Drury Inn & Suites Louisville
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Day 4 started with phone alarm at 6 am, veggie mite on toast and good brew started the day that was reminiscent of chilly uk. Packed up and ready to go for 7.30am the long drive approx 4 hours awaits. iPod playlists with southern feel, van games, snoring and excitement grace us on the road down to Louisville for baseball game. We stopped for lunch around 12pm at place called Devou in Kentucky, the view can only be describe ...
Another early rise today 6.00am wake up but with all honestly I am not getting much sleep I am just to excited for each day that approaches purely running of adrenaline :) With a mammoth 325 mile drive ahead of us it was a quick shower and breakfast, pack camp up and load the van and hit the freeway for another fun packed day of adventures in Louisville birthplace of the good old KFC. After a fair few hours it was time for some dinner, ...
... up with a bunch of homemade traditional moonshine!! We've so far tried couple of varieties and it's FAB, we plan to get into the real stuff before hitting the Honky Tonk's in Nashville!! The next day we thought we'd practice driving before we had to get out on the highway and we made it to Jefferson County where we found some shops! Only confusing part of driving is the car parks as people seem to drive all over and there are no lines as roads!! Next stop home of the King, Memphis ...
... Even nicer was a chance to talk with him, meet his wife and three young triplets. His two days older children were out for the evening. Ed has parted from the ride to begin to find transportation back to Oregon so I am riding solo now. Tomorrow morning I pick up a package of maps at the post office to guide me. The basic route is now up through Indiana and Ohio to Lake Erie. After that is ...
Louisville is a historic city on the Ohio River that gets a
few minutes of fame every year in May when it hosts the Kentucky Derby horse
race. I know nothing about horse racing, don’t watch TV, and never gamble at
all, so the Derby isn’t of particular interest to me. I don’t object to drinking
mint juleps when I have the chance, though. But the Derby takes place in
Louisville, so I figured ...