Hampton Inn Lexington South
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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.
... were experienced travelers and well-read, so it was delightful to share an evening with them.
I've met such nice people on this trip: all very different, but all possessing a curiosity about the world and the people in it. My accommodations have ranged from a futon in the living room to my own beautifully appointed bedroom. My hosts have been equally diverse: young men in their 20s to women my age. Every one ...
... history classes.
Keeneland Race Course in Lexington is said to be prettier
than Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Horse Park is supposed to be a good
introduction to the famous thoroughbred industry in the area, but those are
outdoor activities, and I was already close to the melting point after walking
around town on a hot day. So it was off to the Cincinnati’s Kentucky ‘burbs to
find an air conditioned motel room.
... Distillery in Frankfort in Franklin County and Woodford Reserve in a rural part of Woodford County. One of the things I learned (or relearned – maybe I knew it for a while after touring Maker’s Mark) is that bourbon is the national distilled spirit of the United States and is unique among distilled spirits in that all aspects of its production from the ingredients it’s made from to the oak barrels it’s stored in are regulated by law. Unless ...
... homes, churches, and a busy
commercial Main Street was a delight to spend a few hours walking around. You
still often hear about the demise of America’s small town Main Streets due to
the growth of suburban strip malls, fast food joints, and bib box retailers. My
impressions from my travels across America is that the death of the small town
has been greatly exaggerated. Frankfort is one example ...