Comfort Suites - Georgetown
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The reservation process went smoothly over the mobile phone and check-in was fast. The room was perfect - clean, quiet and all the features. Breakfast was great in the morning. All in all quite satisfactory.
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Here's a quick synopsis of the day.....
7:00 am Left Raven Croft Terrace, The Villages, Florida
9:30 am entered Georgia
1:30 pm through downtown Atlanta
3:00 pm entered Tennessee
5:30 pm entered Kentucky
7:00 pm passed Berea, Kentucky
7:45 pm stopped in Georgetown, Kentucky
Yes, that's brief and that's not …
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The highlights of my day in Lexington were two tours of
historic homes, first of Ashlawn, the estate of Henry Clay and later on of Mary
Todd Lincoln’s childhood home near downtown. More than tours of impressive
houses, though, they were essentially two hour-long history lessons.
I must have learned about Henry Clay in my AP American
History class in 10th grade but remembered very little about him.