blog

Kentucky Drivethru

A travel blog entry by ahousey

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... : 443  States: Ohio and Kentucky   University of DaytonR  estaurant: El Rancho Grande ****  Hotel: Courtyard Louisville East  Water Bottles: 8  Movies: Shawn the Sheep  Car issues: Car shakes when braking. (Ok now. ...

Iron Chef: Louisville, Louisville, United States travel blog

Iron Chef: Louisville

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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... good way to bring this fast but fun trip to a close.  Thank you to GE Monogram for hosting me in such grand fashion. Louisville seems to be a fun town.  While I really didn't get to scratch the surface with my limited time here, it left me ...

all done!, Louisville, United States travel blog

all done!

A travel blog entry by cindy_king

Everybody, I added a few entries without sending notice, and finished the story. Thanks for reading. ...

Louisville Slugger Tour, Louisville, United States travel blog

Louisville Slugger Tour

A travel blog entry by lahardee

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We got an early start and arrived in Louisville around 11:30.  We walked around the city for a while, saw the Ohio River and all the great horse sculptures on the street corners.  Our main attraction to Louisville was the Louisville Slugger ...

Fly back to Louisville, Louisville, United States travel blog

Fly back to Louisville

A travel blog entry by big_red_truck

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Meeting the family, Louisville, United States travel blog

Meeting the family

A travel blog entry by a.sinanoglou

I felt like I was watching the clock in 24 today ... 3 o'clock flight ... At 1pm we, mum and I, took the M60 bus across Harlem towards La Guardia. 1:30 we relied the garment bag with my cloths for the wedding was still at home!!! Got a livery cab, ...

Downtown Louisville, Louisville, United States travel blog

Downtown Louisville

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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... thought it would be a good idea to occasionally document some of the interesting food and drink we come across. Unfortunately, the downtown Louisville food mart didn't exactly top the gourmet list, but it did show us a few items we have never come across ...

Louisville - The Arrival, Louisville, United States travel blog

Louisville - The Arrival

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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... it's own bowling alley.  After a few hours watching the games, it was time for some bowling.  As I walked back to my Hotel, I took in the some of Louisville's architecture and statues before flipping through the hotels iPod for a late night ...

Buffalo Trace Distillery, Louisville, United States travel blog

Buffalo Trace Distillery

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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Today we toured the longest running and most distinguished Distillery in Kentucky.  The buildings date back to the mid 1800's and are listed on the National Historical Register.   This is a signature industry worth $313 BILLION Dollars! ...

A Busy Day of Art, History, Food, and Music, Louisville, United States travel blog

A Busy Day of Art, History, Food, and Music

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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... less. After taking in the modern art, I thought I would go for some history.  Several blocks from my hotel is the Louisville Slugger Factory and Museum.  I grew up on the diamond so it was a real treat to see the craftsmanship that was involved ...

Louisville, Louisville, United States travel blog

Louisville

A travel blog entry by mviglianco

 Planning the next leg of my trip. Thinking about Indonesia for two or thee months this Spring and I suppose maybe some of Thailand and/or Cambodia. It's time to start researching.  Update....as soon as I hear back from my friend I was ...

Mint Juleps and Mud Wrestling!, Louisville, United States travel blog

Mint Juleps and Mud Wrestling!

A travel blog entry by jennydavey

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  Well, here's the first real stop! We were pretty excited when we rolled into Louisville! Arrival and Preparation We found the Expo Centre, where the parking for the Derby was, and then decided that we would go find some groceries and maybe a ...

Home Again, Louisville, United States travel blog

Home Again

A travel blog entry by ksdinky

D-day (destination day) arrived. I dropped Karen off at her home in Lexington and drove on to Louisville to return the car in time to avoid another day's rental.  When the mileage was checked at the rental agency, the employee said, "Wow, you put a ...

Day 36 Bourbon Trail, Louisville, United States travel blog

Day 36 Bourbon Trail

A travel blog entry by antonymgibson

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... in its smooth wheat taste, and the Hollywood of distilleries, Woodford Reserve. A very satisfying day. On arrival in Louisville, we had completed 2,400 miles on the road since Washington DC. That's roughly equivalent to driving from Perth to Canberra. ...

countdown, Louisville, United States travel blog

countdown

A travel blog entry by karensheets

just a couple more days until i leave. feels a little like leaving for haiti except much less pressure. i get those feelings of homesickness already, but i know i'll only be gone a month. i feel badly that i am not really prepared. i haven't read a ...

Churchill Downs, Louisville, KY, Louisville, United States travel blog

Churchill Downs, Louisville, KY

A travel blog entry by 10sandy

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Today we toured Churchill Downs (on the only sunny day in three days), and saw the museum and the movie all about the Derby.  It was well done and our tour guide was very knowledgeable on all aspects.  The racing part, we had to imagine, but we ...

A long day..., Louisville, United States travel blog

A long day...

A travel blog entry by chrismyers

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Today was the longest day in terms of "work" during the trip to Louisville.  We bounced between the classroom and the kitchen from 7:30 am til 7:00 pm.  I  made a quick stop at the hotel and headed back to 4th Street Live to see what else I ...

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