Hampton Inn Bardstown
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... the mountains in Tennessee, looking down into the gaps and hollows where the red rock escarpments are visible, but there were no pullouts or viewpoints along the way.
Kentucky, at least in the east, is still very much mountainous, not in the sense of the Rockies, but mountains just the same. It did open up as I continued westward but the terrain was still very hilly and wooded. I should have stopped long before I did but I had a destination in mind. I ...
Left Mount Vernon today around 3:00 PM for our 6 weeks adventure. Had dinner at Montgomery Inn near Cincinnati which is a great way to start a vacation! Drove as far as Elizabethtown KY and stayed in a Best Western Hotel. (295 mi.) We knew we were in Kentucky the minute the hotel ...
... centre. It really is a beautiful town. One main street lined with boutique stores, cafes, and a gorgeous old church at the end.
We happen to be there for the town's historical day, where people were dressed in 18th century clothing. Top hats and tails, hoop skirts, lace gloves and bonnets. Felt like we'd gone back in time.
After Bardstown we drove to Clermont, home of Jim Beam bourbon. Kentucky's ...
Hi Ciaran, I was really excited and surprised to learn more about Elizabethtown, Kentucky. It's not a big town, but it is the birthplace of one of the United States' most honored Presidents, Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln (sometimes called "Honest Abe") spent most of his life in the state of Illinois, so I did not know that he was born in Kentucky until I studied for our map blog! He was a country boy who was born in a one-room log cabin, but he grew up to be one of our country's ...
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Myrtledene has been designated a Kentucky Landmark by the Kentucky Heritage Committee.