Hotel Louisville Downtown
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... Next stop was the Jim Beam Stillhouse. The whole areas smells like bourbon even before you drive on the property. We did a self guided tour and then we got some samples through an automated dispensing machine. You get a credit card that has 2 tastes each and then the machine dispenses the bourbon. All self-serve. They should do this in wineries too!
We made our absolute last stop at ...
... Both were very good museums. It was surprising how nice downtown Louisville really is. We were pleasantly surprised. Then on to Costco. We just couldn't stay away from that place for more than 4 days. We went twice while in Michigan!
I don't have pictures yet of the trailer but will get those soon. Our campground in Louisville is a glorified parking lot and its just not photogenic.
So stay posted. ...
... to read each patients eyes, and then the machine selects the best pair of glasses from the computer inventory we built at Crestwood. Did you ever think that your old pair of glasses could end up giving sight to someone in India? Well they can, thanks in part to the Lion's Club and to CBC. Maybe we can meet on Monday night to pack the glasses? ...
Needed to work off some food and drink so we took boys on walk to Harvard! Walked about 8 km around Boston. A beautiful and lovely city. Our tour included a visit to the Bell In Hand tavern.. The oldest pub in The States! Sent the boys to pick up the rental van and ...
... to have a look around. On a Sunday the city looked really nice. There were at least 3 big stadiums in the city. Fortunately for us there were no games on and we could easily find a park so we could walk around the river bank area.
Looked at an old bridge which was designed by Mr Roebling. It was built in 1867 with stone supports and steel suspension for the deck. It was the longest one of its kind when built and after his success with that bridge ...