Hampton Inn Frankfort
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... it we are sorry because it was amazing!). We both agreed that last night was the most comfortable either of us has been sleeping in Charlotte so our modifications were a success!
Now on to Lafayette to meet Amanda for lunch before heading to Chicago.
... from their mothers very young so they can attempt to get pregnant again...it's all about breeding!
There are only 3 major farms with white fences, the rest have black. Some farms are very fancy and some very modest. The most modest one we went to was Magdalena Farm where the 2 fastest horses are trained. We got to walk by their stalls and pet them! Flashy American $5 million and Rosalind $3 million, I believe. So cool!!!
... members serving in the Confederate army she was accused by some of
treason and disloyalty while in the White House. She also suffered the death of
three of her four sons as well as her husband’s assassination, suffered from
depression and migraines and was likely bi-polar, and was committed to a mental
institution for some times during the 1870s. That was all news to me – you don’t
typically learn much about first ...
... are met it can be called whiskey but not bourbon. It sounds almost like European Union laws about what can be called what based on where it comes from and exactly how it’s made. Isn’t that "Socialist"?
Buffalo Trace looks like quite a massive industrial enterprise. It looks as though they must make enough to keep an entire state permanently drunk, but the large number of big brick buildings are mostly warehouses for the lengthy storage of ...
... Main Streets
full of businesses like restaurants, bars, coffee shops, and small stores that
I find all around the country on my road trips. It’s true that people may not
go downtown to buy a refrigerator or paint or back-to-school supplies much
anymore, but that hardly means that small town downtowns are all dead or can’t
adapt to the modern reality of suburbanization and automobiles.