Hampton Inn Louisville Airport

Address: 800 Phillips Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, 40209-1330, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel, located in the South Side area of Louisville, is near Kentucky Derby Museum, Churchill Downs, Louisville Zoo, and Kentucky Fair and Exposition Center.
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      Travel Blogs from Louisville

      SIR GWAIN DAY 1

      A travel blog entry by kennethholbert on Nov 11, 2014

      ... me on this day next year. if i cannot then you win the challenge.

      Sir Gwain accepted those terms and took his swing at the knights open neck. the knight's head falls to the floor but the body was still very much alive. the body retrieved his head and spoke, "remember our agreement." then he left.
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      SIR GWAIN DAY 2

      A travel blog entry by kennethholbert on Nov 11, 2014

      ... pleading with Gwain to turn back and not to take on the Knight. Gwain ignored him and kept going. finally they get to a shack then the guide turn around and left Gwain on his own.

      Sir Gwain enters the shack and sees the knight. The knight greets him and asked him if he was ready for the challenge to be complete.
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      Day 2

      A travel blog entry by timably on Nov 11, 2014

      ... Lady Berciloak begged me not to leave, but I'm a knight. I laugh in the face of danger.\

      I made the long trek across the mountainous terrain and ended up finding a green chapel. I heard many loud noises but I was not afraid. The green knight appeared out of nowhere and began taunting me for almost falling over when he hit me with the ax.Our battle has begun.
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      The Battle

      A travel blog entry by zthom on Nov 11, 2014

      I walked up to the Green Knight and the challenge was explained to me and how it was all going to go down. I took a few steps back, dodged a swing from the knight, and with my next swing I connected with the Green Knights head. His head fell to the ground but that ...

      Kentucky

      A travel blog entry by hyoung74 on Oct 19, 2014

      13 photos

      ... to head south towards Louisville. We passed through rural areas, sometimes the fields were wide, then we were back near the river where they were farming the narrow stretch of land between the river and the high cliffs.

      There was also industry - steel mills, power plants using coal again being brought in on barges along the river.

      Saw lots of tobacco growing and hanging to dry in barns with semi open sides. Most of the farms looked very well ...