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TravelPod Member ReviewsBreckinridge Inn Louisville
Found hotel through voucher book collected at Welcome Centre. Lovely old hotel with big room with King bed. Bathroom small but adequate. Hotel set on large block with big trees with their autumn colours. Near main road but no noise inside the room. We are around the back and the windows is partially double glazed. breakfast limited - biscuits and gravy or cold hard boiled eggs, toast with jam or ask for peanut butter. I had a back up yoghurt and Wes used the left over tomato.
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Cloudy cold day when we set off this morning. It was only 46 F at 10.00. Took two shops to get our lunch supplies. The first Kroger we visited did not have any loose bread rolls. We were told of another one further down the road that might have some. No bread rolls but we were able to buy a small fancy multi-grain loaf which was enough for our …
... 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).
... tours we have been on. A mini-bus that seats 16 picks you up at your hotel, takes you to various sights in Louisville and the surrounding areas, and feeds you little samples of local treats. What fun!
We spent a very enjoyable afternoon with a bus full of fellow tourists, many of whom were running the same race I was (on Saturday). After the bus was full, we went immediately across the Ohio River and into Indiana. Our first stop was a 124-year-old ...
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 ...