Hampton Inn Kuttawa/Eddyville
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- Continental Breakfast
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Microwave in room
- Outdoor pool
- Refrigerator in room
- Smoking rooms available
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Travel Blogs from Kuttawa
We were only 4 miles away from the Kentucky Dam wen we stopped for lunch so we decided to take a little detour and visit. It was a nice day, but the smell of dead fish was a bit overwhelming when we walked down to the water. After exploring for a brief time we piled back in the car and headed on our way. ...
... planning to spend 3 days but we have been here for 10 days. This is another Corps of Engineers (COE) recreation area and like most of theirs it is on the water. We are on the Canal side of Lake Barkley between the Barkley Dam and the Kentucky Dam and can watch the immense barges float past . When we arrived we heard this strange buzzing noise and wondered what it was. We found out it was cicadas. Nora ...
... yet another lesson learned. NEVER pass up a dump station! Good God almighty, it almost knocked my socks off as we rolled down the road and I decided to use the restroom. Apparently, multiple days of use in the driveway and this weekend was worthy of a dump station. Well, enough about that. Great news, we accomplished what we set out to do. We made it to Lynchberg and the site of JD! It is a beautiful place, very tranquil /zen in that there Holler! Holler ...
Started the day on a tour of Carter Cave. There were enough bats flying around that we started calling Clay 'Robin'. The tour ended with seeing a waterfall in the cave. Very Cool. Next stop was Fort Boonesborough. This is the town founded by Daniel Boone. We got to see what life was like for the Kentucky pioneers in 1775. We saw a weaver, a carpenter, and a blacksmith. We also got to watch as they made charcoal. You simply start a fire, then cover it with dirt and ...
... the men away for a late supper on this Saturday night, but they continued the contest, focusing on the puzzling 5 lbs. of metal instead.
Out came the power tools in the form of drills and grinders and suddenly there was a growing glimmer in all our eyes. Holes were drilled through the plate in an abstract do-or-die last ditch effort to end the long night. Progress was made. Ground was gained, lost, then gained again. I was called in because the chore ...