Country Hearth Inn - Bowling Green
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Was an ok motel chosen more for location than comfort.
Breakfast wasn't much to speak of
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Was on my way down to Nashville and had planned to stop in Louisville, but met a nice old man who told me the Corvette museum was at the side of the highway so that was better than riding into the city.
Now this museum had a little problem a few years ago, I remember seeing it on TV, where a huge sink hole opened up in the middle of the place. …
... on the way to Nashville. We are planning to go tomorrow to have a look. Funnily enough our hotel is right next door to the museum and there are corvettes in the car park. We were wondering if corvette owners make a pilgrimage to see it. It also looks like there is a corvette factory next door too. We went for a bite to eat at "Olive Garden" (I had seen the ads in Cayman and always wanted to eat there) and we had a belly full. The interesting thing is that there was a ...
... of animals, including more than a million plus described species. Non the less, they are still bugs! Then we saw the display of hundreds of butterflies, some radiant in color, others dull. They ran the gammut of tiny to the size of a dinner plate. However, unless they live pinned to a background in a glass case, they definitely weren't in their natural habitat. All in all, it was another nice day on ...
... cave levels are the youngest and wettest. It is here that the cave continues to form. Currently there are 405 miles of explored passages, making this the largest cave system in the world. There is archaeological evidence dating back 5,000 – 4,500 years that American Indians explored the Cave; the first known commercial tours of the Cave began in 1816.
The tour started with a ten minute ride in a green school bus to a sinkhole containing the ...
... DAY TRIP: 45 minutes North of Nashville one way, in Bowling Green
Tony and I was URBAN Hiking in Bowling Green a few weeks ago ...