Drury Inn & Suites Louisville
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Based on my writings it may seem that all I do in Kentucky is fight off rabid dogs, but that is far from the truth. Getting chased by dogs is merely the most unique and exciting part of this trip that I haven't experienced in any of my other travels. Avoiding cows when I rode a motorcycle across India just didn't get the juices flowing like being chased as prey. There are many good dogs in KY. Plenty look at you quietly or just stay asleep. However, several ...
Still on our way to Nashvegas!!! Made some pit stops along the way in Ohio for gas and restrooms!! We saw the Cinncinatti Reds and Cinncinati Bengals stadiums along the way!! Stopped in Northern Kentucky for some lunch at Firehouse Subs!!!! Got back on the highway heading south towards Nashville and saw signs for the Jim Beam distillery so of course we had to go!! Should be in Nashville around ...
... moving along the zip lines and walking across the challenge bridges kept us moving. Plus the two tour guides were pretty cool and entertaining.
We didn't get many pictures as the Mega folks didn't want any cameras brought in since if they dropped they couldn't be retrived and we'd be swinging across mostly dark areas inside. But I did get my I-phone in to snap a few shots, however it was too dark for much exposure. In the end, we conquered the "Mega Cavern".
... wish to go to the Kentucky Derby someday wearing a big hat. Until then, this will do. We didn't want to stay long or do any tours so we went to the gift shop for post cards. Did I mention that the kids write themselves postcards in every state and send them postmarked from that state? Pretty neat getting home to a bunch of postcards to themselves.
We also ate lunch in their Derby cafe which ended up to be really good. Paul had the Kentucky ...
After all that culture, we had to try some Southern Food. I live in Texas but have not spent a significant amount of time in the American South, which explains why today I tried my first Fried Green Tomato. It was tart! Along the way, we also got to try Derby Pie (sorta like a Pecan Pie but with chocolate chips in it), Mint Julep, a Hot Brown (Kentucky sandwich with Mornay Sauce, Turkey, Bacon, and Tomatoes), and Old Granddad - a bourbon ...