Extended Stay America - Lexington - Tates Creek
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... it we are sorry because it was amazing!). We both agreed that last night was the most comfortable either of us has been sleeping in Charlotte so our modifications were a success!
Now on to Lafayette to meet Amanda for lunch before heading to Chicago.
... members serving in the Confederate army she was accused by some of
treason and disloyalty while in the White House. She also suffered the death of
three of her four sons as well as her husband’s assassination, suffered from
depression and migraines and was likely bi-polar, and was committed to a mental
institution for some times during the 1870s. That was all news to me – you don’t
typically learn much about first ...
... in oak barrels. In addition to a large scale tasting room after the tour, Buffalo Trace has a huge gift shop of bourbon-infused edibles ranging from salsas to sauces to desserts. I spent some serious money on booze-oriented gifts!
Woodford Reserve is on a smaller scale out in the countryside among the Bluegrass horse farms and has a very upscale visitor center and tasting room. And the free samples after the tour are even topped off with a bourbon-flavored ...
for Kentucky’s status as a border state during the Civil war, the capitol
building has statues of both Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis.
I guess I got lucky since the Governor’s Mansion was open
for tours during my morning on Kentucky’s Capitol Hill. Among the line of pictures
of Kentucky’s first ladies in a corridor is that of Phyllis George, a former
... sup>th century. They believed in communal living, strong spirituality of religious experience, and some degree of isolation from the rest of society in their own communities. They also practiced celibacy, a major contributing factor to their dying out as a group. Anyway, they were also known for their advanced farming practices, and simple but high quality craftsmanship which make their ...