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... that focused on the history of the race. Mei especially enjoyed learning about the race horses especially Secretariet and the display of the winning jockey and horse-California Chrome this year. Being huge fans of the Kentucky Derby, it was great to see Churchill Downs up close. It made us all hungry for Kentucky Derby Pie!! ...
A little lonely drive without Calie and Emily...even though they spent time sleeping, listening to music with headsets or involved with Iphones.....Traveling alone is not fun!!!!
I stopped part way from Salina, KS and booked my 3 1/2 star Marriott hotel using Price Line...I used the "name your price" and ...
... to Nashville. We were going to have us some fried chicken for lunch, take in a few sites and then head to Louisville for the night.
We made it to Nashville around 1pm, found us a great little restaurant, called Hattie B's and ate lunch. The only problem was there was no parking and it started to rain. We finally found a paid parking structure a few blocks away, then Art and Liam went to stand in line. A line that was out the door, in the ...
This was our first time to Louisville, KY...I had visited Cooperstown Hall of Fame years ago when my grandson, AJ played in a prestige baseball tournament in Cooperstown, NY..Since, then, the Louisville, Slugger Museum and Factory have been on my bucket list...Batter Up!!! We toured the factory where world-famous wooden baseball bats are crafted....This is the home for crafting all the baseball bats that are used by the Major League players..Trees are grown and harvested in ...
... almost always has one of the best college basketball teams in the country. There are several semi-professional sports teams in Louisville. One of the most widely used baseball bats, the Louisville Slugger, was designed in the 1880s in Louisville, and the company still makes them today. People can visit the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory to learn about the baseball bat and its use ...
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