Fairfield Inn Mt. Sterling
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... He moved to America with his Peace Corp bride 21 years ago. He was fascinating to talk to while we were eating delicious ice cream. Anna was especially excited to find an Ale-8-One flavor. Sav also owns and operates a restaurant called Sav’s Grill — which brings us to our next unexpected blessing.
For dinner we decided to cross the street to Sav’s Grill, located kitty-corner from Sav’s Chill. We had perused the ...
... a several hundred acre horse extravaganza. There was the Museum of the Horse, the kiddie barn, the Champion Show, the Horses of the World Show, the trolley pulled by draft horses, and tons of other horse-y things. Some other highlights were the tomb of Man-O-War, seeing a farrier shop, and of course, the pony rides. Mission accomplished.
Third Mission: Kentucky Hot Brown - We had heard many times about the restaurant Windy Corner, ...
Besides ice cream, the one thing the Christensons always fit in on vacation is a trip to a local children’s museum. In Lexington, this means the Explorium. The Explorium is a two level, interactive playground for children of all ages. Being based in the horse capital of the world, one of the largest of the exhibits boasts an equestrian theme. Other features were the Bubble Room, the Homes of the World room, the Kentucky River Waterway, and ...
A highlight of our planning was discovering that the Parkette Diner, a place we’ve long wanted to eat at, was located in none other than Lexington, KY. Once again our culinary guide, Guy Fieri, did not let us down. The Parkette is a drive-in eatery with all the diner favorites, even the kid’s meals arrived in classic cars. This 50 year-old drive-in was the perfect mix of nostalgia ...
... at the front, we were directed to the large sampling table which contained many different types of chocolate. We were encouraged to continue sampling until the tour started.
Ten o’clock on a Wednesday morning meant that it was a Christenson private tour. Cynthia, our guide, taught us about the chocolate making process, and the history of this 50 year old, family owned confectionary. While on the tour, we sampled ...