Candlewood Suites Paducah
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We were only 4 miles away from the Kentucky Dam wen we stopped for lunch so we decided to take a little detour and visit. It was a nice day, but the smell of dead fish was a bit overwhelming when we walked down to the water. After exploring for a brief time we piled back in the car and headed on our way. ...
... It has been a good time to do some housekeeping, wash clothing , and read some books. We had a problem with our over the air antenna and we didn't have a ladder with us so we went to a local real estate office and were given the name of a handyman. He came out within the hour and we were back in business. The people in this little town of Grand Rivers are incredibly friendly, in fact everyone we have met ...
No trip to the States is complete without a road trip, so we decided to drive from St Louis to Nashville.
We were definitely glad we did otherwise we would have missed views of the Great Plains, Rend Lake, Kentucky Dam and Metropolis, Illinois - home of Superman! The great museum is filled with Superman memorabilia and made a good stop on the way to our next stop and home of our good friend Ashley!!!
... to get from the hotel to the casino we had to walk outside. It was a short walk but it was cold. The valet guy did offer to drive us with the golf cart but we declined.
The valet also gave us a $15 off coupon for the buffet (which he tore out of a brochure in the lobby) Which I'm glad we have because it was not worth the $15 a person. There was not many choices.
The room had a huge soaking tub which was great after a long ...
Started the day on a tour of Carter Cave. There were enough bats flying around that we started calling Clay 'Robin'. The tour ended with seeing a waterfall in the cave. Very Cool. Next stop was Fort Boonesborough. This is the town founded by Daniel Boone. We got to see what life was like for the Kentucky pioneers in 1775. We saw a weaver, a carpenter, and a blacksmith. We also got to watch as they made charcoal. You simply start a fire, then cover it with dirt and ...