Mammoth Cave Hotel

Address: Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, Kentucky, 42259-0027, United States | 1 star hotel
 
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This 1 star hotel, located on Mammoth Cave National Park, Mammoth Cave National Park, is near Tall Man's Misery and Echo River.
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          Travel Blogs from Mammoth Cave National Park

          Day 17: Back on the road plus fatality

          A travel blog entry by doug.jamieson on Oct 11, 2015

          6 photos

          ... Fedex distribution centers. He has been married 4 times, though twice to the same woman, and we were chatting about whether he would marry his girlfriend. She is younger than him and divorced only once, but with 4 children. They met on Zoosk, which means the tv ads must work. Billy has 2 teenage sons of his own with the double divorced ex that he only gets to see a few times a year. He also told me about the time he went to jail. He walked in on either the sister ...

          Bowling Green, Kentucky

          A travel blog entry by nbarber on Oct 06, 2015

          7 photos

          ... on the table. The waitress took care of us, so we never had to push buttons to order food, but if we were quick enough, I'm sure we could have just ordered on the screen. There were games, so of course, we played a game on it, ate our meal and then could pay on it and it print out a receipt. Very clever! I guess it's convenient. What's interesting is that I notice how we are often handed our bill during the meal rather than at the end. I was finishing-off my pasta and ...

          Caves and Cars

          A travel blog entry by eskimo on Sep 28, 2015

          4 comments, 27 photos

          ... cave levels are the youngest and wettest. It is here that the cave continues to form. Currently there are 405 miles of explored passages, making this the largest cave system in the world. There is archaeological evidence dating back 5,000 – 4,500 years that American Indians explored the Cave; the first known commercial tours of the Cave began in 1816.

          The tour started with a ten minute ride in a green school bus to a sinkhole containing the ...

          A Grand Ole Day!

          A travel blog entry by healsby on Mar 18, 2014

          14 photos

          ... us important cultural questions, such as: “Do you guys know One Direction? “Do you guys have Primark?” “Do you guys drink tea?” “Do you guys say ‘ello!’” You get the picture…. The guide we were with did a great job in describing the use of the cave, from being a salt-peter mine, which helped to produce gunpowder and therefore allowed the US to win the war with ‘Mother England’ (“Sorry to ...

          2nd National Park

          A travel blog entry by tampagrampa on Nov 06, 2012

          1 comment, 14 photos

          ... so we could experience total darkness. Cool! Most of the cave system was dimly lit at best, so the pictures may not be great, but I am enclosing the best ones. And for you trivia buffs, the caves were a major source of saltpeter for making gunpowder during the War of 1812. ...