Residence Inn Lexington North
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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 ...
... 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. ...
... 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. ...
... went to high school together. He was purchased for only $22,000 as a yearling (unheard of low price in these circles). Funny Cide went on to win the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness in 2003 and over 3 million dollars. The group of owners were referred to as "ordinary horsemen that took over the sport of kings'. We had a great time here!
... it's all about breeding!
are only 3 major farms with white fences, the rest have black. Some
farms are very fancy and some very modest. The most modest one we went
to was Magdalena Farm where the 2 fastest horses are trained. We got to
walk by their stalls and pet them! Flashy American $5 million and
Rosalind $3 million, I believe. So ...