Hampton Inn Louisville Airport
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Day 4 started with phone alarm at 6 am, veggie mite on toast and good brew started the day that was reminiscent of chilly uk. Packed up and ready to go for 7.30am the long drive approx 4 hours awaits. iPod playlists with southern feel, van games, snoring and excitement grace us on the road down to Louisville for baseball game. We stopped for lunch around 12pm at place called Devou in Kentucky, the view can only be describe ...
Another early rise today 6.00am wake up but with all honestly I am not getting much sleep I am just to excited for each day that approaches purely running of adrenaline :) With a mammoth 325 mile drive ahead of us it was a quick shower and breakfast, pack camp up and load the van and hit the freeway for another fun packed day of adventures in Louisville birthplace of the good old KFC. After a fair few hours it was time for some dinner, ...
... guys getting completely into it, in fact Lady A kept taking out their ear pieces to soak up the noise. It really started, going off from the support act, Billy Currington, who seems to be a star on the rise here with 8 number ones already and is getting a heap of airplay on the country channels we're getting into whilst driving! We met a lovely couple, Vicki and Jeff from Columbia, Kentucky. They are Long Horn Cattle Farmers and the salt of the earth! After a Long chat at breakfast ...
... This morning's ride was slowed by milder versions of the same stuff. With everything soaked I opted for a hotel for tonight for rest and to dry out. Two days ago I was paused outside of Owensboro KY when a passing driver invited me for dinner with his family. He is a runner with curiosity about touring. I was treated to a very nice dinner of venison/ turkey meat loaf, kale chips and ...
... to New York City’s Highline Canal. It’s a great walk
and addition to the urban fabric connecting Louisville and Jeffersonville. It
was a warm humid afternoon, so naturally we had to stop for a beer at The Red
Yeti Brewing Company in downtown Jeffersonville. Their crisp clear tart pear
cider was perfect for a warm day.
Like most American cities, Louisville appears to be
experiencing somewhat ...