Hampton Inn Jasper
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Leaving Killarney we travelled over the scenic Kerry Mountains into County Cork for our stop at Blarney, famous for it's Stone of Eloquence. We visited Blarney Castle and kissed the Blarney Stone, the castle being magnificent ( my favourite), as for the stone it was kissed before you could say "jack Robertson". After lunch ...
... the resort, we walked into the Casino. It wasn't very busy. But we didn't stay very long - we probably were there for all of 20 minutes, sharing $5 on the nickle slot.
After that we headed over the main dining room in West Baden, Sinclair's. But we found it closed. So we are ate 'alfresco' in the atrium at Ballard's.
We got home about 6:15 pm. A really nice afternoon, and we're both still just too full to even think about ...
Today, we decided to check out the original Santa Claus, IN based on a referral from a local resident. The original town was located a mile or so away from the current town center. The town's church was built in 1880 and a large statue of Santa Claus was commemorated in 1935 and faces east toward the birth place of Jesus. The original post office was also restored to its original form. We tried twice to get into the museum, but found it closed both times, but ...
... hack it – PBS, Create, Bonus, and CW), and there was not a pine tree over us dropping pine cones on us during the day and NIGHT.
After breaking camp and getting set up, we drove over to the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial that is a few miles from where we are staying.
The Memorial consists of a welcome center, a preserved foundation and fireplace hearthstones of the original cabin, a cemetery with a headstone of Nancy ...
On our trip from Louisville to St. Louis a sign on the side of the road enticed us to take a little detour to check out the Marengo Cave. Located in the heart of Indiana's Cave Country
We are in Amish Country and had to pass two of their horse drawn carriages with families dressed in the full Amish clothes, along the way.
So glad we stopped to do the ...