Baymont Inn & Suites Evansville East
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... we spent a good few hours learning about and listening to the Celtic flavoured tunes. The Museum incorporates the IBMA Bluegrass Hall of Fame. Following a light lunch break the Science and History Museum was next. Exhibits included a history of the area, motor car displays and a trip inside a coal mine which unfortunately did not coincide with our timing.
The Museum of Fine Art’s fifteen galleries contained many fascinating exhibits from Degas and ...
Mostly a travel day today ending in Owensboro, KY Lots of time in the car but with good company.... And an onboard DVD player the drive was a pleasant one. Tomorrow we get deeper into the South and our days get busier for awhile. Stay tuned for our update after we visit the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Johnny Cash museum and the Stones River National Battlefield.
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Henderson is your cute, quintessential small town. While they host this wonderful free music festival every year, it appears that the town is more concerned with sticking to their morals and routine than making much money. When I went to find a cup of coffee in the little downtown, the only coffee shop was closed on weekends...even on a weekend that brings in 15,000 people. And ...
We left Malone State Park, regretfully since it was ideal, but headed for Mammoth Cave National Park, even though we had to backtrack East. Man, the Kentucky roads are stinkin' NARROW, no shoulder, and are often slopped the wrong way, so it scares the heck out of you on occasion. Passing a truck or wide vehicle is a nail biter.
Anyway, got to Mammoth Cave, and a tour was just leaving so I jumped on that, but the ...
... on that was followed by 9 and 11 % climbs that made the day longer than usual. We ended the day with a happy hour at a small resort where we were entertained by a Lincoln impressionist who gave us his view of Lincoln's. Life. Fun was had by ...