BEST WESTERN Lexington Conference Center Hotel
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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.
The Travel Ball got broken in. As we take our trip around the world, we're taking the world's beautiful game with us! The challenge: to get at least 50 juggle touches on the ball without it touching the ground. Where will it be next? The top of Lookout Mountain? St. Peter's square? On a train? The travel ball gets marked with the location and the signature of anyone besides the Miller boys who participated. Let the games begin!
... 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
... distillery, started in 1812. Steve, our Guide, was VERY passionate about his bourbon. In the storage area, we shared the "Angels Chair". The aroma of thousands of barrels of Bourbon in various stages of aging is quite amazing. Then, the tasting, followed by the mandatory stop in the gift shop to purchase a bottle (and some Bourbon Balls). NIce day. Texas Roadhouse next door to hotel. All good.
... bloodline. It's a beautiful farm with pristine paddocks and stables. On the tour we got to pet Orb the 2013 Kentucky Derby winner and Front War, who now has a stud fee of 150k! We also toured Woodland Bourbon Distelleries. Fascinating history back to 1825 and through prohibition. Learned that Bourbon is a whiskey but distilled in new charred oak barrels for 6-10 years. Tasted some of the fine nectar! And bought a bottle of the double ...