Extended Stay America - Lexington - Nicholasville Road
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I must say that this was one of the most beautiful campgrounds I have ever been to. We caught an amazing sunset over cave run lake then started a fire and heated up some of the BBQ left over from the wedding and had it with a side of the Asian noodle salad( if any of ...
... history classes.
Keeneland Race Course in Lexington is said to be prettier
than Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Horse Park is supposed to be a good
introduction to the famous thoroughbred industry in the area, but those are
outdoor activities, and I was already close to the melting point after walking
around town on a hot day. So it was off to the Cincinnati’s Kentucky ‘burbs to
find an air conditioned motel room.
Kentucky is known for its output of several products – coal, tobacco, horses, and bourbon. You can guess which one of those is my favorite. Several of the bourbon producers in Kentucky have banded together to create the Kentucky Bourbon Trail for tourism purposes. You need to be careful, though, which distillery you choose to visit; if you make a mistake of visiting one in a dry county (yes, they still have some of those in Kentucky) you'll be able to buy a bottle ...
... beauty queen who was also a sportscaster and newscaster when I was
a teen in the 1980s. I remember being fascinated by the fact that she was also
married to the governor of Kentucky, John Brown. That seemed to make them the
most glamorous family in America. Wow! It’s amazing what impressions you had
during your youth you can still remember so many years later.
Frankfort’s downtown ...
... and furniture expensive collector’s items nowadays.
Pleasant Hill, Kentucky was the most southwesterly Shaker colony and one of the largest. It now functions as a historical village that also provides Bed and Breakfast type accommodation in some of the historic buildings. I’ve been to several Shaker villages in the northeastern U.S., and they all look quite different from most ...