Hampton Inn Louisville Airport
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... Picnic lunch with city scape back drop was the canvas to the day. We soon headed of again for another hours drive into Louisville, first stop was the Louisville sluggers museum and factory. We stepped out the fan to wall of heat, 32c... Walking though the streets of Louisville towards the museum we were greeted by the worlds biggest baseball bat. Tour of the factor followed. History, woodchip and stats was in the ...
... the hour and Harley's parked up here, there and everywhere. Tea was provided by Dani, Claire and Luke yummy beef fajitas washed down with some margaritas. After tea we headed for the Louisville stadium to see Louisville take on the Mudhems, I must say I think I was on the opponents side as the baseballers were much cuter ha ;) Sat there with a beer in hand and great company was an awesome experience, felt like I was officially in ...
... up with a bunch of homemade traditional moonshine!! We've so far tried couple of varieties and it's FAB, we plan to get into the real stuff before hitting the Honky Tonk's in Nashville!! The next day we thought we'd practice driving before we had to get out on the highway and we made it to Jefferson County where we found some shops! Only confusing part of driving is the car parks as people seem to drive all over and there are no lines as roads!! Next stop home of the King, Memphis ...
So read this morning's Weather Channel forecast after my stormiest night of the trip and before a wet morning ride to Louisville. Little sleep last night after spending most of it in 3 waves of thunderstorms. First is a strong wind, then thunder simultaneous with the lightening and then intense rain that tapers over an hour or two. Sometime during the night my tent pole bag blew away never to ...
houses are gorgeous.
After picking John up at the airport and checking-in to our
motel we went for a walk downtown. John really wanted to walk across the
recently-opened Big-Four pedestrian/Cycling Bridge across the Ohio River to
Jeffersonville, Indiana. The old railroad bridge dates from 1895 and operated
until 1969, essentially abandoned until recently being converted into the