Days Inn Berea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... coal country and rugged "hollers" in eastern Kentucky. Central Kentucky is also the first part of the U.S. west of the Appalachians to be settled by Europeans from the East Coast, so there’s quite a lot of history and some attractive town centers.
The Shakers were a religious sect that branched off from the Quakers in the 18th century and expanded in the U.S. in the ...
Long day of driving - 442 miles, about 7.5 hours.
We stay at this park usually on our way back home. It's comfortable, easy access, and good hookups. It is connected with a company that brings in live country entertainers throughout the year. We keep hoping we will be there when something is scheduled but have missed it so far.
Good nights sleep then on the road ...
... as if the landscape is banding together to withstand the monumental heat in a show of solidarity. I really can't describe it, the emptiness and life at the same time. Needless to say, the desert here is incredibly beautiful and the profound impact it has on you is difficult to put into words. Perhaps part of it is the juxtaposition with the business of our own lives, where everything here is still and silent. Hard to say. We were pretty careful with our car. There ...
... restored 44-room Italianate mansion built in 1799 and remodeled/expanded in the 1860's. White Hall was home to Cassius Marcellus Clay who was quite controversial as he believed in emancipation of slaves - providing freedom to slaves slowly and carefully. He was a newspaper publisher, friend to Abraham Lincoln, and U.S. Minister to Russia for 10 years. We also learned he was quick-tempered and ...
Just 10 miles north of Lexington, the Kentucky Horse Park is dedicated to showcasing the region's long equine history and highlighting the multiple horse breeds within the state. The complex is huge and really well done. I started with a horse-drawn (black Clydesdales) trolley ride around the grounds. The Hall of Champions presentation gave us an introduction to three retired champions, including Kentucky Derby winner Go for Gin, and horse racing in general. A walk down the ...