Hampton Inn Lexington South
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... the edge off we tried a few small plates and had a drink apiece and then were back on the sidewalk with a suggestion to try out Yard House tomorrow for their large selection of micro brews. Before going back to the hotel we walked the circle, watched the peddle pubs, and found a place that has an oyster happy hour tomorrow. About 10pm we were back in the room and soon the child and I were asleep. Caroline is fascinated by cable television and stayed up well past her bed time.
... Frankfort. I loved how the roads were bricked and the houses looked historical. It looked like there were not many upgrades to the architecture. It seemed that Frankfort wanted to hold onto its history. Click on photos to see caption
Took off from Conover maybe 7:15, on the first day of our new Adventure. Beautiful drive through the North Carolina foothills, through Asheville, on through the Great Smokies to Knoxville, then on to Lexington. Had done some research. Woodford Reserve is the "Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby" If it is good enough for American Pharoah, it's good enough for us. Had a really entertaining tour ...
... is a racetrack in Paris and also the site of thoroughbred auctions in June and October. How I would love to see both. It is ranked one of the top three race tracks in the US. We spent an evening for dinner in Lexington. What a happening spot. Lots of restaurants and bars around a few blocks with lots of people enjoying street side dining. Some of their friends play Wizzard every Wed so we were invited to that. A fun card game and of ...
... didn't starch the bra!!! May 3 - Arrived New York and met up with Mal and Gail at the Marriott. All pretty tired after spending the entire day travelling. May 4 - Gail and I did a bit of shopping today at Macey's then met up with Mal for lunch. New York is such a mess there are road works on just about every street and even half of Times Square is ...