Barren River Lake Resort Lodge and Cottages
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- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
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... on the table. The waitress took care of us, so we never had to push buttons to order food, but if we were quick enough, I'm sure we could have just ordered on the screen. There were games, so of course, we played a game on it, ate our meal and then could pay on it and it print out a receipt. Very clever! I guess it's convenient. What's interesting is that I notice how we are often handed our bill during the meal rather than at the end. I was finishing-off my pasta and ...
... of animals, including more than a million plus described species. Non the less, they are still bugs! Then we saw the display of hundreds of butterflies, some radiant in color, others dull. They ran the gammut of tiny to the size of a dinner plate. However, unless they live pinned to a background in a glass case, they definitely weren't in their natural habitat. All in all, it was another nice day on ...
... were grazing at the side of the road. There are many Cave tours to take, but our arrival at the park coincided with that for the 'Domes and Dripstones’. We had time to look around the exhibits and learn a little about the cave system. Mammoth Cave’s development is closely tied to the evolution of the Green River Valley which was in turn shaped by the Ohio River. Around 15 million years’ ago, the Green River eroded through the upper level ...
Continental breakfast for all the vets and spouses, etc. Sitting with Vince's adopted Navy friends of 40 plus years. I am sitting next to a WWII vet who was in Pearl Harbor on December 7th. He was 18 years old and served on one of the USS New Orleans, which was in the naval yard at the time and the ship was hit with lots of shrapnel which was scraped after the war. He was a Pearl Harbor survivor and he is the last on from Kentucky.
Then to the fun center this evening for a ...
... not massive, and we easily found our way down past the train station and towards Broadway. This is like Beale Street in Memphis – a hub for food and music, though this time it was country rather than blues– and we passed many bars with live country music blasting out of the doors, despite being the middle of the day. We poked our heads into one in which the only patrons were a small, old couple, who were slow dancing together to a solitary crooner. It ...