Hampton Inn Danville

100 Montgomery Rd., Danville, Kentucky, 40422, United States | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel is located on 100 Montgomery Rd., Danville.
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    Travel Blogs from Danville

    Biohazard clean up - Vital factors we have to know

    A travel blog entry by jody3bean on Jul 24, 2014

    ... releases fluid that is a bio hazard. Even if someone is in a position to death cleanup on their own, the issue of basic safety and talent to complete the cleanup accurately will come into perform. When decomposition normally takes spot in a system, their can be a range of fluids, for example blood, urine and feces, that seeps within the whole body. This overall body matter can begin to transfer into ground boards, carpeting, ...

    Day 13: Or So

    A travel blog entry by jenn.hess.9 on Jul 14, 2014

    1 comment, 46 photos

    ... shower. We also lit some miniature hot air balloons and sent them away. For those of you who think this is a fire hazard; you couldn't light Kentucky on fire with the devil's blowtorch. By the way, Kentucky is beautiful. I'm pretty sure it is my favorite so far. It looks like the foothills of the Sierras plus a lot of moisture. Absolutely stunning. Tomorrow we will also go to some crazy haunted sanitarium..... It's in Louisville. Out. The Hess & Jaekel ...

    Pleasant Hill and the Southern Blue Grass Country

    A travel blog entry by modernnomad67 on Jun 30, 2014

    37 photos

    ... and furniture expensive collector’s items nowadays.

    Pleasant Hill, Kentucky was the most southwesterly Shaker colony and one of the largest. It now functions as a historical village that also provides Bed and Breakfast type accommodation in some of the historic buildings. I’ve been to several Shaker villages in the northeastern U.S., and they all look quite different from most ...

    Day 5-6

    A travel blog entry by katrina3198 on May 27, 2014

    21 photos

    ... of warnings to carry water and turn down your air con so that you make it through the valley. As it was, we actually passed by a car that was pulling over with steam coming out of the bonnet. After one of my experiences as a learner driver, I can spot a blown head gasket a mile away! Poor guys. Unfortunately we weren't able to stop to help because of the road layout but at least I knew there were a few cars behind us that would be in a position to help. The ...

    Love and Baggage

    A travel blog entry by cheyenneus on Jan 04, 2012


    ... you amaze me, you are such a bright light. I love you.

    To all my nieces and nephews, India, Zep, AJ, Trini, Dylan and Niall - I wish I knew you all better. But I love you all so much. I'd do anything for you, really I would.

    Dad, it's been 25 years since I've seen you and you did a number on me! But I love you. You were the biggest influence on my life, good and bad.

    Cathy Smith - my second mom and friend. Thank you for being you. You have ...