Extended Stay America - Lexington - Nicholasville Road
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- Pets allowed
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... thro the city - 70MPH - changes to 55 - 2:10 - a snap and very interesting. Huge variety of architecture in this big City. Overall, it's a tired looking place but it's a great diversion to straight highway driving. Cross the huge Ohio River throughout the City. In the middle of the City you cross into another State - Kentucky. That must be a bit of a nightmare at times. 3:20 - Lexington - "Heart of Horse Country". Man-O-War is buried here - he ...
... 10 hours (for no discernible reason, but the whole area was out). We got everything settled for the house-sitter, and then left about noon.
The drive took just about 8 hours exactly--that included a stop for a geocache (153 days and counting), a bathroom stop, a stop for gasoline (and a second geocache--this one in WV), and a stop for dinner. Not ...
20 years later and finally make it back to Kentucky!! Even though the last time I saw my family here I was 8 years old, It seems like everyone is just the way I remember them. It's amazingly comforting. We stopped on Lovers Lane to see my meme. I've always loved that she lived on Lovers Lane in Paris, KY. Jackie was there, Angie came by with her kids.. those 2 are like Tara, Heather and myself when we're together. Talked to pepe on the phone, but wasn't able ...
... thorough tour of the whole process. The distillery is massive and there are a lot of steps that go into making bourbon. I have forgotten a lot of it already but it was an interesting experience. The whole place smelled of yeast and alcohol so I couldn’t tell if it smelled disgusting or delicious. Haha! A fun fact I learned is that to be considered bourbon it has to be aged in a barrel that has never been used before so all the barrels are one ...
We were making our way towards Lexington Kentucky to do some bourbon drinking but it was still a little too far away to do in a single drive. We spent the day driving through the winding roads of the Appalachian Mountains. When we entered Kentucky I was surprised at how foresty it was. The roads were incredibly windy and Chris had to be careful for the sharp turns. There are a lot of Pick-up trucks in this part ...