Hyatt Place Louisville-East
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... had set up huge speakers so that when the runners reached the race track, we heard the sounds of an announcer from a past Derby! Super cool!
Once I finished the race (and yes, it poured rain the entire time), we went for lunch. All in all, a great weekend and a fun race. I'm such a lucky girl to have my coach (Richard) with me for my 8th half marathon. I still can't believe that he's never missed one of my races (7 Marathons and 8 Halfs).
... confectionery called Schimpff's. We tried Bourbon Balls (yes, they are aptly named) and visited the little museum that contained a hundred years' worth of candy-making equipment.
Next, we stopped at a park overlooking the Falls of Ohio. This little park is where Meriwether Lewis met William Clark (younger brother of George Clark) in 1803. Their handshake agreement is depicted in a statue in the park and is generally considered the birthplace of the Lewis and ...
Some suspicious looks as I follow A into the Cosy Quilter force me to retire to the waiting room. What a concept! It is set up for quilters' widowers and orphans: a box in the corner full of children's books and a train set, a comfy couch next to an end table supplied with golf and fishing magazines, and a TV tuned to the sports channel. ...
... Next stop was the Jim Beam Stillhouse. The whole areas smells like bourbon even before you drive on the property. We did a self guided tour and then we got some samples through an automated dispensing machine. You get a credit card that has 2 tastes each and then the machine dispenses the bourbon. All self-serve. They should do this in wineries too!
We made our absolute last stop at ...
... to have a look around. On a Sunday the city looked really nice. There were at least 3 big stadiums in the city. Fortunately for us there were no games on and we could easily find a park so we could walk around the river bank area.
Looked at an old bridge which was designed by Mr Roebling. It was built in 1867 with stone supports and steel suspension for the deck. It was the longest one of its kind when built and after his success with that bridge ...