Hilton Garden Inn Louisville Northeast
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Yay! A flight without any drama! We boarded and headed on our way to Louisville with no problems. We got in about midnight. It had been snowing and the roads were bad on the way to the hotel. We were going to go to the Louisville Slugger Bat Factory and Museum but with the roads the way they were. It would just depend on what the roads are like in the ...
I had fun today, saw a lot of history which is what I enjoy. I love American History. And it was a beautiful day. The wind was cold though but the sun was out. I'm just glad I didn't have rain because they had it the day before and the day after it was supposed to ...
... The hotel will take us downtown in the shuttle and pick us back up. So I've been wasting all my long overnights there walking to Walmart! That will change after this trip. This is a 32 hour overnight so I have all day tomorrow. I'm renting a car and going exploring. None of the rest of the crew wants to go so I'm going by ...
... dinner? On my first night in Germany, my host parents took me out for dinner in Lünen, a nice little city just south of Werne. Without thinking to, we ended up there for dinner on my last night in Germany as well. This was a place called the Brauhaus Drei Linden, and it was the same spot we had Megan's birthday dinner at the first week. They have amazing schnitzel. But, ...
... was from one of our favorites: The Smokehouse BBQ. Obviously, we could not get enough barbecue on this trip.
Jennie took Denise to a RIPPED fitness class and I proudly hung in there, sweating and huffing to the end. I did sit out one kick-boxing segment because I was afraid I'd run into someone or worse - kick them! I'm a real spastic Magoo at kickboxing.
It was too short a trip, to say the least.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility