Holiday Inn Express Bowling Green
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... I didn’t feel like cattle being herded and we were able freely ask questions. If you can only do one tour go to Diamond Caverns. It is privately owned and the 2nd largest privately owned cavern in the US. Three couples, all geologists bought it in 1999.
After the tour we came back and had a late lunch. We read for a while and then just as I was getting up to get ready to go out to eat Trent called ...
... go for a walk when it started raining again. Probably just as well as my legs (thighs) are so very sore it’s difficult to get up and moving. I can’t imagine why they are so sore but man, they are.
Going to get ready for bed now and hopefully stay awake to watch the 3rd installment of A.D. Don’t know if I’ll make it or not as I am still on EST! ...
It was difficult to see around us and the path was narrow so I had to watch where I was walking so as not to stumble. A lot of the time there were rails to hold onto but I was reluctant to use them. I eventually did and discovered that for the most part they were wet from the dripping ceiling so hopefully that washed the germs away. The cave was fascinating. It is the longest cave in the country and the stone is limestone. As ...
... to the café, archives and store. After you enter the museum section they have displays of 4 concept cars, race cars, the cars in the filling station display and other donated cars each with in informational card. Of course the big draw was the sink hole.
In wondering if the sink hole brought all the people that were here today I found the following on the museum website: Thomas shared with the Board some numbers – including a ...
... of pigs and wild turkeys – this is a city that embraces its pioneer past.
Asheville seems to have a hipster vibe – obvious after only 45 minutes of walking around. There are a lot of art studios, gift shops and restaurants. (There's also the requisite number of folks walking around with dreadlocks and freaky piercings.) I was there about 20 years ago and it was pretty rough downtown, so it’s exciting to see how well ...