Drury Inn Bowling Green
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Jonathan took me for breakfast this morning at "Bob Evans". I have never seen such a big breakfast menu. After studying the breakfast menu for the longest time - I got a three course breakfast: coffee, sausage and eggs and crepes for breakfast pudding. My crepes had blueberries and were stuffed with a vanilla custard. Looked like a good idea on the menu... Once again, we are steered by the weather. We were planning to travel down the east coast, but South Carolina has ...
... once full of life and vibrant in their own domain, reduced to this taxidermy state, but I am always in awe of the large cats, their beauty and strength, evident even in their stuffed display. The Snow Leopard is a gorgeous little cat, the most endangered cat that makes it home in the Himalayans. The bear family was also well represented with the Polar, Kodiak, Brown, Black and Glacier Bears. ...
... mile in length before the terrain around the cave dropped down to meet us at a lower exit point. Buses met the party there for the return to the Park Visitor Centre. A wonderful tour.
Afterwards, and following a recommendation, we drove the short distance to Cave City, although we took a wrong turning at one point. This did give us the sighting of three turkeys along the roadside, before we retraced our route to the correct road. A reminder that ...
... 51, 51, 51); font-family: 'Helvetica Neue', Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 12px; line-height: 16.6200008392334px;">If you are touring the downtown area and desire a more natural setting in which to stretch your legs, head down to the Riverwalk, a multi-use path that takes you past three overlooks of the winding Barren River. Cross the pedestrian bridge on this portion of the Greenways walking and biking trail system ...
We had a trip to the Lost River Cave and Valley today. A short hike through the wooded valley, which was formed by massive cave collapse thousands of years ago, took us to the cave entrance. We then had a short trip on a boat in the cave. There isn't really much to see in the cave, the tour is really all about the history of the cave area, and our guide had a wealth of stories to share.
At the entrance to the cave there used to be a grist mill, but after several ...