Holiday Inn Express Lexington-North Georgetown
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- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Screwed up the first entry and sent it to the wrong address! Just testing to see how this entry might appear. Curious if we can use this e-mail interface to make updates when we're not within e-mail range but queue them up for batch transmission. Would like to think this will work. The photo above is just an in-line image to see how it comes through. Let's try this! ...
... 10 hours (for no discernible reason, but the whole area was out). We got everything settled for the house-sitter, and then left about noon.
The drive took just about 8 hours exactly--that included a stop for a geocache (153 days and counting), a bathroom stop, a stop for gasoline (and a second geocache--this one in WV), and a stop for dinner. Not ...
... everything Kentucky soul food consists of. I did get the recipie for Bourbon balls however and cannot wait to make these! Meme's perfected bourbon balls: -Finely chop pecans and cover with a bottle of bourbon, let sit over night -Slowly add powdered sugar until the consistency is not runny or too thick, but just perfect to roll up into small balls -place on parchment paper -using melted dipping chocolate, dip each ball in and set down -chill in the fridge ...
We were only an hour away from Lexington Kentucky and that meant an hour away from bourbon and BBQ. Kentucky is famous for its bourbon and they have something called The Kentucky Bourbon Trail which consists of 8 distilleries in Kentucky that produce large quantity bourbon including Makers Mark, Jim Beam, Wild Turkey, and Four Roses. We started the morning with a workout at the YMCA in town because we knew what the day ahead was filled with! After ...
... country and they seem to feel they have the right of way at all times. It definitely keeps us on our toes! Chris says he isn't a fan of the way Americans drive. Europeans are pushy drivers but they know when they have "lost" and will eventually let you through. They drive fast and pushy but they drive smart too. It seems in America there is more of a “never back down” style where even if the ...