Hampton Inn Lebanon

Address: 1125 Loretto Road, Lebanon, Kentucky, 40033, United States | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on 1125 Loretto Road, Lebanon.
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4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Lebanon

Game Day

A travel blog entry by hudcrocam on Nov 28, 2014

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Needed to work off some food and drink so we took boys on walk to Harvard! Walked about 8 km around Boston. A beautiful and lovely city. Our tour included a visit to the Bell In Hand tavern.. The oldest pub in The States! Sent the boys to pick up the rental van and ...

My Old Kentucky Home

A travel blog entry by minnieandme on Oct 10, 2014

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I had planned to spend some time in Bristol VA/TN (Bristol sits right on the state line) going through the Museum of the Birthplace of Country Music. This is where Jimmy Rodgers and The Carter Family auditioned and got their start on the road to fame. However, I got there too early and I could see the weather was going to be nasty again, so I moved on.

I had also hoped to go through the Cumberland Gap, the historic wagon train pass through the ...

Jim...hiccup....Beam Distillery

A travel blog entry by lastrick on Sep 19, 2014

... This is the oldest, built in 1933, just after the repeal of Prohibition. Beam family lore holds that they were in such a rush to get whiskey aging the moment it was once again legal, that barrels were ...

Myrtledene Plantation in Lebanon, Ky

A travel blog entry by lisaboyce64 on May 25, 2014

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History of the Manor:
Used by Confederate Gen. John Hunt Morgan as his headquarters during his raids on ...

Jealousy and Fearmongering...

A travel blog entry by jenniferwhite on May 26, 2013

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... to stay warm. I went to my office and called my friend Julie, who happened to be pulling into the parking lot, and asked if there was someplace I could call to get him help. Her response was something about you are a tiny woman, in an empty building, on a half-deserted campus, with a homeless giant 10 feet away, “You call Public Safety, Jennifer!” It never occurred to me that I might be in danger. So, yeah, I guess I might be a little na´ve. Still, ...