Days Inn Lexington South
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Today started off as a lazy, at home, day and ended with a few delightful surprises. We spent the morning reading and snacking and lounging. Then came our first pleasant surprise. Our hostess Barb, who is currently fourth in the nation for an event called “Combined Driving,” invited us to ride on her show carriage. She hitched up Night Flyer, gave the girls helmets, and away they went. The pictures posted below are all in her practice arena ...
... the car to make it to church.
First Mission: Church - Our worship experience was different than usual as we purposely chose to attend a mega church (or, as we found out, a baby mega church). We checked the kids in for their KidzPoint church service and then found our way to the auditorium where we were reminded of the need for God’s rest - physically, emotionally, and spiritually. Macy and Anna were reminded of whom our ...
... in the events.
As history buffs, we couldn’t pass up the opportunity to visit the Historic Lexington Cemetery. We saw many interesting monuments, including old family crypts built in to the side of a hill. After looking at hundreds of headstones, Eric decided he wants a simple grave marker.
We took a little R&R at home and then took our supper directions from Guy Fieri once again. We traveled south ...
On a grassy knoll in downtown Lexington lies a section of earth dedicated to the much esteemed thoroughbred horse. Outlined with bronzed plaques paying homage to the famous and wealthy individuals who have owned thoroughbreds, the park is dotted with sculptures of horses perfect for little girls to climb on and have their picture taken. The front of the park displays an impressive marble water feature which teases ...
Boy, is the state of Kentucky pretty! We entered the western part of the state and drove along picturesque route 80 and wound our way to the "Horse Capital of the World", Lexington. The gentle rolling hills with handsome horse farms are everything you hope they'd be. The farms and horses are drop dead gorgeous!
Lexington faced and faces ...