Fairfield Inn & Suites Lexington Berea
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... country and they seem to feel they have the right of way at all times. It definitely keeps us on our toes! Chris says he isn't a fan of the way Americans drive. Europeans are pushy drivers but they know when they have "lost" and will eventually let you through. They drive fast and pushy but they drive smart too. It seems in America there is more of a “never back down” style where even if the ...
... decisions and lots of changes for Nathan. So excited to share his journey even from afar. We got to Keeneland to watch the ponies, went to the high school football game that was a blow out, and to band quarter finals. We got to see the band show twice and enjoyed it more each time. Also watched many of the other area bands performance in preparation of KMEA finals next Saturday. It was Youth Sunday ...
... back to the good ol atlas when the electronics failed or somehow got mixed up. We have been lost and found several times, but enjoyed even those drives. There is so much to see in all these old communities. We arrived about 30 minutes before the band returned from their trip to St Louis for a band competition. Surprised both kids that we were there to meet them too. Came back to homemade chicken soup and homemade bread. We have been on the road ...
Today we left Indiana and headed Southeast to Kentucky. It was a bit shorter than the other drives, just over three hours. The trip was quite smooth except for a few wrong turns. We are staying several nights with a Taiwanese couple that live there. 今天我們離 ;開了印第ध 3;納州，往Ĉ 81;南部的肯 ...
... 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 ...